This is a great story about the power of art, passion, and social media. Lars wanted to shoot dance and Theresa wanted to put her dance into the world. It took a classic Swedish [...]
The story of Stones Throw Records, an avant-garde label whose love for music found some of the most influential acts in hip-hop and beyond, reveals some heavy history of underground influence. I doubt there [...]
In recent events another topic came to light, the stage names of famous artists. Last month, US bands Lady Antebellum and Dixie Chicks renamed themselves due to links with the slavery era. After that DJ The Black Madonna stopped using her own moniker and changed it to Blessed Madona.
We love our creative friends and as you know, 2020 is the year of support so here we are using our platform to spread the new piece by Farah & Olivia from Potpourri crew, Austria, Salzburg. In these turbulent times, we have to raise our voices, use our platforms, and get together to help each other to make the world a better place.
Artist3 is a dancer who listens to music with his whole body. The feeling of flow in his body is induced by music without any genre barriers. Through his selection, he spreads this feeling to the bodies of other homo-sapiens, who can not really tell what it is, but they know its sexy!
Let me take you back, Back In Time, to Paris, 7 years ago. In this time, youtube is a significant new thing, and video creators are experimenting with different ways of capturing dancers. And dancers are exploring the possibilities of expressing themself through the lens of a camera. The video recently overcomes 1 million views, so I thought it’s a great time to bring it back to life.
Stand-up legend Dave Chappelle released an “unrefined” half-hour special on Friday, titled “8:46,”. It is not his usual comedy performance giving the circumstances and brutal death of George Floyd. In his unique manner, Chappelle addresses racial issues in the United States, his view on celebrity involvement, and examining murders of people of colour due to police brutality.