Picture this. Hundreds of people are chanting, stumping their feet, and clapping as the thundering drums of Norse pagans shake to the ground a 2,000-year-old amphitheatre in the heart of the ancient Greek Acropolis. Ethereal? Cathartic? Otherwordly? Try all of them combined.
From minimalistic and abstract illustrations, to outwordly sceneries and mind-bending, full blown psychedelic drawings that would make the art directors of “Foundation” TV series cry for their mamma.
Melissa Ivana: “I realized this is my creative style and it probably comes from the classic Romanian habit. Ironize everything.”
With this EP, Zimbru sends a quite direct message to your inner not-giving-a-fuck asshole, but it also cradles you at its breast in a step-motherly manner
Photographers Alexandra Butuceanu and Katarzyna Drążek in a conversation with Robert Kocur aka Polka Dot, drag queen, performer.
“A meditative capture of our place in the universe, as a non-existential experience interacting with primary elements.”
“The goal is to challenge the viewer’s perception on these masculine stereotypes, deeply rooted in the local culture of the auteurs’.”
“So many people are obsessed with the way they look, that they will do anything to fit in and look like everyone else.”
All of the music of Dalton Deschain & the Traveling Show centers around a long continuous pulp-horror story set in the 1940’s, about a circus ringleader possessed by a demon.
You most likely know of Jonathan Bree from the catchy music video in which him and his dancers appear wearing masks and dancing awkwardly on a 60’s, ABBA-on-TV kind of background. Elsewhere, another popular collaboration is the cigarette duet with Princess Chelsea, a sample of hippie nostalgia and probably a […]