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REVIEW | ‘Sorry Bro’ by Antwan Horfee at Ruttkowski;68 Gallery, Cologne

Since entering the gallery environment six years ago, Parisian artist Antwan Horfee, quickly breached the ever-present shadow, some graffiti writers carry well into their art years. Extracting the energy in his street work at stretched canvas, Horfee has firmly established himself in spaces around the world, travelling as far as The United States, Sweden and even our little city… Continue reading REVIEW | ‘Sorry Bro’ by Antwan Horfee at Ruttkowski;68 Gallery, Cologne

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VIDEO | Utah & Ether ‘Probation Vacation: Lost In Asia’ Episode 11 – China Part 1

EPISODE 11 - CHINA 🇨🇳 PART 1 (SHENZHEN, GUANGZHOU, NANJING, WUHAN) Read the story of Utah & Ether in China inside the book! Coming up: 🇨🇳 Part 2 Read The Fourth Walls review of the Probation Vacation: Lost in Asia Book here Get the book here UTAH & ETHER – THE GRIFTERS Click here for… Continue reading VIDEO | Utah & Ether ‘Probation Vacation: Lost In Asia’ Episode 11 – China Part 1

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REVIEW | ‘Freedom Time 3’ with Jeremy Underground, Sadar Bahar, Hugo Mendez and more | Coburg Velodrome

Every single Saturday, every single week, 52 times a year, 5:01 pm becomes an amazing time for yours truly. Having gone through a number of second winds throughout the 5 day work week, there always seems to be one more creeping up on me the second it ticks over 5pm. For the next two days, I… Continue reading REVIEW | ‘Freedom Time 3’ with Jeremy Underground, Sadar Bahar, Hugo Mendez and more | Coburg Velodrome

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REVIEW | Jeff Mills, Derrick May and The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra at The Sidney Myer Music Bowl

  Fusion has always been a word I've avoided when it comes to the creative field. Call me small minded, but the idea of putting contrasting ideas together (oil and water if you will), has never been a necessity in putting forth a new dimension to any evolving art form. Detroit techno in particular is… Continue reading REVIEW | Jeff Mills, Derrick May and The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra at The Sidney Myer Music Bowl