A certain fraternal love exists between drummers, and across all genres, they shared tributes to Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins this week.
Author Archives: Kevin Loo
Photo Report: Rave for Ukraine // Lunchmeat Festival
Photo report of Lunchmeat Festival’s pop-up event Rave for Ukraine.
A Euphoric Generation
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.
Year of the Tiger
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”
Lunchmeat 2021-22 // Seeking Shelter in a Lockdown World
Donning my face mask and descending into the concrete bunker of the National Gallery, we were greeted by the glitch noise of the experimental secondary stage. It was fittingly post-apocalyptic as strobing visuals and ungodly noises emanated from the array of wires and speakers in the dark.
Dr Donda West Speaks
The poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks, the academic work of Dr Donda West, and how Kanye was inspired by his late mother’s literal voice on ‘DONDA’.
Billie Eilish // Goldwing
On her album “Happier Than Ever”, Billie Eilish references an ancient Hindu poem to invoke a sense of corrupted innocence.
Rage Against The Horizon // Celebrating the Beauty of The Mosh Pit
“Let’s Get The Party Started” comes at a time when punters are missing concerts more than ever. In these stressful and existential times, a mosh would do us some good.
Kanye // On Mother & Family
A lyrical analysis of Kanye West’s relationship with his mother and family.
The 28 Year Old Male & Triple J Start a Meme War: You Won’t Believe What Happens Next!!!
In today’s age of cancel culture and online woke-ness, one mysterious internet memelord has taken a stand against a media institution. As a result, his unique 28 year-old male voice, possibly one of the last bastions of truth and justice in the Australian media landscape, has been silenced.