The band had dropped their debut EP earlier this year called Spring EP but had just released their newest single, “Drunk on Halloween.” With festival season coming to a close, we had a quick chat with the band during Austin City Limits Weekend Two.
The contrast of makeup and a girlish outfit, of crisp and saturated Ektar; the series reflects on a quiet dilemma, in a pretty picture.
202filmcollective’s co-founder Roger Yu took some time out of his schedule to fill us in on what the 202filmcollective is all about, how it’s changed him as a photographer, and what it means for the local DC community.
Over the past few years, Austin City Limits Music Festival has brought about some amazing headliners to feature and close off festival season, as fall approaches.
Let’s take a minute to show you exactly what’s going on in Brooklyn: Mainland. The bicoastal, post-punk lovers of vintage throwbacks are one of the best bands to grace the internet.
This year, Lollapalooza was back and better than ever to celebrate some of music's biggest artists and bring music lovers from all over the world together.
Although their surf-pop makes them sound is as if they have been plucked straight from the beach, the Vancouver band, Peach Pit, has started to make impressions globally.
From being the founder of a clothing brand to essentially being both curator and head of a magazine and being an art director of a creative agency, Adam Warren, caught up with Sadie Bailey to chat about not only his recent projects and collaborations but also the process of creating your own various creative outlets.
The recurring technique in most of my work is collage. This is the result of many factors that start from the same culture of my country, Cuba, as this was the place where I have spent most of my life. Cuba, itself, is a collage of different cultures, races, and influences.
At the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Nachtwey discussed his experience and thoughts on the project. During his talk, you could hear the pain and empathy in his voice for the victims of this horrible addiction.
This is what you’re getting hit with every day when road tripping through remote parts of Indonesia. A country where extreme beauty and obscure chaos walk hand in hand to create this constant flow of uncommonness that we can’t help but come back to every time.
As months passed, I started to see London as a beautiful space of creativity and diversity; the complete opposite of where I am from. With this in mind, I wanted to create a selection of photographs that would highlight the beauty I see behind the lens.
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