ugh this is so fucking incredible! by Ize produced by Acemo
I could make out a bit of what he was sayin, but like I said, I never was good at foreign talk. Henry Dumas, ‘Ark of Bones’ Most of these writings often originate from conversations with friends and family. I want to express gratitude in how none of what happens here or within us occurs … Continue reading Black Care, Blue Notes
Dweller alum Jasmine Infiniti, just released her new record BXTCH SLAP choc full of bangers that makes me so nostalgic and crave the club, my fave tracks: HOTT & WELL FAIR. Go support via bandcamp below
Photography by Guarionex Rodriguez, Jr
“This is a conversation I had with Hannah from Queer Sounds podcast and the amount of messages i received from Somali queer folx and other QTBPOC folx and also cishets was really heartwarming. And that is one of the reasons why i share my stories, so it can reach others that it will hopefully resonate … Continue reading Queer Sounds Podcast: Episode 11
by Ryan Clarke A tweet from a dear friend kickstarted so much thought in my head for how to give context to concepts I had in mind for my thoughts on Southern Electronics. The tweet is in response to someone longing for the powerhouse vocals we once heard on the radio decades past; “ …it’s … Continue reading Space Is Our Place: Notes on Southern Electronics
By Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson For me working out is linked to my mental stability, since the pandemic people’s routines have been shattered as has peoples mental health. I love the physical benefits obviously but for me they’re not as important as the mental. That being said, not sure how much worth is in comparing the … Continue reading A workout plan to help stabilize your mental chaos.
photos by ting
bossa nova civic club, dweller 2, feb 2020, brooklyn Photography by Ting (Make Techno Black Again/ Hecha)
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