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Slow Magic’s new EP: Triangle

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By Mkaio in New Music on Tuesday 4 June 2013

Somewhere buried in label-land, a new subgenre of electronic music is invented with each slight shift of subtle variation and divergence. These labels don’t offend me, but they also have become so minute and marginalized that a movement like “post-rock”, “chillwave” or even “dubstep” is deemed dead, practically stillborn. A style that is seen as new and inventive […]

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J3 Concepts: awesome graffiti-style vector illustrations

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By Mkaio in New Illustration on Monday 3 June 2013

Based in Seattle, Washington, freelance vector artist Jared Nickerson creates truly unique and stunning artwork. His pieces often play together through layers of line art, images collage and coexist creating flows of flowers, ferns, fists. Stacks of shapes, piles of pipes and pieces of industry. The layers, colors, collage all coming together in a creative balanced whole. The style is […]

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Holy Motors: A movie about movies

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By Mkaio in New Film on Monday 3 June 2013

A movie about movies is not new. But Holy Motors is not Day For Night or The Last Picture Show. It is not a narrative melodrama highlighting the process of production or the struggles of the stars. It is not about the movie within a movie. It is about cinema. It is about role playing. It is about […]

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Beyond The Black Rainbow: an 80s-style horror movie

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By Mkaio in Video on Thursday 30 May 2013

In 1983, a young woman is locked away at a state-of-the-art experimental facility, doped and duped into controlling her special powers by a demented doctor. Held prisoner, her psychedelic reality is pushed to the test as the doctor’s sanity begins slipping, and the young woman must escape the facility before it is too late. Originally […]

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Stunning modern vacation housing in Swizerland

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By Mkaio in Cool Travel on Thursday 30 May 2013

Living off the grid, escaping the compliant, complacent, commercial lifestyle of everyday Western living, has long been a fantasy of mine. Living inside a hill, or under one, or under a waterfall, or over a stream – that has been another life-long dream to build a unique home, completely enveloped in natural surroundings. I recently came […]

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