Little Dragon are up there in my list of great bands that continually innovate, so I’m glad that we are about to get treated to another record from the group. With new album Nabuma Rubberband on the horizon, I’m glad that the new single Klapp Klapp sounds great.
It’s World Book Day today, and to celebrate, we’ve listed 8 of our favourite books, graphic novels, and general reads. This isn’t a review of each title by no means, but more of an appreciation of the stories, word play and creativity from the authors and contributors. Check our list below with each synopsis as well as links to purchase each title.
Our 3 picks this time round is a classic retro pop fusion of poolside jams. Starting with an amazing remix by Sydney’s duo LeMarquis, they bring us their version of Fences by Phoenix. Followed by a pick from Alan Braxe’s ‘Moments in Time EP’ which is a comfortable venture into synth-pop territory.
Chances are you’ve never heard of Abdul Kircher, but that’s fine, short doc is the perfect introduction to his world. The short version is this: he’s a young photographer with a simple but great philosophy towards his art; every person is a story.
Marta Grossi is a Hong Kong based artist who literally eats her work. That is, at least with her temporary project titled Banana Graffiti (bananart as I like to call it). The project demonstrates that any artist can find a canvas to work with, and that art is all around us everyday, everywhere.