books, style, food and music. a guide to august, in all its love and tears. (ps – the music’s REALLY good).
must-watch vids for seafoam girls and boys / august edition
Today in 2017, the world of zines and independent print is undergoing a constant evolution. As more and more opinionated artists, writers, and activists join the game, a larger light is given to us to express ourselves, to really be heard. Andrea Lux is a Peruvian artist that is currently taking the world by storm, gaining attention and inspiring others with her nostalgic collages and cut-out art. This is definitely a girl you’ll want to keep an eye on, one day her name in will be seen in large publications all over the globe, I know it. Keep reading to learn a little more about Andrea, and to see a collection of her favorite works.
Get to know the girl behind the photos. Anna-rose talks film, sisterhood, activism and karaoke nights. 16’s never looked so good.
This summer, Scottish singer/songwriter Kerri Watt released her single, “Old School Love,” and enchanted many by telling the heart-warming story of falling in love the old school way.
On July 29th, 2017, fourteen bands gathered to support the San Diego chapter of The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. The all day festival starting at 2:30pm and going till 10:30pm, was filled with amazing music, great food, and a little over a hundred people excited and ready to support the music and the cause.
arty arty art. mini-gallery of the month. spoken poetry, dance, sketches and photography – get inspired.
Lunar Vacation, the pool rock band from Atlanta, Georgia are breaking into a larger scene with the release of their new EP, “Swell,” with it’s laid back indie rock sound the five song EP is perfect for a summer day at the beach (or the pool).
Soma San Diego in the heat of summer, something I’ll always remember with sweaty hugs and half melted chocolate bars; a red tinted atmosphere illuminating light headed kids, halfheartedly spread out across the floor. This is how the months before a new school year takes form, again and again, every week bringing a new flow of bodies and a new soundtrack to the night. Friday, July 28th. Although Beach Goons, set as the headliner, had to pull out of the lineup, the energy that crashed through the concrete walls of Soma side stage didn’t falter for a moment. New voices took the stage in place of the much loved locals, and the show went on. Read on to see the large photo gallery from the show, a huge thanks to every group photographed, you made it yet another memorable night. (Make sure to check them out, the Instagram’s of the bands are linked to their names.)
gustie owens, co-director of teen art gallery, talks everything from trump to empowering young artists.
Sitting in Public Square having coffee with Zane Alexander, we discussed a possible EP, forming connections (Zane knowing basically everyone), and his very own musical! Conversing with this very eclectic and obviously talented guy, we learn quite a lot about his killer music background and his wicked goals for the future. So if you can, grab a cup of coffee and just keep scrollin’ to get a Taste of Zane.
July 28th at The Observatory, Long Island rock group, Taking Back Sunday, took the stage alongside their opening acts, Every Time I Die, and Modern Chemistry. We sent one of our favorite photographers, Sarai Kelley, to capture the high energy onstage, as well as in the crowd. Keep reading to see this stunning photo gallery from the night!