A couple of weeks ago, I went to Coachella Weekend 1 with my brother. It was the first musical festival I’ve ever been to, and it did not disappoint. It was an amazing adventure with lots of good music, weird people and weird food (both good weird and weird weird), no sleep, lots of sand and dust and sunscreen, and enough memories for a lifetime.
Emily was kind enough to send over her killer photos of Diet Cig from their show at Boot & Saddle in Philly last week, and Savana doodled on ’em for your viewing pleasure. Check out Diet Cig on tour now and be sure to listen to their new record, Swear I’m Good at This!
Collages and writing by Andrea MG
David Bowie has this album called The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars it’s about an extraterrestrial rock star who comes to Earth and tries to save the world through his music. I love that album. I’m huge fan of music, and he is, by far, one of my favorite musicians. He was so important for all of the people who felt different and strange and I’m definitely one of them.
For me, Bowie was pretty extraordinary.
Here’s to Bowie and his fans.
These photos are both an ode to the great David Bowie and to my friend Kyra. We have been close for a long time and although we have both “changed” a lot and grown up in the past year, we are still close. These photos were taken throughout the last year, the most recent being from this summer. Although every friendship has ups and downs as people become more and more themselves, the ones that stick by you are important.
Every year I round up a group of pals and head downtown for a Monster Mash featuring photography and fun makeup. Despite a hurricane, a power outage, and more than a few fallen trees, the tradition continued this October. Here are the pictures from this year accompanied by a collection of my favorite spooky tunes. Hope you enjoy!
Thanks to Ava for helping with makeup.
This past weekend,at 787 Windsor, I attended Atlanta’s AFROPUNK Fest. Ever since I first heard about the music festival last year- it’s meant to be a gathering for the young black alternative (weird) kids- I knew immediately that I wanted to go. Last year’s AFROPUNK was sadly cancelled due to the weather condition, but luckily this year’s festival was able to withstand any weather challenges.