Record labels are quickly becoming less of a determinant of success, and some musicians have leveraged this new phenomenon to reach a larger audience.
Made In America is the sophomore record of the national touring pop-rock group Reverse Order, and it’s familiarity is really what sells it forward. Opening…
The awakening of adolescence is a theme in which has appeared in photography ever since it’s development. How an encounter with a camera shapes the future of photographer Jae Kim.
“I do not consider myself a photographer in the ‘artist’ sense. It is not about becoming a photographer, but more so a melding of the medium to your person.”
If dedication had a face, it would be Max Fischer in Wes Anderson’s Rushmore.
“There’s something about blasting rock ’n’ roll that gives you feelings no other kind of music can get. Good rock’n’roll has soul to it, no matter how edgy or refined you play it.”
An in-depth look into the life and journey of Laura Sly, New Jersey based graphic designer and motion animator, from designing for top brands across the globe to starting her own successful design company.
As early as 2012, Danish songwriter Mø had been leaving traces of her electronic soul to indie audiences around the globe with a series of singles and Bikini Daze, an EP that has made her debut LP one of the most anticipated records of the year.
Deep in the heart of Kearny, NJ lies a young artist looking to pursue her dreams. At only 17 years old, Shannon Stoia has already set a new precedent for young photographers with her experimental work.