They know Indie films, pity they don’t know much about comma usage, or do they?
He was responsible for reviving Skateboarder Magazine, and is credited with helping popularise and define the skateboarding scene during its rebirth in the ’70s.
He passed away in 2006, aged 59.
Xavier Rudd, the Australian one-man band will be coming to South Africa, for his first South African tour, this March to promote his latest album, ‘Spirit Bird’.
He’ll be playing a couple of shows, the details of which have not been released yet, but as is normal, speculation is rife.
Having released seven albums, the last four of which have peaked in the top ten in the Aussie charts, this is likely to be an irie-fest, the likes of which we have yet to see.
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Stream ‘Spirit Bird’ here.
Neil Harbisson was born with achromatopsia, a condition that causes complete colour blindness.
In 2004, Harbisson and Adam Montandon developed the eyeborg, a device that allows people to perceive colour through sound waves
Harbisson has claimed to be the first recognised cyborg in the world, as his passport photo now includes his device.
Erwan Fichou is a French photographer who likes to take pictures because of their ‘dynamic potential, their ability to spark and build projections, interactions and narrative framework mechanisms that structure reality.’
That’s a lot of talk, here’s his series Dogwool, where he photographed dogs and their masters wearing coats or sweaters from that dogs hair.