Music and fashion have never been more hand in hand than they are today—what with musicians collaborating with brands to create clothing and products that promote a certain sound and style. The local musicians from the Logiclub Collective are no strangers to the power of good dressin’, whether it be through lazy loungewear to preppy polos. Homegrown acts BP Valenzuela, CRWN, Kidthrones, Curtismith, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and John Pope give us the low down on a whole new genre: their personal style.
ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
Do you listen to music while you’re getting dressed?
Yes I do! I like listening to Jazz or really punchy rock music. It gets my style to be ‘on point af’. Joke. [Laughs]
What do you usually wear to a gig?
I wear a polo or anything collared. I almost never wear T-shirts on a normal day. I wear loafers or oxfords, and a good pair of jeans to go with the polos.
What song best describes your personal style?
“Oxford Comma” by Vampire Weekend.
What record influenced you to really create music?
I wanna say Is This It (by The Strokes) because it was my first vinyl.
How has music influenced the way you dress?
I guess, in terms of the music I make, very straightforward, very simple. So I guess I just dress simple too. Jeans, T-shirt, sneakers.
What would be a typical outfit for you?
This watch [Points at watch], my black shirt, faded jeans. The watch is a bit special because I bought it in Singapore when my band (She’s Only Sixteen) performed there. We were shopping then I found it. It was one of our first trips out of the country.
Listen to a special Bench Beats playlist by LOGICLUB on the B/BLOG Spotify here: