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Monthly archive May, 2016
Abstracting

Abstracting

Artist: Joe Gonzalez Born in 1987 in Los Angeles, Joe Gonzalez is a Phoenix based artist known for featuring surreal human forms with an undercurrent of bright natural foliage. His influences include David Shrigley, Alphonse Mucha, Daniel Johnston , Edvard Munch and Henry Joseph Darger. Joe’s artwork has been showcased in many diverse locales. The...
The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me: Part Two

The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me: Part Two

The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me Being A Burnout in the Face Of Consumerism Caleb Dawson, Corey Baum, & Jimmy Wildcat interviewed by Jay Armstrong   Our first interview of this three part series with Caleb Dawson can be found here. Part 2 – Corey Baum I hadn’t initially planned on interviewing Corey...
Mixtape Monday: Tastes Like Clorox

Mixtape Monday: Tastes Like Clorox

Mixtape Monday: Tastes LIke Clorox
The Me You Know is a Reactionary Me: Part One

The Me You Know is a Reactionary Me: Part One

The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me Being A Burnout in the Face Of Consumerism Caleb Dawson, Corey Baum, & Jimmy Wildcat interviewed by Jay Armstrong   Consumerism; the very reason art gets demolished by capitalism, the lake of fire those driven to escape by some form of creation must swim through, where wolves...
Showcase of Schizophrenia

Showcase of Schizophrenia

Artist: Mehmet Demirtaş ( Instagram )            
Wax Idols Takeover!

Wax Idols Takeover!

Photo by Matt Licari   Hether Fortune’s third album American Tragic from her project Wax Idols embraces raw emotional vulnerability with powerful authority in its nine-track glory. Call it post-punk, call it goth, call it synth-pop, no matter how you spin it, Fortune entwines musical threads from a range of genres and influences to create...
Film Review: The Lobster

Film Review: The Lobster

  In a world where fatalism and duty are the ideological approach most subscribe to about relationships it is unbelievable how rarely a film comes along which looks straight at that bleak closed way of thinking and gives us an honest diagnosis of the disease. Yorgos Lanthimos interrogates modern relationships in The Lobster with pointed...
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Nepalimore – Mercury Rocket Loose Ends – Star Parks Swoon – Jay Satellite Dim Interior – Future Museums BAUHAUS – Hyperreals Cruiser – Cleanup The Giving – Matthew Squires Innervisions – UVH  
The Ghost in the Studio

The Ghost in the Studio

Photographer: Raphael Umscheid ( Instagram ) Model:  Kaitlyn Elizabeth Wardrobe Stylist: Kalea Renee Hair and Makeup: Kate Kubala ( Instagram ) Raphael Umscheid is a multimedia artist living in Austin, TX. His interests lie in human interactions with the natural world and the creative drive. His latest focus has been working on music videos.  ...
Bands On Our Radar: Paper Spook

Bands On Our Radar: Paper Spook

  Just like kicking back with your old friend, Berlin-based duo Paper Spook like to indulge in cheap wine, fatty tofu burgers, and lots of terrible guilty pleasure TV shows. The band started playing together in 2015 and have already landed themselves a second EP entitled “Teenage Nightmare”, set to be released both digitally and...
Mixtape Monday: Dive In

Mixtape Monday: Dive In

  Shaking My Years Away – Alex Calder Slave – Surfbort Seasons Break – Bones Garage Wait There – Voices from Deep Below Humdinger – Dunebuggy 100 Million – Charlie Hilton Oh Yeah, Tell Me About Your Dreams – Sure Confusion Hill – Mayflower Madame  
Moss Walking

Moss Walking

Photographer: Davey Warren ( Instagram ) Model: Kayla Stanistreet ( Instagram )            

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