Simona and Daphne (SaD) release ‘Saturn Rules The Material World’ on 12″ Vinyl, through Trans-Brunswick Express. Back Cover Art and press photography by FAINT.
Visual assets created for Kult Kyss’ new single ‘God Is A Bassline’, out now everywhere via TMRW music. Set against a backdrop of dusty desert hues, a mechanical claw inspired by the form of the bass clef cradles a central sphere as they morph in and out of embrace in a ritualistic dance
Artwork for Simona Castricum’s Vinyl LP release of ‘Panic / Desire’, available to stream and for purchase here. ‘Panic/Desire’ is the third full length album from Melbourne electronic artist Simona Castricum — an allegory about gender nonconformity lived in the spaces between urban and digital realms. Featuring 2020’s single ‘Supertouch’ (ft m8riarchy) and 2019’s the […]
Lucas George of LoVision in conversation with producer, performer and founder of record label Yes Rave, Simo Soo.
Lupa J Interviewed by Elle TaylaPhotography by FAINT As someone who’s primarily been labelled a pop artist, it must be freeing to finally be able to bend the rules by exploring different genres like techno and EDM. Have you found that exploring the grittier, more hard-hitting side of production whilst still being able to make […]
Memphis LK interviewed by Soft ApproachHair and Make Up Liz SharpStylist Georgie GiffordShot at Wicked of Oz StudioDirection and Photography by FAINT You are a very politically active artist who is always engaged in using their platform for advocation of positive and support of things that need supporting. Do you see this as an integral […]
Kult Kyss Interviewed Callum Baker (elkkle)Hair and Make Up Liz SharpShot at Wicked Of OzPhotography by FAINT As a duo, it’s hard to say you’re greater than the sum of your parts. Could you describe yourselves and the many facets of your creative output?We’re Jack & Claire, otherwise known by our individual artist / producer […]
Rainbow Chan Interviewed by Corin IlletoHair and Make Up Liz SharpShot at Wicked Of OzPhotography by FAINT The first Rainbow Chan interview I read was a feature in Oyster Magazine a couple of years ago where you referred to your music at the time as “confessional”. Do you still see your music as confessional, telling […]
HVNCOQ interviewed by Nicholas Gray Photography by FAINT Can you tell us a little about your writing process is there a particular process you like to work? I really like working from scratch building the beat and writing the song simultaneously. I think it makes the final product feel like a song and not just […]
How do you deal with writers block? The advice I was given which I still use is that when you have a creative block, work on your craft from a more technical angle. Eventually the flow of creativity comes back as your life introduces inspiring changes. The key is to keep the muscle of making […]