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Monthly Archives: June 2014

FOOTBALL CULTURE 01

The world cup in Brazil is in full swing (and we’d be lying if we said that we weren’t interested, with the games running in the background more often than not), with Germany in the spotlight once again tonight. In the meantime, our dear friend and photographer Christian Frey has teamed up with journalist Kai [...]

MONDAY MUSIC: FKA TWIGS

As beloved Twigs is making the hyperventilating rounds of the Internet in the run-up to the August release of her first album, let’s bask for a moment in the glories of last year, when EP2 perfected the icy, broken-up sound of EP1, promising a new future for that tired genre of R’n’B. Sadly, her [...]

PRINTS

Browsing through the diverse work of Jesper Waldersten. Jesper has illustrated books, contributed to daily newspapers and exhibited at galleries as one of sweden’s most prominent contemporary illustrators. A lot of his drawings seem to convey a kind of irony of the decaying body or point out the irrelevance of certain everyday situations; his style [...]

Treasures of Graz

Discovering my small, but with 270.000 inhabitants second biggest (home-)town of Austria through a brand new web blog I am totally surprised about what neat, new and partially forgotten treasures it has got. One special you should know about is the smallest gallery space (probably world-wide), the very much beloved ‘Stadtpark-Hansis’ and a curch window [...]

THE TRUE ANTHEMS OF THE WORLD CUP

With the World Cup going on all the attention seems to be focused on Brazil, and eventually the country’s social situation becomes a topic. It’s no news that Brazilian favelas are a main issue that, until recently, seemed to deserve little attention from the side of the country’s ruling class. But with the mass cleansing [...]

BEAUTEOUS CAMELS

Istanbul, Beirut, Belgrade or Sofia… Which one is the new Berlin? Leaving the unnecessary discussion behind, one shall focus on what comes from those idiosyncratic geographies.
The musician Gaye Su Akyol, one of the cool women of the band Seni Görmem İmkansız, has released her solo album. Develerle Yaşıyorum (I have been living with Camels) is [...]

MONDAY MUSIC: MANFREDAS

I’d never heard of Manfredas before today either, but from the depths of Lithuania reaches us one of the most entertaining music videos I’ve seen in a while… THE EN indeed.

BLOOMING POTT

Indie animation mainstay since “My First Crush,” (2007), her plaintive ode to infatuation, Julia Potts has in the last seven years only grown as an artist. Her most recent offering, “The Event,”  places her wry melancholy and signature animal-like creatures into landscapes that merge live-action images of Montauk and hand-drawn animation.  The digitalized special effects [...]

POOLSIDE FM

Sat outside? Maybe even next to pool (not likely), well give Poolside FM a listen its perfect for the good weather. No need to hassle through your itunes libary. Poolside delivers the old classic 80’s tunes with super VHS visuals! It’s created by created by Marty Bell and Grant MacLennan and it received 30,000 visitors in [...]

THIRD DRAWER DOWN CELEBRATION

Join the 10% off Third Drawer Down celebration! That’s 10% off of everything, lock stock and barrel! The Third Drawer Down Prahan Belated Birthday Bash gets underway Saturday (28th June) next week!
New Third Drawer Down Prahran Store
155 Greville Street
Prahran VIC 3181
Australia