Magda
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Magda

Magda Wintar were born and raised in the Central European country of Poland. Being a neutrois musician, novelist, and researcher, they chose to reject the society which constantly discriminated against them and bought their own forest, on the edge of which they now live. Magda spend their days writing, and composing music - the kind of music you need to put your hands in the earth to understand.

CvltureFeaturedSocial Justice

There’s been a lot of talk about terrorism in Canada these past several days, and it shouldn’t surprise us. What are the reactions to such violent acts that we expect? Retaliation? Yes. Panic? Maybe. Everything getting blow way out of proportion with people acting stupid? Of course. The people of

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DocumentariesFeaturedFilm

Is 18 minutes enough to explain why anyone would remove their fingers or have completely black eyeballs? Yes. And no. All the time in the world won’t be enough if you even have to begin explaining. It’s something you must understand instantly, not with your mind and reasoning, but with

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ArtFeaturedIllustration

Hey guys! Musical Shamanism – The Book (working title, so to speak) is becoming more and more real, and we’ve got a special treat for all you artistically-inclined people out there. Your artwork could become the books official cover! You can enter the contest by submitting your design to us

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DoomMusic

Polish heavy music has received a lot of media attention during the the past fifteen years or so, but mostly because of the wrong bands (yeah I said it, wut). As with any music scene, the age old truth is still rings: the best bands are hidden amid the ones

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Social Justice

We have everything we need to live comfortably within the reach of our hands and wallets. We can choose what to eat, what to discard, what to wear, and what to drive. We can visit places where they’ll feed us and entertain us. We have medication available for almost every

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Movies

Sion Sono’s work is a great introduction to Japanese cinema for those who had no previous contact with it – indeed, hard to believe as it is, there are people in this world who never heard of masterpiece movies such as “Ran” or “Throne in Blood“. Some of them haven’t

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