A PIVOTAL ARTIST IN BREAKING DOWN WALLS: ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG

November 1, 2019 / Jesse Rintoul


















Robert Rauschenberg
Cover Page, Stoned Moon Book, 1970
Collage of photographs, watercolor, press type, acetate,
graphite, and colored pencil on illustration board
16 in x 20 1/8 in
© Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

GETTING TO KNOW SAGAN LOCKHART

July 10. 2018 / Jesse Rintoul


  Photography Sagan Lockhart @saganlockhart, Detroit 2011
domogenesis @domogenesis, Tyler, The Creator @feliciathegoat, Mike G @gomikeg, Syd @syd, Vyron @thatniggaleft1k

THE NEVERENDING TOUR: AN INTERVIEW WITH PARCELS

February 18, 2019 / Jesse Rintoul

Parcels, the music of a heated summer evening when the sun dips, the same music that warms us through an icy winter. The band of five that has kept the good times rolling all over europe in 2018 originally formed in Byron Bay, Australia and migrated to Berlin where they are based. When they’re not taking on an insane touring schedule that practically demands them in a new country every other day. With the release of their helplessly catchy self titled album “Parcels” the world has a new boyband, and they’re back in Australia. They have a dream run playing The Triffid in Brisbane on the 9th, Brunswick Heads NSW, The Metro Theatre in Sydney and finishing on the 14th 170 Russel in Melbourne. After taking the music that they pour themselves into writing, rehearsing and performing to so many stages the boiling point is being reached, they can do no wrong now. Thinking back on it, having no idea who they were or their music when last year started, it’s a different story alltogether now.

Lauded for their work by the likes of Daft Punk, Conan O'Brien, Harpers Bazaar and British Vogue we learn more about where their mellow electricity originates. ︎
Photography Jean F. R Raclet @jeanraclet


   
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