When did I realize that human beings could go crazy for a film? When the first Star Wars movie hit the street in 1977. I remember driving past movie theaters, looking out of the back seat our Datsun at long lines of people waiting to see this film. My mom
Some voices have an effect on me that almost cannot be described because of the impact they have had on my life. Some voices are like long drives towards the desert horizon into an unforgettable sunset. Some voices are eternity and will always be a part of the fabric of
Text via Another mag As Irish Rich correctly said, “Bill Ray wasn’t the Lone Ranger…”meaning he wasn’t the only dude photographing the ’60s bikers/hippies/counterculture in a meaningful way – share the love.That being said, he did capture some really stunning images of the original Hells Angels of Berdoo and their
When you walk through a subway in NYC, all sort of things run through you mind, both conscious and unconscious. Billboards are everywhere, with messages shaping how you navigate this urban weirdo landscape. The new art project by Jon Burgerman entitled Headshot shows how violent and threatening many of these
JK Potter is an artist with an imagination that is rooted in the magic of the underworld and for many years. He has created horror images that could even give the dead nightmares. I love the way his work has mad scents vibe about that keeps my eyes glued to
Text and Photos: Darryl Reid Hard Charger Fredericton’s Hard Charger play some grotesque bastardization of Crust, D-beat and Death Metal that is fucking brutal. I don’t know what’s in the water on the east coast of Canada, but they need to ship some of that shit over here.