It’s been 4 years since the first Head in the Clouds festival in Pasadena, CA at the The Rose Bowl. 88rising has yet again exceeded the expectations of attendees by bringing together the perfect balance of cleanliness, a great roster of artists, and amazing food catered by vendors from Southern California’s very own 626 market.
The festival didn’t stop there and brought the likes of huge mainstream acts like Megan Thee Stallion and Lil Uzi Vert to top off the festivities. Insomniac continues to take things to the next level each year to create an unforgettable experience even for the most inebriated of ravers!
“I want to be remembered for helping people and putting people on, teaching people, helping my friends, help my family. Just being nice, genuine. That’s what I’d like to be known for.” During our “sidewalk talk” interview, Softest Hard speaks about her work ethic, the importance of generosity, and how showing gratitude has positively impacted her perspective on life. Her positive mindset radiates inspiration to everyone around her.
A Love Affair. Devoting your time with heart and soul to something you love can unveil elusive energy, undreamt possibilities. This issue we dedicate to passion. The passion and love…
“The more time that passes, the more I grow into who I really want ARI to be.” We sat down with Toronto based singer-songwriter ARI to talk about her new EP, growing as an artist and what her fans can expect next from her.
Over the next weeks, my life was busy, stressful and full of the tedious responsibilities of being an adult. I didn’t open my notebook back to that page where I had quickly scribbled “youth is wasted on the young”, but more often than not, the quote would appear when I closed my eyes, as I drifted off to sleep.
The boundaries between myself and other people have always been treacherous to navigate. I can rarely tell if my emotions belong to me or someone else. And so I like to imagine my brain like a kaleidoscope: a colourful hall of mirrors in which the only way out is to parse the real from the reflection.
“I’m beat driven a lot but sometimes I’m really into writing down words and different things I have in my head that I went through.” We caught up with super talented Compton-born, Los Angeles-based artist Channel Tres.
“2020 is a year of uncertainty and confusion. I think it’s cool to give presence to yourself outside of the internet. I’ve been trying to relax more and just take in things around me.” We sat down with talented producer and artist Shawn Wasabi.
Some songs just don´t leave your mind anymore. Like the new single by Fusilier, a project by Brooklyn based, Atlanta born singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Blake Fusilier. Two years after his debut EP, he’s back with a new track titled “Upstream” which is out via Brassland (the label ran by National members Bryce and Aaron Dessner) and shows his warm and embracing vocals.
Danny Scott Lane’s second solo album Memory Record is a spacey, synth-forward exploration of memories and memory-making. Danny Scott Lane was talking with a friend about some of their shared…
This is not a love story.It’s a story that takes places at three o’clock in the afternoon in the city’s imperfect silence, where cars speed by and voices call out from the street; all these disparate sounds coming through the open windows as we crash against each other like waves smacking against the shore.
Our limited „Special Edition“, to celebrate our 10th anniversary, is a play of materials. The bulky, raw and uncoated cover feels good and warm in your hands. The golden foil sparkles in the light and makes it even more into a „special“ collector´s item. And the marvellous pictures bloom on the matt coated inside pages and take you onto a subtle journey, whilst delving into the inspiring thoughts about life lyrics.
all words and photography by Eric Kim Dear friend, have you ever felt stressed, shitty, and overwhelmed by life — and went out for a walk with your camera, and…
Anne Sophie and I met years ago in Paris. It most likely happened at night, in a party, perhaps in the bathroom line at le Baron. Or through some French…