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Andre Veloux: Building Blocks of Change

Andre Veloux: Building Blocks of Change

  British pop artist Andre Veloux expresses social commentary on gender and femininity through the use of a creative medium – Lego bricks. After teaming up with the Krause Gallery in the Lower East Side of New York, they committed to continue working together and will be exhibiting a collection of Veloux’s pieces for the...
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Teenage Crime Wave – Pageantry You Will – Street Crys Filtered – Field Guide Bad Vibes Forever – Psychic Killers Odds – Cold Heart of Space Suzanne – Claire Morales & Gollay The River – Reddening West In the Heavens Meadow – FiRES WERE SHOT  
Gerd Ludwig's "Sleeping Cars" Exhibition at Los Angeles' Fahey/Klein Gallery

Gerd Ludwig’s “Sleeping Cars” Exhibition at Los Angeles’ Fahey/Klein Gallery

  Located in Los Angeles, California, the Fahey/Klein Gallery is dedicated to displaying and selling 20th century and contemporary fine art photography. One of their current exhibitions is Gerd Ludwig’s collection for Sleeping Cars. Ludwig’s series features resting cars at night on the streets of Los Angeles, emphasizing the varying surroundings and the personalities that...
Two Decades in the Making: An Interview With The Veldt

Two Decades in the Making: An Interview With The Veldt

With the recurrent emergence of 90’s shoegaze bands, The Veldt is a band that stands apart from the pack. Formed in the late 80’s, The Veldt combined elements of reverb with soul and funk, creating a sonic pathway that was truly their own. They fast gained notoriety working with the likes of Robin Guthrie and...
Invisible Theatre

Invisible Theatre

Photographer: Tim Gao ( Instagram )    Street photography is not just a sharp triggering of shutter to shape the outside world in the form of light and shadow. It is simultaneously a curious observation and emotional perception of what’s happening in the ordinary streets at any moment when unpredictable dramas and realities are actually...
Land of Milk and Honey

Land of Milk and Honey

Words and Photos: Olivia B Panella ( Instagram )   You seem to be foreign and yet you are my home? We are related, yet my last name is Panella Yes, my fathers. I wear a gold star of David around my neck, and that says to you I am home. The beach, the desert,...
SXSW Music: An Interview with Emily Nokes of Tacocat

SXSW Music: An Interview with Emily Nokes of Tacocat

  Upon listening to Tacocat, you can’t help but dance and groove along to their energetic power pop-punk tunes. Self described as “feminist sci-fi”, Tacocat’s quirky melodies and tongue in cheek feminist lyrics were a breath of fresh air last week at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Vocalist Emily Nokes took a moment to answer some...
Mixtape Monday: That Rare High

Mixtape Monday: That Rare High

  Soft Decay – Morning Smoke Veda – Shrinking Violets Amputee – Erik Blood Red Blood Motorcycle on a Road on Fire – Human Toys Sweet Girl – The Enters Always Lie – Tape Deck Mountain Redhead – Magic Shoppe Dive – VIRGO x Niko Javan  
SXSW Film Reviews: The Master Cleanse and Chevalier

SXSW Film Reviews: The Master Cleanse and Chevalier

The Master Cleanse   Meaninglessly drifting through life, Paul Berger (Johnny Galecki) stumbles across a TV commercial advertising a quiet retreat and the promise of coming out renewed. Despite the sinister sounding release he’s signed, Berger nevertheless is on board with his master cleanse. Joining Paul on his retreat to the middle of the woods...
Nightmare Air Takeover!

Nightmare Air Takeover!

  Arriving in Austin, Texas this week for their stretch of SXSW tour dates, Los Angeles based band Nightmare Air bring no shortage of reverb-laden soundscapes and shimmery vocals to their live performance. Consisting of Dave Dupuis, Swaan Miller and Jimmy Lucido, Nightmare Air have already been on the radars of Filter Magazine, Deli Magazine...
Trevor Sensor Website Takeover!

Trevor Sensor Website Takeover!

  At the very bottom of it, the point of art is to help people feel less alone. In my short time as a performer and songwriter, this is something I’ve constantly attempted to do–but, unfortunately, I can’t truly tell you whether or not I’ve actually succeeded at it. I can only go off of...
Illustrations by Kat Kon

Illustrations by Kat Kon

Artist: Kat Kon Kat Kon is an illustrator originally from Greece and currently based in London. Her greatest inspiration comes from pop and outsider culture. Kon uses mostly fine line marker pens but her work is generally recognized for looking digital because of her precision with bold colors and lines. She recently collaborated with The...

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