After three years locked out of the country, I was able to travel back into Australia and catch a show at Sydney’s beloved Enmore Theatre. It was a wet June evening, and I managed to sneak in the back just as JPEG took to the stage, without even a DJ to accompany him. I wasContinue reading “Photo Report: JPEGMAFIA Live in Sydney 30/6/22”
A gang of Koreaboos, hip-hop heads and art kids descended on Berghain Kantine on an unassuming Monday evening in May. A photo report of Balming Tiger’s final show on their Tiny Tour of Europe.
After a steaming hot spring day, the evening changed to an overcast mood to welcome alternative rap’s prince of the moment Denzel Curry. After an unexplained venue change from the sweaty Malá Sportovní Hala to the open-air festival vibe of Žluté Lázně, the mood was decidedly upbeat to match the ‘My Kind of Summer’ titleContinue reading “Photo Report: Denzel Curry ft. PlayThatBoiZay & Opak Dissu, Live in Prague 16/5/22.”
The world seems more chaotic than ever, and the central image of decaying foundations allows Gerard Way to explore imagery that once again draws from the terrorist attacks of September 11.
On “The Heart Part 5”, Kendrick uses the street level experience of community trauma, betrayal and in-fighting as an indictment of a culture at war with itself.
Coal makes me hard
Coal makes me cum
My dick is always hard for coal
And it’s only getting harder
A certain fraternal love exists between drummers, and across all genres, they shared tributes to Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins this week.
Photo report of Lunchmeat Festival’s pop-up event Rave for Ukraine.
A show like Euphoria, while no doubt sensationalised, offers insight into the complexities of those we may not fully understand. The very same people we at times even marginalise in society.
More than 2 billion people celebrate the Lunar New Year. This month marks the beginning of the new Chinese Zodiac, the year of the tiger. The timing is impeccable. Tigers are synonymous with strength, grace, and ferocity all at once. The animal also became something of a symbol of the rapid growth of certain countriesContinue reading “Year of the Tiger”