Cold November an intimate creation

Cold November is the refreshing tale of a rural matriarchal family and their history with the custom of modern-day hunting. The story revolves around adolescent Florence (Bijou Abas) and is as much a coming of age tale as it is a cultural study. There is hardship, there is family, but most of all, there is just … Continue reading Cold November an intimate creation


Giving the heart a hand

A good documentary enthralls and informs you, even if you went into it without any clue of what it was about. “We have heard a lot about the invisible hand of markets, let us bring the invisible heart of markets to help those whom the invisible hand has left behind.” This statement by Sir Ronald … Continue reading Giving the heart a hand

‘Fantasy’ drenched with reality

  Samara Von Rad's first release is a fun little EP named Fantasy. This thoughtful collection (which she hopes will grow into a full-blown album) contains enough high-quality musicianship to make you forget that this rad-badness is as indie as fuck. Track reviews: Zombie in Love A driving rhythm that is sonically and lyrically locomotive. The … Continue reading ‘Fantasy’ drenched with reality