Spotlight on InTheLeech Clothing

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We recently got blessed with a fashion submission from Houston, Texas. InTheLeech clothing (@intheleech) has just started this year and already shows promise with a growing collection, and a keen focus for the future. We got an interview that you can read below:

  1. When was the company founded and by whom? 

Intheleech has been in production since 2016. The brand was created by the two designer Jordan Lewis & Mailk Thompson.

  1. How Did starting the company come about? 

The brand all started when we were in high school, the brand became able because we just got sick of wearing and seeing all of these basic brands people were wearing around the school. So we just decided to create our own, and ever since then it has taken off.

3 .How many States/Countries have you gotten orders from?

We have gotten order all around, from Cali to North Carolina but we mainly get a lot of our order from home (HOUSTON)

4 .Any back to school specials running? 

We have a lot new stuff coming out for the kids, so they can come back to school looking A1. So stay tone!

  1. Have you worked with alot of Houston based companies from ?

We have a one collaboration out right now with the brand Yves Dre and we’re working on a lot of upcoming project with a lot of Houston brands and designer.

6. Are there any other ventures coming from In The Leech in the future?

We don’t know at the moment but just stay tone on the InTheLeech twitter & Instagram for any new updates.

  1. Are there any more designs you have been working on?

Yes! we can’t really speak on those projects right now that at the moment, but we can tell you that it’s about to be really dope.

  1. What are your plans for In The Leech for the rest of the year? 

  Just a lot of  new dope new pieces with be coming out and a lot of growing.

Be on the look out for more coming from InTheLeech and check out their website HERE.



Audrey McCroskey Photo set with Stay Broke Krew

Dallas photographer Audrey McCroskey (@HeeeyAudge) recently got to hang out with riders from a local group Stay Broke Krew and got some still shots on 35MM film, which cant be easy since these guys were constantly moving the whole time while she had to manually get the shutter ready for each photo, we love the photos though check em out below and let her know what you think.

See Dallas through the lens of Moreese Films

Dallas based photographer Mo AKA Moreese Films (@MoreeseFilms) has a very unique way of capturing his content and does very well working with incorporating people with their environment. His catalog has grown in this past year with photography and even shooting visuals for our local rap talent. Take a lok at some of his work below and contact him to book your next shoot!


Cam Steele drops new remix & gears up for new art showcase

DFW Dj Cam Steele (@Cameron_Steele) has been putting up great numbers with his latest release a personal remix of the track years and years by Shine. Check it out above and be on the look out for his latest installment in the “WAVES” art showcases is this Saturday as well!


Hosted at the Random Art Gallery This will be a great opportunity to network and check out some dope local art and clothing!

Come celebrate Inner Glory Clothing 3 year Anniversary 2/20

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Dallas Based clothing line and previously featured Inner Glory clothing has came a very long way since their launch in 2013. They want the city to come and celebrate the company’s success February 20th at Azure starting at 9PM contact information for tickets is above on the flyer hope to see everyone there!!

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Deep Ellum trumps Uptown for Dallas culture, and here’s why


This past weekend I spent a lot of time in Deep Ellum walking mostly Main and Elm St checking out all the different bars and Restaurants the small nook right outside of downtown has to offer and it dawned on me, that Deep Ellum really is the epitome of Dallas Culture IMO. I see a lot of people that come into town and want to know where they can go for a good time and see what Dallas is “Really” about and uptown is usually the first choice that comes to mind but honestly that’s just the flash of our city. Somewhere you wanna go to see just a bunch of new money and pretty faces,  that’s not what the city is all about. I mean don’t get me wrong I love walking McKinney ave to go to over priced bars and running into everyone I went to high school & college with, but if you want the raw uncut version of Dallas not for the faint of heart, Deep Ellum is where you need to be.



The live music Hub of Dallas with several venues offering all types of music you will see hip hop heads at trees waiting for a show and look across the street and see a bunch of Mohawk haired punk rockers at club dada then go a little bit down the street and see a bunch of ravers getting ready for a DJ set at lizard lounge. The entertainment aspect is amazing and with Bomb factory being such a new hit this year, and other big shows like index fest and Jmblya being there exclusively its hard to say any other place in the city can beat it music wise.


The bar scene is something like I’ve never witnessed, not saying its the nicest because Deep Ellum has some hole in the wall spots, but most diverse by far. I walked into three links saw a pretty good alternative show going on then went to Off The Record and shopped for vinyls while drinking a Jameson and ginger ale. These bars give you a unique experience that a lot of places cant, you can go just anywhere and drink that’s nothing but what makes you go back.


Food wise Deep Ellum has already been nationally recognized at several restaurants, I really can go on for days about each place. Everything you want from mexican at pepe y mitos, to pizza at serious or cane rosso, even BBQ at Pecan lodge. If you are needing a place to eat for date night you have options for days down here.


Aside from entertainment and nightlife, the overall aesthetics is the best. street art at every corner, multiple galleries and shops open to the public you can go there and get lost for the day. I promise if you haven’t taken the time to go and check out what Deep Ellum really has to offer. Do it and tell me its not everything and more as far as Dallas culture.