issue no. 5, november 2017
a completely random curation of thought-provoking art, music, humor, and life
Siberian artist Natasha Yudina uses fur and yarn to create warm creations—skulls, Lenin's head in fur, Putin's face on an oversized blanket, an envelope. Her collection Siberian nightmares is "An expedition through the horrible Siberian nightmares during the long hibernation."
Activist and artist Zoë Buckman pairs femininity with objects and textures often associated with the masculine. Elements like boxing gloves, fabric from a wedding dress, and metal come together to speak to the resilience of women, while reminding viewers of the brutality against women.
Black, beautiful, damn funny, and on point, Tiffany Haddish is rightfully on the rise to comedy queendom.
Women have been absolutely pivotal in pushing mainstream parameters. But too few get nearly enough credit despite being so far ahead of their time. By the time mainstream catches up, it could be literally 30 years late.
This issue, we dive into the underground and the women who ruled their turf.
Tracy Thorne of Everything but the Girl
Siouxsie Sioux of Siouxsie and the Banshees
Elizabeth Fraser of Cocteau Twins
Miki Berenyi and Emma Anderson of Lush
Bilinda Butcher of My Bloody Valentine
Rachel Goswell of Slowdive
Hope Sandoval of Mazzy Star and Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions