Archive for: August, 2017

Woza (Come in Zulu) tells the story of an African surfer who has been taken as a lover by the African water spirit Mami Wata. It features 22 year-old Transkei surfer, Avuyile Ndamase. Directed by Argentinians Pato Martinez and Francisco Canton of the Directors collective Pantera Estudio, the five-minute film follows...

The birth of digital marked a revolution that threatened to leave analogue in the grainy dust. Despite lightning advances in technology, there has been a quiet resistance among certain photographers. In the age of instant gratification, waiting for results longer than a nano-second can seem impractical. The mistakes...

Local Northern Sydney indie-punkers Crocodylus unleash their new single Christian Syrups to the masses. The tune boasts the classic Aussie garage-rock sound akin of Drunk Mums and The Pinheads, that the band is renowned for. Vocalists and bandmates Josh Williams and Stephen Sacco craft the track with “contrasting,...

The Friendly Pirate, what a colossal nickname to have when life deals an unfortunate blow of losing an eye. After watching Ash’s story, take the time to reflect on your life. For most it is not as bad as missing an eye for the rest of your life! What a beautiful outlook Ash has, working to maintain a positive outlook...

My name is Valentin Duciel, I’m a french analog photographer and I’m back from our road trip Wild Ride To East… With my three friends Aurélien Buttin, Lana & Myriam we set off towards the eastern lands through winding mountain roads, translucent lakes, dark forests and the poor countryside of the Balkans. From Lyon,...

From taking piano and guitar lessons as a child to bumping electronic beats on his comodore 64. German born DJ and producer Oliver Koletzki is today nothing short of a star. Having deep roots in the Berlin underground attributed to his massively successful reccord Der Mückenschwarm which got him the attention of the...

At first glance Villains is as enthralling as it is complex. Plastered in a sort of glossy fuzz, the album bobs and weaves in-between groove and ambiance without a care in the world. The sort of slow build-up to opener Feet Don’t Fail Me as Josh Homme croons as beautifully as he ever has encapsulates the entirety of...

Anyone who has an infinity with 90’s Brit Pop will be drawn to Smoke Rings. The Melbourne five piece possess all the right virtues that should see them becoming one of Australia’s premiere acts in the near future. Right from the first listen Happiness hits you with nostalgia, the writing of incredibly well-constructed...

The crew at Palace Skateboards are back at it, serving up gritty street edits that leave the mouth-watering. Introducing Palace’s newest team rider Lucas Puig, The Merchandise sees all the usual suspects hit up NYC and LA and everywhere in between. This is Palace Skateboards edit that ties in conjunction with their...

Alexan, born and raised in Argentina, began his career as a producer with more than 10 short films such as La Donna and Pude ver un Puma which got nominated in The Cannes Film Festival. He also produced feature films such as Juana a las 12, Paula, Juan Meisen ha muerto and El Auge del Humano films that had global...