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See: Cane Morto’s Amo-Te Lisboa
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See: Cane Morto’s Amo-Te Lisboa

Italian street art collective, Cane Morto, will be releasing a film chronicling two wild months of unauthorized street painting in Lisbon. Amo-Te Lisboa: An Ignominious Street Art Movie looks to be a somewhat surrealist take on their painting endeavors, centering the story around a “cruel dead-dog deity called Txakurra, which gives [Cane Morto] the power to paint together as a … Continue reading

Listen: Songs of July We Love
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Listen: Songs of July We Love

Chelsea Wolfe-Grey Days- Chelsea Wolfe’s new single is lovely, eerie, and atmospheric. The instrumentation of “Grey Days” is dark with an industrial feel. Wolfe’s pretty voice hovers above it like a light at the end of the tunnel. The song is off of her upcoming album Abyss, due out August 7th. Suggestion by Sarah Elliott. Landlines -Things Haven’t Been The Same (Since … Continue reading

Listen: Day Wave.
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Listen: Day Wave.

Jackson Phillips, of Carousel, has a new indie-pop solo project called Day Wave.  He is self-releasing the EP Headcase today; July 17th with a tour to follow.  Catch all the low-fi goodness live at the Phoenix Hotel (San Francisco) on August 4th.  If you are unable to catch that show you will have another chance at The Independent on September 21st where Day Wave will … Continue reading

Through the Looking Glass: The Retro-Modern Photography of Samantha Metzner
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Through the Looking Glass: The Retro-Modern Photography of Samantha Metzner

People are increasingly alienated from their hands. Hands that made buildings and sidewalks, bridges, and medicine. These days, machines do much of our art for us. This is not a bad thing, quite the opposite. Without Photoshop many photographers and illustrators would not have as much of a presence as they do online. Word processing … Continue reading