Music & Film, stories

Queer Female Duo NIMMO: A Force of Inspiration

British electro-pop outfit NIMMO, once a 5 piece band spanning 10 years, has evolved into a powerful charismatic female queer duo. Their original electronic band has transitioned the many genres to expressing itself as a marriage of euphoric symphony of sounds with catchy upbeat dance-floor grooves, as heard in their latest remix of IYVES’s track […]

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Fashion & Art, shoots

‘Vulnerability Is Our Power’ Explores Queer Intimacy

‘Vulnerability Is Our Power’ is an exploration of queer intimacy and emotionality outside of societal norms that teach us that they are signs of weakness. We speak with our bodies to the power of connection, and the strength it takes to be truly vulnerable. Concepts of power in the world today leave us disconnected and […]

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Music & Film, news

Queer Pop Duo Willing Get ‘Hungry’ Exploring Gay Hook-Up Culture

Melbourne music project Willing is a queer-pop duo who are making sensual waves with enticing lyrics and accompanying vibrantly saucy visuals. Willing has just released their sizzling new single, ‘Hungry’, which is a horny trap-rock jam interrogating gay hook up culture. It’s irreverent and thirsty. The video is a queercore fever dream, campy and fabulous and […]

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Fashion & Art, shoots

Daddy + Pup Explores a Non-Traditional Expression of Love

‘Daddy + Pup’ is a photo series inspired by rose-tinted, old-timey wedding photographs from the old Wild West days, the form and style refreshed for a modern depiction of a non-traditional expression of love, kink and submission between two idiosyncratic lovers. Credits Director/Photographer: Bart Seng Wen Long @antibart Stylist: Bridget Finn @sir.daddy.longlegs Photo Assistant: Millie Hardigham […]

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Punks and Pollution: Destructive Nature of Capitalist Consumerism

‘Punks and Pollution’ (2018-2019) is a photographic response to the detrimental and possibly irreversible effect climate change and fast fashion is having on the environment, society and people living within that society. This editorial presents an anti-establishment punk attitude and the demonstration of how destructive capitalist consumerism is for the environment and society. Photographer Phoebe […]

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