Acid Dancer is a new editorial by writer and photographer, Paul Kwiatkowski. It is currently featured in the We Don’t Care issue of C-Heads Magazine. Acid Dancer is an excerpt from his upcoming novel and photo essay, And Every Day Was Overcast. It reads in part: ‘On the other side of Nicole’s door I heard the soft throb of trance music. I stopped short of knocking to breath in. I allowed a collection of scents — Aquanet hairspray, clove cigarette smoked, gas station incense—to settle in my lungs. Combined with Nicole’s feminine scent, I thought of an ocean I’d like to drown in’.
Lazy Fascist Press presents The Obese, a bloody satire about body image and America’s obesity epidemic. The Obese reads like Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds – with obese people. Written by Shirley Jackson Award-winner, Nick Antosca, author of Fires and Midnight Picnic.
Damien Lafargue is a French photographer living and working in Paris. He is the co-founder and member of the photography collective, Get The Picture. His personal work is meditative yet possesses a striking concentration on the subtle humor often overlooked in modern life.
Luis is by Niles Atallah, Cristobal Leon and Joaquin Cociña and is by far one of the most breathtaking uses of stop-motion animation. Luis is the second short video of the series, Lucía, Luis y el lobo, (”Lucía, Luis and the Wolf”). The video captures the menacing visuals of a childhood nightmare where shadows on […]
Nick Antosca’s second novel, Midnight Picnic, is an ethereal slow burn. The book takes place in an after-life loosely resembling the American wasteland of desolate highway culture. The plot is a revenge fantasy trapped in some netherworld between night and dusk. Parts of it read like the imagery of a Bill Henson photo.
Prior to his feature length debut, Animal Kingdom, David Michôd wrote and directed Crossbow, one of my favorite short films of all time: ‘A kid. His mum and dad. The sex and drugs. And the boy next door who watched the whole thing unravel’. Crossbow is a nervy coming of age, with one of the […]
Boduf Songs features stark, richly layered musical compositions by hushed crooner Matthew Sweet. At times, Boduf Songs glean off bands such as Angels of Light and Matt Elliot, while retaining an original sound of brooding psychedelia.
Get The Picture is a French photo cooperative of concurring photographers. They flex an international roster of unique talent. The site’s work is often subtle, yet vivid, staying with the viewer long after the last image is seen.
During the summer of 2011, I traveled to Haiti to explore the country and to document a rarely seen Vodou pilgrimage. These images and stories are taken from this journey. [Read more about this series at Feature Shoot]
Matthew Stokoe’s first novel, Cows, is by far the most brutal, imaginative and exciting book I have ever read. Whether Stokoe is writing about nefarious talking cows, the American dream, high and disfigured on its own celebrity obsession, or of sinister bygone secrets that smother a small town, Stokoe’s gritty, page-turning narratives and hyper-violent subject […]
Anthony Karen is a former Marine, bouncer, bodyguard, and a seriously badass photojournalist. His approach to photo documentary is profoundly personal and exclusive. He’s gained access to Klan rallies, Voodoo rituals, and the Westboro Baptist Church.
Disfiguring the Goddess is a guttural death metal band designed to alienate women, parents and normies. These guys take the pummeling, cookie monster shtick to a cartoonish almost surreal level. God bless them for it.
Mondo Boys is a New York/Los Angeles mixtape and sound collage collaborative that have compiled some of the finest, most obscure musical tracks. Each song ebbs and flows into the next beautifully. These seasonally-themed compilations are perfect for dreamy cross-country road trips.