It’s been far too long that we showed Shahar Arviv on our site. The natural beauty made a new series together with photographer Michal Idan. “This story emerged through this friendship between me and Shahar. We chose my friend’s house which looks like the houses in LA, one of my favorite places.”
We really miss listening to live music. In the meantime we console ourselves with watching music videos – and what better is there than acoustic versions. Such as the one of TÖME´s ‘I Pray’. “When I made the acoustic version I was playing around with the chords and it made me feel different, it gave me a jazzy, bluesy feel which emphasised the beauty and the chaos.”
“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.
Los Angeles based film photographer Helena Lu and model Juliette took a quick trip to Merida in Mexico and didn´t want to miss the chance for a little shooting in their beautifully decorated accomodation. We are in love with those colourful kitchen tiles and the model´s very natural look!
Shayla Lee chooses intuition over mechanics. Guided by instinct, the Canadian photographer, writer, and vintage curator’s art is rooted in decency. Although her musings are swathed in glamour, grit, and glitter, Shayla is not exempt from the peril of 2020. For most creators this year, ambition has been curbed in exchange for a semblance of peace.
“I have always been a fan of vintage cars.” tells us Ljubljana, Slovenia based photographer Ursa Premik. “And when I saw Martina and Barbara I tried to capture their sisterhood with this short story. We’ve talked about it for over a year already and after we were finally able to synchronize our schedules it was shooting time.” she laughs.
Please enjoy our today´s premiere with South African DJ and producer Shimza feat. Mikhaela Faye. Not only is the track the perfect start into the weekend and makes us feel like dancing, we also love the important message behind it about man’s cataclysmic effects on Mother Nature.
When people are at a young age, many of them pretend to be singing on stage with a microphone in their hands. That is also a story that sounds familiar to the talented 18-year-old Cmagic5. A few years and singles later, the dream has finally become a reality. And her dream continues until today by wanting to give people a good time and stay positive by listening to her music.
While chaos and cold weather overcome the world around us, perhaps the best way to cope is to momentarily disconnect. And Sally Boy’s debut EP EREZ, which dropped just yesterday, is the perfect antidote for any early onsetting seasonal ailments. What he dubs himself as “pretty boy rock”, is a smooth concoction of guitars, grooves, and sunshine.
The 21 year young Liah has completely won over our hearts. The natural beauty brings us golden thoughts during those gloomy days.
Never have I listened to more music than right now. Every evening after work I dive into my own world surrounded by sounds and lyrics that make me dream away, calm down, give me mental strength, energy and inspiration, let me time travel, make me happy or dwell in melancholy, bring up memories and daydreams about the future.
The talented photographer Tamara Lichtenstein made a series called “Houston Ballet” that is incredibly beautiful. A playful mix of soft colors, light and grace. Houston Ballet is one of America’s greatest ballet companies and academy based in Houston, Texas. Starring Natalie Varnum, Jacquelyn Long, Katelyn Kirchhofer and Harper Watters.
Talented Bahamian singer, songwriter and visual artist Keeya dropped her catchy debut EP ‘Paradise’. Written and recorded in LA and at Keeya’s home in Nassau – Bahamas, the four-track EP tells stories which celebrate female empowerment, soulful vocals, wavy synths, crispy 808s and enough bottom end to satisfy all lovers of bass genres.
To realize the world we live in, sometimes you have to hold on and breathe. It is then that we will realize that we are in a wheel that never stops, a society that asks us for more and more every day and that forces us to be connected and attentive every second so as not to be left behind.
In her work Rosa Beiroa explores movement and gesture as a core, using the human body and elements from reality to interpret the workings of the subconscious mind.