(Issue 3) Music Feature: Murielle

Interview by Joana Meurkens Creative Direction by Taylor Mew Photography by Maia Bertrand Murielle (Mu-ree-elle) is a Belgian born, American raised, NYC based singer/songwriter/producer/dancer with strong Congolese roots. Murielle recently released her self written and produced mixtape “Cancer Moon Child”, which stemmed from deep rooted personal growth and showcases the personal and powerful art that…

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“High” by Abby T.

About the Artist: Abby T. is a singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist who presents tender jazz-inspired vocals with a refreshing perspective on rap. She draws influences from artists like Lauryn Hill, Noname, and Tierra Whack. She is steadily plowing her way through the alternative R&B/Hip-Hop scene in New York and has had the pleasure of opening…

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“In the Breeze” by Jade

Written, performed and produced by her, In theBreeze is Jade’s manifesto, marking the debut of anew chapter in her artistry, one where she hastaken full control. Recorded over the past twoyears in Brussels, NYC, Japan and Berlin, thesong is a collection of moments experienced and lessonslearned. Describing an imaginary Elysium, the song tells thestory of…

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“My Mind” by Spacerace

A note from the artist: My name is Jibreel Hakim and I’m an Artist from Brooklyn, New York. I started DJing when I was like 12 then I slowly started making beats in 2015. I didn’t start rapping until like 2017, that was the same time I started taking all the creative endeavors I was…

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Horror Industry Profile: Nigel Semaj

Nigel Semaj They/them/theirs Director/Choreographer/Movement Director/Educator  NIGEL SEMAJ.  is a New York City based director/movement director/choreographer/educator from Washington, D.C. Notable directing credits include, For Colored Girls who have Considered Suicide when the Rainbow is Enuf, which won awards from the Kennedy Center in Direction, Ensemble and Excellence in Costume Design, columbinus, The Baltimore Waltz, Sarah Kane’s…

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Paulo Redeem – Fashion

A brand by NaaAmerley Badger A note from the artist: In a time where accountability culture is at an all time high we as a culture have found out that some of the most revered brands, people, magazines who claimed to be inclusive or sustainable were in fact performative and greenwashing. We’re in a moment…

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