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PET x Live Fast Mag throw a Halloween Party at the Standard Hollywood with some incredible DJ’s :)

Along the River

Awarradam - Steps

Awarradam - Village HAIR

Commewijne Bridge

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French Guiana-7

French Guiana-Prision Bath

GATE KEEPER

GUIDE IN BLUE

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In Clouds

Jungle Courts

Middle of the World

Pineapples

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snake

Somewhere Peaceful

St Laurent

TANG

The Man of Suriname

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by NVS

Suriname Journal

Collection of Photographs taken while in Suriname, 2014
Series 1 of Research & Documentation

In 2014, traveling back to her native Surinamese roots to establish an on-going research and documentation project exploring the core of her identity in a country made up of 90% rainforest.
Along the journey, NVS was sent into the Amazon to visit Maroon villages and to the top of Suriname at Galibi beach with the Carib Indingeous tribe on a video and photo project commissioned from Surinamese Holistic Healer, Loraine Van Tuyl, PhD.

The Suriname Journal is does not end in 2014, Nicole Van Straatum is finding ways to further discover her heritage through personal and sourced experience, photography, writings, and interviews. Series 1 is only the first chapter of Nicole’s life-long voyage of cultural, historical, and individual understanding of being a second generation Surinamese-American.

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DROOL is an audio-visual album created by Cara Stricker, Australian born multi-disciplinary artist in photography, direction and music, and John Kirby, LA Born keyboardist, producer and songwriter best known for his work as part of Sébastien Tellier, Blood Orange, Kindness and Rodriguez.

Terrible Records released the audio-visual Album internationally in June of 2015, through limited edition cassette tapes providing individualised access to the album scored film, coinciding with a video clip, live performances and instillations throughout New York.

The female embodiment of DROOL is performed by Cara Stricker (vocals, guitar, keys), and Madeline O’Moore (keys, electronica), Kate Levitt (Percussion). Various collaborating musicians are invited for live performances.

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Portraits taken exclusively for Milk by Natalia Parsonson.

Whole story on MILK “ ABBEY LEE & CARA STRICKER ON YOUR NEW FAV ART PROJECT [EXCLUSIVE]:
https://milk.xyz/feature/abbey-lee-cara-stricker-on-your-new-fav-art-project-exclusive/

music-monday

Half Taiwanese-half french and currently based in Paris, Louise Chen founded the Girls Girls Girls night at Social Club in 2012 inviting acts like Kelela, Sampha, Jackmaster, Moxie, Ikonika, Lil Silva, etc. always aiming to bring together live performers and club culture. After a 5 year run, she now promotes Summer Parties under the pun-name “Chentertainement”, so far inviting prestigious guests Methodman & Redman to perform live! Parallel to her promoter job, Louise has always written about music and travel in magazines like Modzik, I Heart Magazine, Snatch Magazine and she’s had the chance to host a segment on France’s national Mouv’ Radio on Laura Leishman’s night show and later talk music on French TV shows Clique and Le Before du Grand Journal on Canal+.

Originally starting off as a hip-hop and R&B DJ, Louise has grown up with sampling culture and been a crate-digger for a long time. Her endless quest looking for soul, funk, disco and jazz has led her to build her own sound when playing House inspired by acts like Theo Parrish and Floating Points. Today she brings her records to online radios around the world (The Lot Radio, Le Mellotron, NTS, Hotel Radio Paris…) DJs alongside acts like Santigold, Jamie XX, Solange Knowles, Ellen Alien & Bambounou and works on digital content projects with brands like Airbnb, Beats By Dre & H&M.

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Half Taiwanese-half french and currently based in Paris, Louise Chen founded the Girls Girls Girls night at Social Club in 2012 inviting acts like Kelela, Sampha, Jackmaster, Moxie, Ikonika, Lil Silva, etc. always aiming to bring together live performers and club culture. After a 5 year run, she now promotes Summer Parties under the pun-name “Chentertainement”, so far inviting prestigious guests Methodman & Redman to perform live! Parallel to her promoter job, Louise has always written about music and travel in magazines like Modzik, I Heart Magazine, Snatch Magazine and she’s had the chance to host a segment on France’s national Mouv’ Radio on Laura Leishman’s night show and later talk music on French TV shows Clique and Le Before du Grand Journal on Canal+.

Originally starting off as a hip-hop and R&B DJ, Louise has grown up with sampling culture and been a crate-digger for a long time. Her endless quest looking for soul, funk, disco and jazz has led her to build her own sound when playing House inspired by acts like Theo Parrish and Floating Points. Today she brings her records to online radios around the world (The Lot Radio, Le Mellotron, NTS, Hotel Radio Paris…) DJs alongside acts like Santigold, Jamie XX, Solange Knowles, Ellen Alien & Bambounou and works on digital content projects with brands like Airbnb, Beats By Dre & H&M.

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DROOL mix by Cara Sticker

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Girls Girls Girls is a creative collective founded by Louise Chen and Piu Piu in 2012. United by the same love for music and dance the girls started their collaboration by organising parties at Social Club in Paris where they had a 2 year residency. Believing in the idea that live music and dance music should all be celebrated under one roof, Piu Piu and Louise invited acts like Sampha, Kelela, Mykki Blanco, Kilo Kish, Eclair Fifi, Moxie, Lil Silva, Jackmaster and many more to share the club-stage with them. Their love for the young, underground up and coming acts brought them to hosting Kelela, Brooke Candy and Kilo Kish’s first parisian shows. As DJs , the duo plays a colourful mix of house, soul, disco, techno and on some occasions even R&B and Hip-Hop – today, you can hear each one’s signature blend on Rinse France, where they both have their own show.

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