The Dazed 100

Redefining style and youth culture in 2015 and beyond

Dazed 100

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TextTony DonsonPhotographyJess GoughStylingJohn Colver

It’s Lexxi season. In the past few months, South London’s twisted electronic musician – AKA Felix Lee – has featured on the Arena Homme + cover holding a bouquet of blooms, but he’s more comfortable being a thorn in the side of the establishment. “The music, film and fashion industries are irrelevant, truth be told,” he says. “So that’s exciting.” Recently, he’s upset the rhythm at Ryan Trecartin’s Frieze party, been played at Hood by Air’s SS15 NY show, and appeared at Evian Christ’s Trance Party.

How would you sum up what you do in a sentence?

Lexxi: Working on the lifestyle: music and other media.

What's your favourite song of 2014?

Lexxi: Blaze Kidd – “No Lo Siento” (ft. Bladee).

What's the most surprising thing we'd find out if we looked at your phone?

Lexxi: My phone’s got lots of scary pictures – like, a lot of blood. And creepy stalker photos I’ve taken of people from behind. 

What new skill did you learn this year?

Lexxi: How to use CDJs for my night Endless, which until recently was at this club in Brixton. We could book it with no money and go until whenever we wanted. It was always a time-out for everyone I work with. When anyone was touring I would book them to come and DJ: SHANTI, my friend James Ferraro, this artist E+E... It was very messy.

Who should have been at number one on the Dazed 100?

Lexxi: Uli-K. He’s the one.

Twitter: @lexx_xi

Lead image: leather top by Acne Studios; grooming Gary Gill using Wella Professionals

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