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Monthly archive February, 2016
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Bitter Days – River Jones Ideal Man (demo) – The Sister Rays Fight – Otis the Destroyer Pastures – Honey and Salt Pinprick Eyes – Ask For Joy Don’t Let Me Tear Us Apart – Red Comet 3 Phosphorescent Sands – No Mind Lay Low – Surly Gates  
Liaisons Dangereuses

Liaisons Dangereuses

Photography: 240 FOESC (Instagram) Stylist: 240 FOESC / Dara Hamarneh, Gael Pineiro Beiras (Instagram) Set Coordinator: Penelope Amoroso (Instagram) Models: Christa Marie Prats, Camilla Ottaviani Clothes: Stylists’ own                      
Drenched In Love

Drenched In Love

Still Life / Graphics: Vito Marciano’          
The Art of Art-o-Mat

The Art of Art-o-Mat

Bucks County Free Library, Doylestown PA   With the increase of public smoking bans, the use for cigarette vending machines are at an all time low. However, artist Clark Whittington decided to put these metal boxes to good use after noticing a friend had a Pavlovian experience when hearing cellophane crinkle. Upon hearing the opening...
Mixtape Monday: Eat You Alive

Mixtape Monday: Eat You Alive

  Sown – Bleak House Listen Hard – Faux Ferocious Contact – The Prids Mercy – Eric Bachmann Emergency Turn Off – All Natural Lemon & Lime Flavors An Arm’s Reach Away – Presents for Sally Kan Not – En Kernaghan Band Flaxen Hair – Savage Sister  
The Price of a Black Life in America

The Price of a Black Life in America

Photographer/Visual Artist: Ina Lounguine   Ina Lounguine is a Ukrainian visual artist. She was born in 1993 in Odessa. Being the youngest child in a family of social activists and intellectuals, she has been raised with great curiosity and awareness. She graduated the Tavricheskaya Art School of Saint-Petersburg and just recently mastered in Esthetics and...
Lovers

Lovers

Photographer: Marcin Kalinski                
Heavy Times' "Psychic Punk"

Heavy Times’ “Psychic Punk”

  Progress has such negative connotations, the mere idea of it being attached to some band we are stoked for makes us cringe. More often than not “progress” is a term used as a shield by those who value self-gain over integrity when justifying why the album they are now promoting sounds like a desperate...
Mixtape Monday: How Did I Get Here

Mixtape Monday: How Did I Get Here

  Ablaze – School of Seven Bells What If She Is Listening? – Psychiatric Metaphors New Future – Candace Wouldn’t You Rather Know Yourself – Lazy Queen Tanner Buildings – Molly Drag Anything U Want – White Cascade Dissolve – Matt Bartram Interstellar – Swanhoppers  
An Evening with Low at The Parish

An Evening with Low at The Parish

Words by: Trish Connelly Photography: Raphael Umscheid   Despite my belated discovery of Low’s music, their album Things We Lost in the Fire defined a significant portion of my college years. More often than not I’d put “Sunflower” and “Dinosaur Act” on repeat, the soundtrack to my solitary Sunday nights. This past Tuesday, I found...
Valentine's Day the Alternative Way

Valentine’s Day the Alternative Way

  When someone mentions Valentine’s Day, you probably find yourself lost in a daze of cheesy heart-shaped boxes full of toothache-inducing chocolates and The Shining-esque maze of  overpriced red roses everyone seems to poop their pants over. Or you’re thinking of how you’re going to out-do last year’s $200 dinner at Wolfgang Puck’s place (and how the fuck...
Reviews: Singles We're Spinning

Reviews: Singles We’re Spinning

Kane Strang – “Things Are Never Simple”   Kane Strang’s debut album, Blue Cheese, was recorded in solitude in Strang’s hometown of Dunedin, New Zealand while house-sitting for his parents. His second track off his upcoming album, “Things Are Never Simple”, is poppy and animated, complete with bouncy guitar riffs and snapping drum beats. The...

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