This issue, we dedicate to the art of slowing down, retreating from the harsh din of the outside world, and the joy of crafting. Feel the freedom from society‘s temporal constraints, a freedom that allows you to immerse yourself in what you do. Take a deep breath. Trust in your unique rhythm. Welcome the uncertain.
One thing’s for certain: nothing is certain. As we grow older, this saying, initially met with a smile, becomes an unwelcome mantra of life. We yearn to hold onto the beautiful moments, wishing they’d never end, but life always teaches us otherwise. People leave, life situations change; it’s an endless cycle of arrivals and departures.
“I believe you always must find the silver lining in every situation,” says Enamour, summarizing the resilient and inventive spirit of this multifaceted artist. Michael Gold, known professionally as Enamour, has carved a niche for himself in the electronic music scene, blending deep house, progressive house, and dark techno.
“I’ve wanted to delve into street photography for a while now, which has passionately captivated me since my experience in NYC. In this particular set, you can smell the flowers, hear the shouts of the vendors, and feel transported to that warm and cloudy morning—you can hear the children running with their ball. It’s the kind of art I want to create. These are the stories I want to tell,” explains Alexander Tarazona to us. Accompanied by his gorgeous muse, Zhenya Mashkovska, he wandered around the Plaza de la Macarena, visiting the flower festival.
“We are in it together,” begins Tomas Høffding of WhoMadeWho, reflecting the deep connection and spirit that defines the band’s relationship with their audience and the broader dance community. This thoughts sets the stage for an insightful interview, where Høffding delves into the journey that shape WhoMadeWho’s artistic world.
There’s ink in the palm of her hand that reads, Carry The Fire. She’s the warrior of the valley, she’s the lover of the desert souls, she’s the weaver of poise and humility. Artist and homesteader Lala Abaddon is the work of art. She walks alongside the feminine silhouettes of artists and their ghosts who too, left the Coasts, to wholeheartedly immerse themselves into the ruggedness of the Southwestern landscapes.
Fresh off a sold out hometown show and a BBC Radio 1 debut, Liverpool’s Toy Car are back with their newest track, “Better Than Before.” Beneath proper drums and distortion is a yearning for humanity, says frontman Shaun Hough. “We are all human and we all make the same mistakes and can learn from them,” he remarks.
Towards the sunset, barfoot, sparkling waves between her toes, and glitzy waterdrops fading on her skin. Nothing is as dazzling as standing in front of the ocean, overwhelming and everything that´s crucial coming to you in one breathe of the sea air. In this scenery of infinity Yasamin Kazemi captured Juliette Vicens in the South West coast of France.
“The past few years of my career have been the most fulfilling so far and I’m super excited to release my next artist album ‘All Stand Together’ as a snapshot of this,” announces Felix De Laet, better known as the renowned producer and DJ Lost Frequencies. It’s impossible not to come across his catchy hymns; he has performed at every major festival, his tracks are played on the radio up and down, and he got a Brit Award nomination for ‘Best International Song.’
We’ve just discovered the perfect uplifting soundtrack for those grey November days. ‘But I’m Alright Now,’ the recently released EP (available on *24th November) by Eden Rain, lifts us out of our autumn blues, and we find ourselves humming along with a little smile on our faces.
“I am very spontaneous, and I think that’s my strong point. Nevertheless, I obviously try to take care of my appearance and stay fresh and healthy.” We’re happy to present an interview and a stunning series of photographs spotlighting the natural beauty, Andrea. Photographed by Barcelona based Javier Fenoll, this images are captured in the scenic seaside town of Sitges, Spain.
In the heart of London’s vibrant music scene, Floss Jordan, an artist known for her poetic style, captivates with her latest single, ‘Turbulence’. This lush ballad, intricately melded with pop anthems, combines her diverse influences, ranging from Christine & the Queens to the avant-garde Björk.
The Muscovian group have kept fairly quiet in terms of new releases since 2020’s LP Bingo, but after long wait, are back. Their new single “Cold” is classic Pompeya – groovy, dancey, and retro – but moves with a sort of presence that is undeniably current. It’s an exploration of location, and what lead singer Daniil Brod calls a “peculiar” form of “sad travel.”
“To reiterate the essence of our project, “Elemiah” is more than just a visual treat.” starts photographer Niita to put her work into words, a photo shooting with model Veronica that took place at Cala Roques Planes at Costa Brava in Spain, taking the viewer along big stones polished by sea water and warm sun-kissed skin.
“The emotion and intention you can put behind the notes of the trumpet say more to me than words can express,” says Spencer Ludwig, a musician who not only plays the trumpet but lives its essence. In a world where the trumpet has found its way into the mainstream, Ludwig emerges as a thoughtful, exploratory artist, continually seeking new musical horizons.
“Singing and being in the studio creating my own music heals me and if it can help heal others then that’s the most fulfilling thing any artist can ask for,” Sariah begins, capturing the essence of her deep connection with her art. Born in a quaint suburb outside New York City, Sariah discovered her velvety, captivating vocals early on.