• Nothing Instagram Takeover

    Photo by Ben Rayner Facebook || Instagram || Twitter || Bandcamp   With as many physical, mental and spiritual griefs as Domenic Palermo has been through, music and his band Nothing remain an incessant driving force. Growing up in North Philadelphia, Palermo delved into the city’s hardcore scene and in the early 2000’s formed punk/hardcore act Horror Show, receiving their first signing on Jacob Bannon of Converge’s label Deathwish. Shifting gears towards a darker, shoegaze sound, Nothing came to life in 2010 with their self-released Poshlost demo (its title borrowed from the Russian term for intensely felt spiritual absurdity) followed by 2012’s Downward Years to Come before signing onto Relapse…

  • Las Robertas Takeover

    Facebook || Instagram || Twitter || Bandcamp   Las Robertas‘ roots have always kept the band honest and grounded while still allowing each new musical venture to sound distinct and just as catchy as the last. Comprised of Mercedes Oller (guitarist/vocalist), Sonya Carmona (bassist/vocalist) and Fabrizio Durán (drummer), this San José garage rock & psych trio came as a major inspiration to the indie scene in Costa Rica, paving a DIY path and encouraging other budding musicians that they too don’t have to be an expert to start a band. From making your own merch to putting together creative and innovate shows, the trio forged a larger community in their…

  • JOHN HURLEY TAKEOVER!

    John Hurley is an 18 year old visual artist from Bumfuck, Louisiana with a good eye and big dreams. He has a dry sense of humor and a slick demeanor. After graduating from a small conservative Catholic high school this past May, Hurley plans to move the hell away to New Orleans to study film at UNO until he gets bored with it. He runs a Instagram feed that features his digital art. Currently, he is embarking on an ambitious collaborative art endeavor with friends and strangers from all around the country. Far from conventional and even further from stale, Hurley is most definitely an artist to be familiar with,…

  • Some Places: A Collection of Instant Film Photographs

    ‘Some Places’ is a collection of instant film photographs from photographer Tyler Tyndell, who has worked in partnership with ANON | Magazine. All images in the collection were taken exclusively with a variety of Impossible Project film over the past year. The book includes several full bleed images, diptychs, triptychs and a 42 image composite. This collection exemplifies the beauty &variety of Impossible Project film spanning from the first batches to the most recent Color Protection film. With several purchase options, there is no reason that you shouldn’t have this book. The book is available through Blurb Books and can be found here: http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/3948239 See more of Tyler’s work at www.tylertyndell.com