The teenage musical prodigy Abi Hudson shares her debut single Fragile Around You in this interview about vulnerability, openness and musical influences.
The 2% mermaid shares her début track Talk to Me, and talks to us about the eight most glorious stuff in her world.
An accumulation of hella creepy yet hella funny YouTube vids for your Halloween.
Taking pictures which embody everything that the word dreaminess can embody is only to be expected from a photographer with an online portfolio called “The Dream”. Yet, New York University student Jheyda produces photographs that confront reality in the most stunning of ways. She mercilessly dissects issues such as the fixation on Eurocentric beauty, LGBTQ youth and body insecurities whilst …
If you hate feeling unwelcome, you should make sure you don’t make others feel the same.
A DIY tutorial to store all your paperwork, homework, whatever-work.
Also the first installation in the Sunday Funday series!
Broadway, also known as The Great White Way, has been in need of some colour for a long time now. Theatre should be leading the way in the media for popularising equality amongst all races, since it’s been around for ages… but it’s not.
HOWEVER, there are some amazing musicals, from Broadway or otherwise, that spread the message that melanin and musicals are an awesome mix. Make some music for African-American musicals!
A public plee to appreciate corners for what they REALLY are: the backbone of our society.
Welcome to the cyber community, the best and worst place you could ever find yourself.
An interview with the LA artist about vulnerability, confidence and song-writing. Accompanied with the new video to her début single Nine Matches, the melancholy artist opened up about it her song process, how she fell into music, what she’ll be up to next; who she’s been working with and family videos of her singing before she could walk.
A guide to losing your love for procrastination and opening the door to productivity.
I finished school and started thinking.
A public decree of adoration for French band Moodoïd, as part of the “Five Francophone Favourites” series. Moodoid themselves said they loved it on Twitter (true story) so, like, read this.