Culture/Lifestyle

Watch FKA Twigs’ “Baltimore Dance Project” Documentary

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Back in July, FKA twigs hosted a free dance workshop in Baltimore alongside her team of choreographers and dancers. It was an open invite to anyone over 18, and select participants were invited to dance with twigs at her Baltimore show. The whole thing was filmed for a new documentary presented by WeTransfer.

What We Learnt From Day Two at EMC Sydney 2016

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After attending EMC Sydney 2016 for the completion of Day One, it was clear that the Electronic Music Conference was more about the music. It was more for those wanting to get in the business or who already are and wanting to learn more about managing their brands, artists, labels and audiences.
Day One left us energised and wanting to go straight home to start working. As for Day Two? Read on to find out our thoughts.

What We Learnt From Day One at EMC Sydney 2016

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Yesterday, the EMC (Electronic Music Conference) kicked things off in Sydney at the ivy.
EMC Sydney 2016 saw members of the local and international industry talking about what makes electronic music tick through various workshops and back-to-back panel discussions. Read on to find out what we learnt from Day One.

Mercedes-Benz Presents MADE SYDNEY

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MADE Sydney is a one-of-a-kind event that will celebrate the best of Sydney’s fashion, skate and music scenes this month and you’re invited to come along to check it out.

Do you still need to be convinced? Read on if you do.

Your Social Media Nightmares Are Brought To Life in KENZO’s “The Realest Real”

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Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein has directed a new short film, The Realest Real, for KENZO’s fall-winter campaign. It premiered during KENZO’s New York Fashion Week show, and basically parodies the social media era with references to “followers,” “the cloud,” and the buzzword of endearment “mom” are all manifested as “really real” physical realities, via a shady establishment called the Institute of the Real.
Watch it now.