PARIS LOVE-CHILD


Images published in Insider Tulum and as promotional material.


Paris Love-Child, the performer, singer, songwriter, and model, also known as the Portobello Princess. Originating from Notting Hill, Paris has performed in Ibiza, Berlin, London, New York and is currently based in Tulum. She combines house music with trap-style vocals that surpass your senses while dressing up the fun. Her latest project, the  Brass Band Bitches has been released for 2018.

OUGHT


Images published in  SPIN, Q Magazine, Beatroute, NOW, and as promotional material.


Based in Montreal, Ought are a thrilling and adventurous quartet, delivering an earnest and exuberant post-punk: dextrous and exacting while bursting with propulsive and fluid energy, as indebted to Cap’n Jazz as to Talking Heads. The band shifts adeptly from sharp angles and stuttering counterpoint to softer edges and chiming flow, the instrumental interplay consistently whipsmart, supple and deceptively simple. - Constellation



MATTHEW SAMWAYS


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Samways is a young upstart from Truro, the so-called 'hub' of Nova Scotia. Before touching the age of 20 he led the pitiless doom punk of Pig, started the Electric Voice imprint, and played sideman to Scribbler and the Friendly Dimension. He has once again departed on another musical continuum with his latest project. 

IVY MAIRI


Published in NOW Magazine and as promotional use.


Ivy Mairi is a heartfelt and exploratory singer-songwriter with a deep love for traditional folk music. Throughout her recordings, Ivy’s lyrics are quirky and personal, but have a universal quality that stays true to her love of classic song-craft – inspired equally by Neil Young, Lauryn Hill, and British folk singer Shirley Collins. She has toured extensively with her own band, and gospel-rock-revellers Bruce Peninsula, and has lent her voice to recordings by Isla Craig, Skydiggers, electronic producer Rene LaVice and also collaborates with cellist-singer Anne Bourne.

LIVE FOR YOU


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Caitlin Rae is the solo artist behind Live for You a dark wave dream pop collaboration project. Spending time between LA and Toronto Live For You releases their first EP for Summer 2018.

Sarah aka DJ MeTime


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Sarah is a multifaceted artist and DJ who began her career as an actor on Degrassi the Second Generation. She has created a DJ following as MeTime and began producing a web-series surrounding DJ and club culture in Toronto and Berlin. 

TIM DARCY


Published in Ladygunn Magazine.


Tim Darcy is a Canada-based songwriter, guitarist, and singer with an idiosyncratic delivery that can evoke a young David Byrne or Lou Reed. Known as leader of the high-intensity indie rock band Ought, he's also released more personal solo material. Darcy returned to indie rock in early 2017 with his first solo album. Collecting songs of a more personal nature that didn't quite fit with Ought, including a few that predated the band, Saturday Night also marked his debut with Jagjaguwar.
 

 

CONTESSA


Published in Irl Magazine


Contessa Stuto functions as the Mother of Cunt Mafia. Contessa started a rave called Whorehouse, which helped solidify Cunt Mafia as a vital house for Brooklyn’s underground party scene.

KORAKRIT


Published in IRL Magazine


Bangkok-raised artist Korakrit Arunanondchai puts a premium on collaboration—whether it’s photographing fellow downtown characters or combining music, video, and performance. His multi-disciplinary works have been exhibited at PS1 MoMa..etc

RORY LAVELLE


Published in NOW Magazine and as promotional use.


Rory Lavelle is a pop/folk artist from Toronto. He spends his time between Berlin and Toronto. His album Cassini was conceptually inspired by NASA's Cassini Spacecraft ending its 19 year journey around Saturn's Rings. The album was sent to NASA and broadcast as the craft completed its mission in September 2017.

LAKUTIS


Published in IRL Magazine.


Lakutis is a first generation Russian American rapper born in NYC and based in Washington Heights. His explosive style on stage is informed as much by rap as New York hardcore punk rock. He breaks boundaries with his innovative style that disregards classic rap conventions in favour of a more experimental structure.

PICTUREPLANE


Published in IRL Magazine.


Pictureplane, is an American electronic musician based in Brooklyn, NY. He first appeared in the music scene of Denver, Colorado making a name for himself at the warehouse where he also lived, Rhinoceropolis. He has been credited for coining the term "witch house".

LIL INTERNET


Published in IRL Magazine.


Julian Wadsworth aka Lil Internet is a director and counterculture visionary whose work continually sparks widespread online conversation. He’s directed for Beyoncé, Diplo, Skrillex and DKNY. A cross disciplinarian, Julian has produced music for Azealia Banks and is a former Director of Content for retail giant Karmaloop.com. His affinity toward subversive cultural concepts and market-driven art allow him to expertly navigate an ever-shifting trendscape.

ODD FUTURE


Published in IRL Magazine.


Domo Genesis (Domonique Cole),  Hodgy Beats(Gerard Long) ), and Left Brain (Vyron Turner) of Odd Future, filmed in NYC. 


Odd Future is an American hip hop collective originally from Los Angeles. The collective has grown and changed members throughout their years and outside of music, have collaboratively created an Adult Swim skit titled Loiter Squad. They also have a clothing line named Golf Wang, as well as a mobile app called Golf Media which contains exclusive interviews, behind the scenes clips, and cartoons. 

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