Written by Nora Whelan Photos by Shelly Simon Click Logo for Story
The sea of colors, sizes, and glam that greet you at Afropunk is truly refreshing. I thought I was attending a music festival, held globally year-round in different dynamic cities and places, but it’s way more than that. Click Logo for Full Story, Interview and Photos from the Fest
When SAMMUS takes the stage, you put down your phone and prepare to let loose. Like a freshly lit fire, the flames that ignite words from Enongo Lumumba-Kasongo (aka Sammus ) coupled with those burning-hot homemade beats creates a fire within you that’s hard to put out. Click Logo for
40 Days and 40 Nights on Drums with Elise Okusami of Oceanator READ ONLINE HERE!
Read my report on Brooklyn’s version of SXSW! 2017 Festival Report_ Northside Festival – Tom Tom Magazine My shots from the shows
The 25th Annual New York City Dyke March was held on June 24th, 2017 Click logo to see the full album (150 photos)
Pie Face Girls are a feminist, politically charged, “punk rock riot grrl” band The North Carolina trio uses their platform for performance, pleasure and to talk about the pressing political and social issues of their city, state, country and the world at large x Read the full article via Spark