Interview with Dance Party Massacre founder Alex Dakoulas featuring the brand. (full article)
“He admits “coming out” to his brand's fans was a little scary—but it's important for even small businesses to take a stand.” (full article)
Part of their Apocalypse holiday gift guide.
“If there's one thing zombies crave more than brains, it's cool threads. No wait, that's us.”
Their monthly Spend section.
“To me, I related the struggle of where I was going and what I wanted to do in life with characters in horror movies because they’re all about struggle. They’re forced to fight for their life.”
“Fun, imaginative and playful horror tees that riff on rock and roll and monster culture in mildly outrageous ways.”
“Horror and high style artfully combine to create the devilish duds of Dance Party Massacre.”
“The brand combines edgy imagery with campy celebrations of pop culture.”
A look into the studio space where Dance Party Massacre takes place.
Article on MassArt Made, where spotlighted work of MassArt alumni are sold—Including DPM owner Alex Dakoulas
“Combining the cheesy, ketchup gore of '80s teen horror flicks with the collegiate nightlife atmosphere, Dakoulas' line of streetwear has become a favorite among MassArt and Boston Latin students in the area.”
“DPM decided to take things to the next level.”
“Designs are full of energy and humor.”
Highlight of our new season on Thrillist, a spot for the “best new spots to eat, drink and shop in your 'hood each day”.
DPM on the front page Nicky Digital which was named “Best Nightlife Site” by Paper Magazine
Featured event on the release of our latest line at LAB Boston, a local retail store hosting the party.
Front page and top feature on 5 local designers using t-shirts to make a statement.
“If you are looking to get your favorite slasher fan (or yourself) something to die for, Dance Party Massacre is your first stop!”