Posts tagged "art"(Page 5)

Max Cooper’s Raw Vulnerability in One Hundred Billion Sparks

Max Cooper | One Hundred Billion Sparks | MESH Release Date: 20 September 2018 Review by Jenna Dreisenstock  An inhale of the fresh clarity, within the overlook of canyons – filled in a kind of awe, so indescribably beautiful; forests gleaming emerald, mountains stretching farther than eye can engulf –

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock Ambience is the immerse of emotion; the essence of human existence. Swirling around us at all times as we bury ourselves further into the expression of ourselves, and the way in which we experience our fragile human lives – ambience, in its intricate shroud, is able

By Jenna Dreisenstock Back in June, we curated a list of absolutely mesmerising animated music videos that are must-sees for every music lover: focusing on breaking the disconnect between the beautiful, innovative art form that animation VS the misconceptions much of society hold regarding ‘cartoons’ as children’s mindless entertainment. Animation

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock Artwork Credit: Unknown (As always, please let us know if you know the artist so we can add in their credit!) Often we’re quick to forget that creators in the public eye – those we admire, whether they be writers, directors, artists or musicians; are flawed

IGLOOGHOST | Steel Mogu / Clear Tamei | Self Release Release Date: 8th August 2018 Image Credit: Tim Twiss Review by Jenna Dreisenstock In sculpting a brand new world out of the vivid, glitter and melancholia; a conceptual visual experience that comes with the stunning art of the imaginative narrative

By Jenna Dreisenstock There’s nothing quite like seeing your favourite artist live – the energy, lights and crowd: the pure heart of being able to experience the music you love up close and personal and watching those you admire work their magic. There are some artists that go above and

By Jenna Dreisenstock An album’s artwork is what makes the first impression of a new release, even though it’s definitely unfair to ‘judge a book by its cover’. We can’t assume what the tracks of the album sound like just by it’s album art, however the artwork is the most

Written by Maya-Rose Torrão An art studio based in the UK called Dorothy, has designed a poster that depicts a carefully laid out series of linework and names that celebrates the people and places crucial to the history and culture of dance music. Dorothy have designed similar posters in the

Returning to Paula Temple’s Noise Manifesto is the Danish composer, performer and sound artist SØS Gunver Ryberg. She appeared on the second chapter of the Noise Manifesto Decon/Recon series together with Aïsha Devi, Rrose, and Paula Temple herself. She now delivers SOLFALD, her own solo EP for the label including

16th December/£7 ADVANCE/£8 OTD Audio Visual Night is a new interactive experience for lovers of experimental art and krautrock expression. The eclectic line-up consists of Sculpture, Adrena Adrena (Boredoms, Seefeel), OvO, Aa3 Recordings DJs + Visuals by visual artist Tomas Jef and DJ Kenichi Iwasa (Krautrock Karaoke). 16.12.16 from Daisy

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