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Mixtape Monday: Tuning Out Crazies at the Laundromat

Mixtape Monday: Tuning Out Crazies at the Laundromat

Mixtape Monday: Tuning Out Crazies at the Laundromat
Mixtape Monday: Luna You Are Perfect

Mixtape Monday: Luna You Are Perfect

Ever love a pup so much it breaks your heart just looking at them? That's how we feel about Luna whose first birthday is this week!
7 Things by Sweetfang: Why Picnic Tables Are Killing Your Scene!

7 Things by Sweetfang: Why Picnic Tables Are Killing Your Scene!

Mixtape Monday: Sunny Days on Astral Planes

Mixtape Monday: Sunny Days on Astral Planes

 
Artist Spotlight: Kyle Carter

Artist Spotlight: Kyle Carter

Existential chaos being the lens of the all encompassing today, it is through the work of Kyle Carter in which we find solemn comforting zen ease in which to center ourselves through visual release.
Mixtape Monday: For the Johnny Rockers

Mixtape Monday: For the Johnny Rockers

Mixtape Monday: For the Johnny Rockers
Film Review: Boy Howdy: The Story of Creem Magazine

Film Review: Boy Howdy: The Story of Creem Magazine

Crawford does a damn fine job calling out, as the magazine has done since the very beginning, to those of us born with the stifling boot heel attempts of plastic herd culture to snuff the sense of passion and purpose eating us black sheep alive in the nowhere nothing cul-de-sac wasteland, his words a reassuring...
Mixtape Monday: Plastic Jewelry

Mixtape Monday: Plastic Jewelry

Chad VanGaalen – “Friendly Aliens” Bishop Allen – “Quarter to Three” The Riptides – “Tomorrow Tears” Fire Exit – “Timewall” Shatterbox – “Too Much Traffic” Don Kriss – “The Dove and the Eagle” House of Harm – “Past Life” Cough Cool – “Plastic Jewelry” Snail Mail – “Dirt” Wreckless Eric and Amy Rigby – “Here...
Mixtape Monday: For Bands In Vans

Mixtape Monday: For Bands In Vans

Once you pass Texarkana and those hazy eyes start getting sick with white line fever, press play on this week's mixtape. We'll bring ya in just right.
10 MUST SEE BANDS AT SXSW 2019

10 MUST SEE BANDS AT SXSW 2019

The definitive unarguably best bands you would be an idiot to miss at SXSW 2019.
Mixtape Monday: SXSW 2019 - So Sick

Mixtape Monday: SXSW 2019 – So Sick

Don't be one of those "never heard of em" types; our SXSW 2019 mixtape will get you on the path of cooler resistance.
Mixtape Monday: Don't Wunna Be Tamed

Mixtape Monday: Don’t Wunna Be Tamed

Mixtape Monday: Don't Wunna Be Tamed
Mixtape Monday: Politics as Usual (An Open Letter to America)

Mixtape Monday: Politics as Usual (An Open Letter to America)

  The only thing holding this one together is the ethos.
Mixtape Monday: Tunnel of Love

Mixtape Monday: Tunnel of Love

Mixtape Monday: Tunnel of Love
Mixtape Monday: Grab Bag

Mixtape Monday: Grab Bag

Mixtape Monday: Grab Bag
Mixtape Monday: Disappear Here

Mixtape Monday: Disappear Here

Anon Magazine Mixtape Monday: Disappear Here
Mixtape Monday: Heavy Rocker

Mixtape Monday: Heavy Rocker

Bob Seger & the Last Herd – “Heavy Music” Girlschool – “Take It All Away” Natural Child – “Laid, Paid, and Strange” Dinos Boys – “Knee High” The Riffs – “Johnny Too High” Sonic’s Rendezvous Band – “City Slang” Bored – “Where Eagles Dare” (Misfits Cover) Testors – “Time is Mine” The Skunks – “Earthquake...
Mixtape Monday: The Reputations Takeover!

Mixtape Monday: The Reputations Takeover!

As part of The Reputations taking over the site today they have put together one of the best mixtapes for getting yourself feeling right before putting that shine on tonight getting optimistic for the new year! Check in on our Instagram throughout the day to see what they are up to. Read more about The...
Film Review: Bumblebee Rules!

Film Review: Bumblebee Rules!

Don't ask a film rooted in time stamped nostalgia to entertain you, ask it to transport you back once more into the Neverland of your heart. Bumblebee will not not let you down!
Artists On Our Radar: Marlene Juliane Schindler Instagram Takeover

Artists On Our Radar: Marlene Juliane Schindler Instagram Takeover

  With such a plethora of social media content and artists to sift through online, we were stoked to come across Marlene Juliane Schindler‘s drawings and artwork on Instagram. Strikingly honest in her portrayal of beauty and bodies, her figures’ expressions exude uncompromising intimacy with each piece of art telling their own story. We had...
We Are All Beautiful and Gross: An Interview with Margalit Cutler

We Are All Beautiful and Gross: An Interview with Margalit Cutler

  Based out of New York, Margalit Cutler‘s artwork struck us as totally bold, totally honest, and totally refreshing. From her animations, sculptures, illustrations and mini-comics, Cutler has created commissioned pieces for Rookie Mag and Protocols and updates her Instagram regularly with original and eye-catching work. She took some time out of her schedule to...
The Face Plant that Woke a Bus

The Face Plant that Woke a Bus

  The Face Plant That Woke a Bus   The Number 5 bus brings together students, shoppers, seniors and the blind, normally quietly. But on Sunday afternoon, one face plant got everyone talking. “Oh shit!” the man yelled as he tripped onto the bus stopped at 45th and Guadalupe. A ponytailed man in the back...
From Cuba With Love

From Cuba With Love

Photographer: Amber Rana ( Instagram )   Cuba is a country stuck in time: vintage cars from the 50’s and mid-century modern architecture painted in beautiful pastels. Although beautiful, buildings are crumbling and there is a lack of technology. However, it was refreshing to be off the grid and take in the culture, people, and...
Artists On Our Radar: Sue Gent

Artists On Our Radar: Sue Gent

Website || Instagram || Facebook   Sue Gent is an illustrator based near Bristol, UK. She is inspired by mythology, history and the natural world, and her work combines traditional techniques  such as linocut, screen-printing, pen and ink, and painting with software to create bold and colourful illustrations. She works mainly in editorial illustration, and...
My Urban Jungle by Paula Horstman

My Urban Jungle by Paula Horstman

Writer / Photographer: Paula Horstman ( Twitter )   My Urban Jungle Two prints on steps Press down, I’m forceful Run right Turn left Stay straight And now I’m walking Walking so free See myself in the day Myself In the night The same building, Goes from blue to grey Walks on the grid Walks...
Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by: PJ Carmichael ( Instagram ) PJ Carmichael is a poet, writer, artist, adventurer, and spiritualist from Wakefield, Massachusetts. His work focuses on his interaction with and the contrast between the natural world and the urban environment. He currently runs Mass Love Distro, a multimedia production and distribution endeavor.   Sunday Night A welcome caress...
Artists On Our Radar: Hakim Callwood

Artists On Our Radar: Hakim Callwood

Illustrator / Designer: Hakim Callwood ( Instagram )   Hakim Callwood is a 24 year old freelance illustrator/designer from Columbus, Ohio. His work ranges from painting, animation, and teaching. His influences stem from Japanese animation, video games, and comic art. His long term goal is to create educational hands on visual art workspaces. You can...
Friday the 13th: Nostalgia, Films, and a Celebration of Fictional Occult Terror

Friday the 13th: Nostalgia, Films, and a Celebration of Fictional Occult Terror

Nostalgia, Films, and a Celebration of Fictional Occult Terror By Jay Armstrong     Take some advice from a dude sitting in his boxers eating three day old cold pizza; find something you geek about and celebrate it. Ask those around you to celebrate it with you. Make it a THING. Maybe you are a...
The Buffalo Do

The Buffalo Do

Short Story by: E.S. Sparks E.S. Sparks is a writer and artist based in New Orleans, LA. You can find more of her work here.   At the tail end of her dream, nudged awake by Miles, Mona again saw the sad janitor leave his bar stool and walk out into the sweltering night. She...
Future Feminism Exhibition at 'O' Space

Future Feminism Exhibition at ‘O’ Space

  While no teleportation machines exist (yet), for those fortunate enough to be in Denmark this weekend you’ll want to attend the closing weekend of FUTURE FEMINISM, an iconic feminist performance series from Anohni, Kembra Pfahler and Johanna Constantine. Running from mid-August to its closing night on September 3rd, FUTURE FEMINISM combines performances, talks, workshops...
Controlling the Common Cold

Controlling the Common Cold

Controlling the Common Cold by Melissa Hall ( Instagram / Twitter )   Melissa Hall received her MFA in Creative Writing from Minnesota State University, Mankato. She currently lives in Austin, Texas where she tutors English and writing to students with learning disabilities. In her spare time, Melissa volunteers as a grant writer for a...
Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by PJ Carmichael

  Poetry by: PJ Carmichael ( Instagram ) PJ Carmichael is a poet, writer, artist, adventurer, and spiritualist from Wakefield, Massachusetts. His work focuses on his interaction with and the contrast between the natural world and the urban environment. He currently runs Mass Love Distro, a multimedia production and distribution endeavor.     Some Nights The...
Pulled Carrots Recipe

Pulled Carrots Recipe

Pulled Carrots Recipe by Kate Loar   Ingredients: 4-6 large carrots 1 T vegetable oil 1 small onion, minced 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 ½ c BBQ sauce (or enough to cover carrots) Liquid smoke, a few drops   Preparation: Julienne the carrots. Heat the oil over medium and saute the onion and garlic. Add...
Creation Stories, David Lynch, Existentialism, and Jazz: Instrumental Review

Creation Stories, David Lynch, Existentialism, and Jazz: Instrumental Review

  Creation Stories, David Lynch, Existentialism, and Jazz: Instrumental Review By Colin O’Neill   There are two passions in my life (three if you count beer, and four if you count crippling self-doubt): Comics and music. They tend to overtake one another consistently. In junior high music was life. Days in class would be me...
Interview Series: Rayne and MJ on Gender Confirmation Surgery

Interview Series: Rayne and MJ on Gender Confirmation Surgery

  Currently residing in Austin, TX, sisters Rayne and MJ have created a series of web videos discussing first hand transgender experiences. Transitioning to a female about six years ago, Rayne faced many challenges and has come a long way on her journey since 2011 — learning how to pass, starting on hormones, going to...
Driving Around with TBS

Driving Around with TBS

Driving Around with TBS Words by Melissa Hall ( Instagram / Twitter ) Melissa Hall received her MFA in Creative Writing from Minnesota State University, Mankato. She currently lives in Austin, Texas where she tutors English and writing to students with learning disabilities. In her spare time, Melissa volunteers as a grant writer for a...
Goldilocks and the Three

Goldilocks and the Three

Goldilocks and the Three   Brenna Ehrlich Brenna.Ehrlich@gmail.com   “Happy Birthday to you,” Min’s mom and sister crooned off-key as the animatronic bears lurched to life. Papa Bear, or at least what Min imagined to be the papa bear (as he was wearing a snappy fedora), windmilled his taxidermied arm across his cherry candy-colored guitar,...
After Egg

After Egg

After Egg By E. S. Sparks ( Instagram ) Inquiries: erica.s.sparks@gmail.com     The young woman met her friend at 2:15 for brunch. She would only be in New York for the long weekend and wanted to make the most of it, see everyone. Miriam had been gently urging her to visit and she wanted...
Artists On Our Radar: Luis Roa

Artists On Our Radar: Luis Roa

Artist: Luis Roa ( Instagram ) Based in Austin, TX, Luis Roa’s inspiration for his artwork stems from his interest in nature and old religious worlds.   Coyona   Deathmask   Flowerhead   Totem  
Artists On Our Radar: Gabriele Puglisi

Artists On Our Radar: Gabriele Puglisi

Artist: Gabriele Puglisi ( Instagram )    Gabriele Puglisi is a visual artist and poet based in Verona, Italy, combining both mediums through an often mysterious and ambiguous vision. His art tells stories or sometimes merely a gesture. He published his first collection of poems entitled “I’ve Been Hoodwinked by the Scent of Roses” via...
Artists On Our Radar: Cyril Ely & Anatoly Pavlov

Artists On Our Radar: Cyril Ely & Anatoly Pavlov

Artists: Cyril Ely ( Instagram ) & Anatoly Pavlov ( Instagram )   TV was created as a way of delivering a visual signal, but it turned into an instrument for mind manipulating. TV broadcast footage filmed on long exposure is an metaphysical space of impaired information where the sum of its parts is not...
Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by PJ Carmichael   Best-Selling Authors Who’s been chasing the New York Times’ best-seller list again? I’ve been chasing my own tail for the past few years, entertained the idea of freak show success, but they’re not hiring. Besides, there’s too many willing and eager to exploit faulty faculties. A get-rich- quick scheme, the...
Artists On Our Radar: Łukasz Horbów

Artists On Our Radar: Łukasz Horbów

Artist: Łukasz Horbów ( Instagram ) Based in Poland, 21 year old artist Łukasz Horbów expertise lies in fashion illustration, where he encapsulates nuances and details of fashion shows in his artwork. He is currently studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.                      ...
1celand

1celand

Photographer: Irene Tondelli ( Instagram )   I am a documentary and travel photographer based in Northern Italy. I also work as an art director in the field of interior design. In the last few years I worked in advertising agencies but I am now focusing on photography, my true love. Taking pictures helps me...
Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poems by PJ Carmichael ( Instagram ) PJ Carmichael is a poet, writer, artist, adventurer, and spiritualist from Wakefield, Massachusetts. His work focuses on his interaction with and the contrast between the natural world and the urban environment. He currently runs Mass Love Distro, a multimedia production and distribution endeavor.     Sick She mumbles loudly...
Mixtape Monday: SW33T TR34TZ by Cat Tassini

Mixtape Monday: SW33T TR34TZ by Cat Tassini

  Kelis – Cobbler Mariah Carey – Honey Theophilus London – Wine and Chocolates Lana Del Ray – Diet Mountain Dew Echo & the Bunnymen – Lips Like Sugar The Cars – Candy-O Blur – Ice Cream Man Chromatics – Cherry Asobi Seksu – Strawberries Battles – Ice Cream Dead Leaf Echo – Strawberry Skin...
Artists On Our Radar: Joe Gallagher

Artists On Our Radar: Joe Gallagher

Artist: Joe Gallagher   Originally from Tacoma, Washington, and currently based in Brooklyn, New York, Joe Gallagher’s perspective on the shift from the pace of living from the West coast to the East coast is depicted in his vibrant and colorful paintings. Containing disproportionate and excessive features, Gallagher’s contemporary style of overlapping characters represents individuals...
Artists On Our Radar: Rina Namiki

Artists On Our Radar: Rina Namiki

Artist: Rina Namiki ( Instagram )   Based in Tokyo, Japan and Berlin, Germany, artist Rina Namiki studied Indian Philosophy and Arts at Toyo University and has recently worked at Nylon Magazine (Japan). Namiki finds inspiration delving into her emotions as well as the female physical form. A storyteller by nature, Namiki’s illustrations take you...
Staring Quietly at the Backwash

Staring Quietly at the Backwash

Staring Quietly at the Backwash Artist: Ina Lounguine ( Instagram )     Within the past few years Europe has seen mass human migrations, due to chaos and civil wars all across northern Africa and the Middle-East – Syria especially. Staring Quietly At The Backwash is a sensorial take on analyzing the crisis currently occurring...
The Portrait Artist

The Portrait Artist

The Portrait Artist     It had been an especially long, dark winter until that day in late February when the sun shined especially bright, melting the snow so rapidly that one’s socks absorbed the musty vapors of heat that rose from the ground. The streets, each one representing a tendril of Manhattan’s rumpled brow,...

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