Trust Me Daddy V we came, we saw…. We left. Last weekend was the two year anniversary of Mystic Stylez, who Hosted Trust Me Daddy V to celebrate. One of the reasons we always end up at these events is because its one of the best ways to get a look at some of the faces of the LGBTQ community in Houston, as well as some of the most unique male and female fashion looks. Along with art installations, runways, and live music, Mystic Stylez events generally cater to Houston’s youthful night shifters and hyper creatives. Its a great neutral space for people of all demographics to get together, laugh, dance, and gain some inspiration from the creative energy that flows throughout the night. Heres a little more info about what went on that night, and of course check out the pics!
Mystic Stylez favorite DJ in the world.
“In this way, Mines’ disruptive approach opened new avenues for visualising and perceiving sound. With this new sonic vocabulary the articulation of crippling anxiety, queer marginalisation and sexual freedom became possible, areas of the emotional spectrum previously untapped by a largely straight white hegemony in electronic music. This trickled down into production methods across the board and manifested in varying permutations on labels like PAN and sublabel CODES, Tri Angle, Halcyon Veil, Staycore and NON.” – Dazed and Confused Magazine
House of KENZO (San Antonio, Halcyon Veil)
The champions of Southern club culture.
“BLEEDING EDGE ART COLLECTIVE RESHAPING WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A CUNT. REALIZE YOUR POTENTIAL – ITS THAT SHIT UP IN YO’ TEMPLE. ” – HoK
Santa Muerte-Music (Houston, MAJÍA)
They are making Houston a driving force for global dance music.
“As Texas duo Santa Muerte continue to make their way up the ranks of global club music, it proves that what they set out to do from day one – harness their strengths as individuals and collaborators – was a moment of providence. The duo’s identity is centered in making decisions together and working to nurture a single aesthetic.” – Remezcla
Brittney Anele‘s 8 Palms