“NYC is opening little by little and Gabriela and I have been tested negative for Covid-19. So we decided to get together to spend an evening with photography, drinking and listening to music. Gabi is one of the person I love the most. I love her chill aura and her shining beauty.” tells us photographer Esteban Abdala Torres Campo.
“My passion in music gave me shelter and a place where I can share my deepest thoughts and at the same time feel understood and listened to. Music is the purest way to deal with myself in situations of uncertainty.” The Berlin based Arab- German singer and songwriter DALEE creates wonderful music for the soul.
The variations of light and shade play a vital role in this marvelous black and white shooting of photographer David Kirscher and model Gabriela Spader. All analog photography shot on Canon AE-1 and Rollei 135 RPX 400. Location is in Paris, France.
“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.
This dreamy series called “Bloom” took place in the apartment of photographer Lester Jones at Bondi Beach. “It was a chance to play with mixed formats o 120, 35mm and digital with a natural look and feel.”
WIbiza Feeling” is a 35mm film series about my sweet memories in September 2018. That time I was 22, just fell in love and the whole world was a big adventure to me. My boyfriend and I and our mutual friend took a spontaneous trip to Ibiza, and it was all about sleepless nights, moments of joy and electrifying parties.
“In March, my girlfriend Maria Camila and I went on vacation to San Andres Island and checked into an incredible beautiful hotel to enjoy and spend precious time together.” tells us Deivi García about his new C-Heads Exclusive.
Khazali’s minimal and warping summer track is a departure from his bedroom chill-pop. ‘Writing this helped me move on from a bad mind-space whilst holding onto my feelings’, says Khazali on his third release You’ll Be the One, which drops on our favourite Parisian label Kitsuné Musique. Perfect sound to start your weekend off right.
What´s your plan for today? We are getting Salty with French model Sonny Sun of Karin Models. Photographed by Ben Potier.
Another Tuesday, another day alive in a redefined world. It’s one pm and my paper thin curtains hangs still, a testimony to the warm windless weather outside. Golden rays like warm honey spill through my sheer white drapes and to my wooden floor as dusts like tiny flakes floats along the runway paved by the light shinning by.
“This is a moment of reflection. Emma wakes up with thoughts about the significant other in her life and although they are together at the moment, there is a contemplation of this idea of continuing to be “together”. Ultimately, it’s about the idea of staying or leaving.”
“I am very drawn to the tennis aesthetic, particularly the sporty style from the 80’s/90’s – adding to that I play tennis myself and the quarantine made me miss the tennis court, so it was natural to shoot at the court,” Jonathan Benbaruk tells us about his newest work starring Darianka S & Julia Myles of Next LA.
“This is my cat. His name is Oswald C. Cobblepaws, but he goes by many a name. The claw in the dark. The silver prince. The grey bear, or occasionally just beans. This is his lockdown story, usually used to space and time, having to spend 3 months locked down at home by a bored photographer with a roll of film.”
We’ve all had that feeling before – stuck in a rut, not knowing how to take the rollerskates off. Indie pop’s favorite bad girl Sizzy Rocket comes to terms with that on her new single “Rollerskating”. It’s a refreshing change of pace for the singer-songwriter, a mellower side she hasn’t shown much of since she emerged in the mid-2010s.
“When the lockdown restrictions have been lifted, we were able to continue the series we had in mind.” Coincidentally, it was Fête de la Musique in Paris where musical events are held in halls, bars, parks, gardens and even in some big Metro stations. And finally the streets of Paris were alive again.