Wasted Heroes' Latest Prints Have Dropped

Two new essential looks for a mid-summer refresh, whether in the street or the club
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Wasted Heroes, the UK electronic music influenced streetwear brand, has dropped a couple new designs to give your wardrobe a boost in prime time club season. Known for their 'Vibes' shirt as seen on the mighty Carl Cox, the company has built a reputation for slick designs that perfectly capture the essence of House and Techno. Their Acid 88 design was even used by A Guy Called Gerald's last release. There are so many "rave inspired" clothing brands that are, in all honesty, complete jokes. Clean, simple, and clever designs have been the key to their success, and it's gotten massive support from even people like Martin Gore of Depeche Mode. 

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Their latest collection includes the Disco Psychedelia and Illegal Rave Conservation Act shirts and sweatshirts, which continue the trend mentioned above, but add some rich color to the mix. The navy, burgundy, and olive green would make perfect additions to your monochrome wardrobe. Personally, I dig the white tee and navy jumper of the Disco Psychedelia print. Be sure to visit Wasted Heroes online shop to grab yours.

Kevin Saunderson

Here's me rocking the black Illegal Rave Conservation Act tee while talking to Kevin Saunderson

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