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Mixtape Monday: Gidget Goes to Coney Island

Mixtape Monday: Gidget Goes to Coney Island

  Beach Day – Beach Day Ramones – Rockaway Beach Wavves – King of the Beach The Cramps – Bikini Girls with Machine Guns The Babies – Meet Me in the City Jacuzzi Boys – Island Ave Black Lips – Dirty Hands Johnny Thunders & the Heartbreakers – Pirate Love Shannon and the Clams –...
Pile Takeover!

Pile Takeover!

Website || Facebook || Instagram Photo Credit: Elisabeth Fuchsia   What initated as a solo project by Rick Maguire (or commonly referred to as “Rick from Pile”) a decade ago has now fostered into one of Boston’s most distinct indie rock groups. After playing shows in his hometown of Boston, Massachusetts, Maguire sought out a...
Stonefield Takeover!

Stonefield Takeover!

  It all started in a shed. More specifically, it started in a shed on a family hobby farm in a tiny rural township in Victoria, Australia. The four Findlay sisters, who’d go on to become the earthen psych-rock opal that is Stonefield, had been granted their wish of a drum kit by their parents,...
Mixtape Monday: Barely Worth Livin'

Mixtape Monday: Barely Worth Livin’

  The Cairo Gang – That’s When It’s Over Softspot – Heat Seeker Leeches – Inside Voices Tyvek – Air Conditioner No Kill – Tremolo Dave Depper – Do You Want Love? Bleached – Flipside The Districts – Ordinary Day  
Film Review: Raw

Film Review: Raw

Raw by Jay Armstrong   Today marks my fifth time watching Raw. Drop what you are doing, call into work, close this article, and go see the film in the proper religious form it demands. There is a solid chance it will only remain in theaters for a couple of days so, seriously, stop waving...
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Dryspell – Accounting Jejune Stars – Circles Alex Rose – Grandmothers Kingdom of Suicide Lovers – Cosmic Seeds XETAS – The Future Trés Oui – Dead Ringer Jana Horn – Optimism Modern Studies – Do What You Want  
Live at The Mohawk: of Montreal Review

Live at The Mohawk: of Montreal Review

  Writer: Troy Gonzales ( Instagram ) Photographer: Raphael Umscheid ( Instagram )   It was a deliciously cool Thursday night in Austin and the devoted gathered at the Mohawk once again for the return of of Montreal and its psychedelic glam rock/electronic dance party. The opening band Christina Schneider’s Jepeto Solutions from New York...
Mixtape Monday: Out Of My Head And Into Yours

Mixtape Monday: Out Of My Head And Into Yours

Taking Over with Fashion Photographer Nina Hawkins!

Taking Over with Fashion Photographer Nina Hawkins!

Photography by Nina Hawkins Hey! I’m Nina Hawkins, an Austin-based Russian-Vietnamese image-maker. My first date with fashion was in Moscow over 10 years ago, where I started as a model. I’ve been in love with imagery ever since, learning from Russia’s top professionals while progressing into my own path, creating still and moving images for publications across the globe such as...
Mixtape Monday: Nervous Agitations

Mixtape Monday: Nervous Agitations

  Gift Shop – Inhaler Joan of Arc – This Must Be the Placenta Astreal. – Colossal Searmanas – Undo Visiting Diplomats – Let Go The Mad Doctors – Dead Beach Big Bliss – Ponzi Dead High Wire – The Defectors  
SXSW Film Review: The Strange Ones

SXSW Film Review: The Strange Ones

  A thought provoking piece of cinema by co-directors Lauren Wolkstein and Christopher Radcliff, The Strange Ones sheds a veil over matters of truth and trauma, presenting a subjective reality that keeps you guessing throughout the film’s 80 minute run. Initiated as a short and years later coming together as a full length feature, we...
SXSW Film Review: Hounds of Love

SXSW Film Review: Hounds of Love

  Ben Young’s Hounds of Love renders as an emotionally staggering directorial debut, illustrating the vicious and cyclical nature of relationship abuse between both lovers and serial killers. Based loosely on true events, the film takes place in December, 1987 in the suburbs of Perth, Australia. Cruising down neighborhood streets, serial killers John (Stephen Curry)...

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