Komiks Warehouse host an epic rave in the downtown industrial area of Prague.
After a legendary debut at Hip Hop Kemp 2013, Kendrick Lamar has become an unlikely household name in the Czech rap scene. Almost a decade later, a capacity O2 Arena was more than ready to step big with the king from Compton. With Mr Morale being a narrative-focused album with ebbs and flows of emotionContinue reading “Photo Report: Kendrick Lamar, Prague 10/10/22”
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.”
Photo report of Lunchmeat Festival’s pop-up event Rave for Ukraine.
Yours and Owls Festival held in Wollongong, AU was the first taste of large scale live music in a post-COVID world. Here’s one writer’s perspective on how it all went down.
The tension between hope and despair that we all find ourselves in in 2021 was perfectly captured by 22 year-old Amanda Gorman’s stirring inauguration poem, ‘The Hill We Cilmb’.
While Joe Biden has played into the ‘lovable uncle’ branding, and Kamala Harris has experience as a woman of colour, the inauguration playlist they released…just doesn’t quite sit right.
Gil Scott-Heron may not be a familiar name to many, but you can feel the impact of his poetry and music from the work of Kanye West to the protest cries of Black Lives Matter. If you see yourself as a citizen of conscience, he is an artist you need to know. Born in ChicagoContinue reading ““Who Will Survive in America?” // A Jazz Prophet’s Story”