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CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF SUBBACULTCHA MAGAZINE


‘Get Wet and Dry’ photographed by Isolde Woudstra. July 2011.

Photo by S Angeles, U

Z photographed by Vicky Grout in London, UK. Summer 2017. ELIAS BENDER RØNNENFELT photographed by David Brandon Geeting in New York, USA. Fall 2015.

NOUVEAU VÉLO photographed by Isolde Woudstra. March 2013.


10 Years Of Losing Our Edge 10 years of making magazines. Just imagine all the paper. All the trees. All the boxes and envelopes. The writers, photographers, artists. The editors. The graphic designers and interns. The distributors and the gasoline. The columns, the interviews, the photo essays and show

Suzanna Zak for the interview with Britt Brown from ROBEDOOR in Los USA. October 2013.

Idris Vicuña, aka EYEDRESS photographed by Inez Moro in Manila, the Philippines. February 2014.

Things that matter, feature by Femke Dekker and Nicole Martens. October 2008.

announcements. The meetings, emails and phone calls. The hustling with agents, advertisers and printers. Quite the operation, for us to get our message out into the world. About the art and music that we love. Voicing the unheard. Promoting the unpromoted. Banging the drums of our unbridled enthusiasm for unruly creativity. Did you receive our message? Was it loud and clear? Did it change your hearts and minds? Did it provide you with new insights? Something new to listen to? Did it challenge you, provoke you or annoy you? Or were you just enjoying the pictures, casually flipping through the pages while your friend was getting cocktails at the bar of De Nieuwe Anita? It doesn’t matter either way. As long as you were dipping your toes into the Subbacultcha universe. Cause it’s been quite the ride. And we were happy to have you with us. As a celebration, we’ve made this publication. It’s a thoroughly subjective selection of everything we have ever printed. The process of making alone was cleansing. Like a spring cleaning that makes way for what’s next. Cause the future will come, as always. But not before we embrace what’s behind us. Love from us, Subbacultcha


Image by Carlijn Potma for HELENA HAUFF’s calves’ brains recipe. March 2014. Photo by Robbie Brannigan for the interview with EXCEPTER in New York, USA. April 2014.

Daniel Fisher from PHYSICAL THERARY photographed by Julia Burlingham in New York, USA. March 2014.

Aaron Coyes & Indra Dunis from PEAKING LIGHTS together with baby Mikko photographed by Ye Rin Mok in Los Angeles, USA. June 2012.

After Midnight submitted by Gorsad. March 2014.

CHYNNA photographed by Yael Malka in New York, USA. Spring 2018.

Yannick Ilunga, aka PETITE NOIR photographed by Nico Krijno in Cape Town, South Africa. July/August 2013.

Photo by S Beach, USA


SHYGIRL interviewed by Deva Rao. Summer 2018.

Shygirl is like an exaggeration. I take something like a feeling or a mood or a decision and really run with it. This idea of like, if I let a feeling live longer, what would it have been like?

Photo by Henri Verhoef, Featured Artist. July/August 2014.

I love music that reminds you that humanity hasn’t forgotten you, music that creates a spark of hope within you.

Dean Spunt of NO AGE interviewed by Bas Morsch. September 2008.

LYDIA AINSWORTH interviewed by Zofia Ciechowska. February 2015.

Fuck hype, the DIY scene is awesome, all over the country, and LA is a small part of that and the Smell is a rad club.

The hotel room of BRAIDS photographed by Annegien van Doorn for the ‘The Morning After’ series. September 2013.

There are certain dreams that have symbolic meaning, like the one wher your teeth fall out. Do you have recurring dream like that? I have this dream a lot where I’m talking to rabbits. It starts with me and my brother walking into someone’s garden, because we think we see a rabbit. Then all of sudden there’s three of them. We’re having a nice chat and even help them over the fence. Then the owners of the garden After Midnight submitted come down and feel van nervous, by we Maurice Es October because we’re2013. not allowed to talk to strangers. Then I wake up. It’s not a bad dream, I don’t wake up in a sweat. I’d like to know what that’s all about.

Johnny Bell from CRYSTAL ANTLERS interviewed by Brenda Bosma. March 2014.

Tom from WU LYF interviewed by Brenda Bosman. March 2012.

There’s always that guy who comes up on stage and pours beer all over us. I feel like that’s okay.

The hotel room of BR Annegien van Doorn After’ series. Septemb

Lyckle de Jong, aka Do you ever regret anything? WATERLELYCK photographed No! Well, I regret getting married one time. You know, I don’t spend that much by Annabel van Royen in time thinking about things that I don’t like. I used to do that a lot when I was less The Hague, the Netherlands. confident, but I’m always open for a good argument. When somebody convinces Fall 2016. me that something else is better than the way I see it then I’m happy to consider it. I think that’s the only way you don’t die. I don’t know. Everybody that has some sense of autonomy probably knows what I’m talking about. The only time it gets Suzanna Zak for the interview with CRYSTAL ANTLERS in Long tricky is when you harm others. Right, and I haven’t had any kids yet, so. The A. March 2014. extent of my harm is only for people that deserve it. ARIEL PINK interviewed by Brenda Bosma. December 2014/January 2015.


graphed by Kamila K. Stanley in London, UK.

RAIDS photographed by n for the ‘The Morning ber 2013. SEAN NICHOLAS SAVAGE photographed by Adam Kremer, in New York, USA. September 2013.

SHYGIRL photographed by Kamila K. Stanley in London, UK. Summer 2018.


By Leon Caren. December 2010/January 2011.

Charlie Hilton from BLOUSE photographed by Miranda Lehman in Portland, USA. February 2012.

Have you rode a horse before? Yes, we had a horse growing up. Its name was Babe. It died in a snowstorm.

There’s nothing wrong with hobbies. They help relieve the stress of everyday life and provide us with entertainment in these godless times of economic crisis and cultural animosity. Myself, I’ve never consciously had a hobby. Sure, I engage in a lot of activities that others might qualify as hobbies, but I’ve always had the naïve conviction that there should be no worktime and no playtime. There should be just one time and it’s called a lifetime. And while I am living that lifetime I am well aware that I’ve got no time to lose.

Pat Noecker from THESE ARE POWERS. November 2008.

Rob: Are you ever happy with your hair? I feel like I am on a constant quest for a good haircut. It’s consuming. Mary: I have never been happy with my hair. In my kindergarten photo, my hair turns under on one side and flips out on the other side. I remember hating that even when I was 5. Rob: Yeah.... Trauma. Mary: And I definitely wasn’t a vain little kid Rob: I had AWESOME hair, until I hit puberty and my hair turned to steel wool. My hair was pretty straight, with a slight

wave to it. Then 6th grade.... WHAM!! Did your parents ever hate your hair? Mary: No they’ve always been nice about it. I was always on a quest to make my hair look weird because I think I’m pretty plain looking. Rob: You are not plain looking!! Mary: Yes I am! But I’m okay with it. A conversation between Mary Pearson and Rob Barber from HIGH PLACES. October 2008. LEMONTRIP photographed by Isolde Woudstra in Utrecht, the Netherlands. October 2014.

The last two years were pretty strange years for me. Close friends passed away, my dog passed away, I was integrated into the proper adult world as a father, while not feeling all that ready for it. There’ s a lot of tension with finding your way, thinking you’ll never find it. That fine dust ended up infiltrating me. It’s inevitable. You can’t sew up the cracks, its gonna seep in finally and get inside your brain.

CHAD VANGAALEN interviewed by Brenda Bosma. September 2014.

LGBT rights. Feminism. Indigenous rights. Immigration rights. Those are all important to me. The right to be yourself, and be happy. I promote kindness and love more than anything.

Jamie Stewart aka XIU XIU photographed by Jamie Stewart in Durham, USA. April 2012.

Ripley Johnson from MOON DUO photographed by Miranda Lehman in Portland, USA. June 2012.

Work by Lonneke van der Palen , Featured Artist. April 2013.

PRINCESS NOKIA interviewed by Zofia Ciechowska. Fall 2016.


JANA HUNTER photographed by Shane Smith, in Baltimore, USA. Spring 2015. JANA HUNTER photographed by Shane Smith, in Baltimore, USA. Spring 2015.

Kirin J. Callinan, aka POP ODDITY or SPACE COWBOY photographed by Gavriel Maynard in Sydney, Australia. Fall 2017.

€15 Outfit by Boris de Vries inspired by ABSOLUTELY FREE photographed by Isolde Woudstra. February 2015.

TIM PRESLEY photographed by Suzanna Zak in Los Angeles, USA. Spring 2015.

Brian Leeds, aka Shea, New York,


GRGY and KC representing SMIB interviewed by Roxy Merrell. Summer 2016.

SMIB is their gateway – the steppingstone for this group of musicians and creators to do what they want to do. They’re not waiting for things to happen, they’re making them happen, using everything they’ve got. ‘I believe that if you want to do something, you should just go ahead and do it.’

BISHOP ALLEN interview with self. March 2009.

LIARS photographed by Isolde Woudstra. March 2010.

I have a white pit bull named Allie. She’s the cutest thing on earth and, by the infinite grace of evolution, has lips just like a gorilla. I’m convinced that, one day, she will speak to me.

ARIEL PINK interviewed by Brenda Bosma. June 2010.

Stop it, Toto! You’re making me cry.

That was my first cinema experience, but it didn’t quite frighten me as much. Mine was dumbo. I like that little elephant. He was the best. It was pretty scary though. What about the Secret of NIMH? (Starts singing ‘Somewhere over the Rainbow’).

Yeah, it really stirred up emotions of anxiety. What about Bambi?

Hmm, well I just remember my hero Mickey wearing an ass-masking dress. That changed something in my perception of men. And also that he wasn’t in a space/time-continuum that was familiar to me. Yeah, it was like a very bad dream where you were chased by dracula and then you’d trip and fall and fall forever.

My nona said we sound like dying pigs.

Gianni from THE WYTCHES interviewed by Sander van Dalsum.

October 2014.

a HUERCO S. photographed by Daniel , USA. November 2013. Photo by Lonneke van der Palen for the Rock’ n’ Roll Library No4, Grapefruit, by Yoko Ono. July/August 2013.

I don’t know where everyone else is going but I might try to go offline.

Maria Juur, aka MARIA MINERVA, interviewed by Bas Morsch. December 2011. ZZZ’S photographed by Simone Dedola and Steve Freeman in Osaka, Japan. May 2014.

These DIY kids are not trying to create an alternative for mainstream culture, they’re trying to find alternative ways to fit into mainstream culture.

By Leon Caren. February 2009.

After Midnight submitted by Marije Brouwer. May 2011.


n Geeting, in New York, USA. September 2014

Adam Byczkowski aka BETTER PERSON photographed by Kasia Zacharko, Berlin, Germany. Fall 2017. After Midnight submitted by Maurits Wiesenekker. June 2014.


By Jo Kalinowska. Summer 2017.

We can’t expect all music to be political, yet we can’t completely abstract a song from the political climate it arises. How would we even define protest music? These columnists are searching for today’s Bob Dylan and Nina Simone, but would that mode of lyrical, heartfelt singing be equipped for the social issues of our time?

Elias from ICEAGE interviewed by Brenda Bosma. December 2011.

Which musical pieces or composers would you suggest that Subbacultcha! readers should listen to in order to get an idea of what Patrick Flegel from WOMEN is happening in photographed by Nic May 2009. the contemporary classical sphere at the moment? Seth Bogart aka HUNX from HUNX & HIS PUNX photographed by Bobby Doherty in New York, USA. May 2012.

‘I get insane attacks of nostalgia over even the smallest things in the world.’

Oh no, I wouldn’t say that. I think aggression and violence, when involved directly with it, can be a way of... because it is so chaotic and so much is going on, it can be a way to forget yourself and commit yourself to the now. I guess that’s why it makes sense to me.

Adam Byczkowski aka BETTER PERSON interviewed by Zofia Ciechowska. Fall 2017.

Photo by Lonneke van de Palen for The Branding Issue. Photo Essay. April 2014.

As I understand very little about aggression, I guess I want to ask you if you nonetheless wouldn’t want to be in a football stadium yelling slogans to the referee?

ORGAN TAPES photographed by Kamila K. Stanley in London, UK. Fall 2018.

Without a doubt, Karlheinz Stockhausen. The independent scene wouldn’t be possible without him. The idea of sampling and music recycling started with him, €15 Outfit by Henri O but he did it with SCHRADER’S MUSIC real tapes back byinIsolde Woudstra. N the 1950s. Tino Haenen, artistic and general director of the Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ interviewed by Zofia Ciekowska. February 2010.

MARNIE STERN interviewed by Basje Boer. September 2009.

I just see food as a way to stay alive. If I could take a pill instead of having to eat I’d do it.

THE LUYAS photographed by Nick Helderman. October 2011.

JUAN WAUTERS photographed by David Brand


SHYGIRL phot Summer 2018.

ck Helderman.

A home show in Geertruida photographed by Bauke Karel. September 2011.

Lindsey French aka NEGATIVE GEMINI photographed by Casey Dorian in Atlanta, USA. Summer 2018.

Olai inspired by ED C BEAT photographed November 2014.

A bedroom in Geertruida photographed by Isolde Woudstra. September 2011.

Tim Presley from WHITE FENCE photographed in Los Angeles, USA. December 2012/January 2


JESSY LANZA photographed by Aaron Wynia in Hamilton, Canada. December 2013.

SEAN NICHOLAS SAVAGE interviewed by Zofia Ciechowska. September 2013.

I have a very sexual relationship with the moon.

JAY REATARD photographed by Daniëlle van Ark for her series ‘After The Lights Go Out’. May 2009.

I am alarmingly close to the amp when London-based singer Farai belts out her famous ‘battle cry’ during a rehearsal at the Music Complex in Deptford, South London. Producer Tone gets deep into his synth magic, as if he is performing sorcery rather than music. ‘Wait,’ Farai interjects. ‘Is this working?’ And ‘how should I end this?’ Tone assuredly responds with: ‘just vibe it. You don’t even have to sing. Go in and touch the crowd. Be Jim Morrison. Be a rock star baby.’

Shehzaad Jiwani from GREYS interviewed by Koen van Bommel. November 2014.

FARAI interviewed by Layla Mahmood. Summer 2017.

We want to distort your mind with what we’re doing with our guitars and what not. We want to expand your idea of what you’re supposed to be getting from a rock ’n’ roll band. Because I think a lot of bands will give the audience what they want, but we prefer to give the audience what we think they need.

DISCWOMAN photographed by Cait Oppermann in New York, USA. Spring 2016.

Jaap Scheeren photographed by Isolde Woudstra in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. December 2010/January 2011.

There are aspects of shameless narcissism of the entertainment celebrity that I believe in, but I also definitely think megalomania is disgusting. MYKKI BLANCO interviewed by Zofia Ciechowska. Fall 2016.


JUAN WAUTERS photographed by David Brandon Geeting. September 2014. PRINCESS NOKIA photographed by Richard Perez, in New York, USA. Fall 2016.

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he Netherlands. October 2014. FARAI photographed by Vicky Grout, London, UK. Summer 2017.

Tom Clarke and Sam Ricketts from CLOUD BOAT interviewed by Zofia Ciechoska. July/August 2013.

In the age of transparency, it’s desirable to reveal who you “really” are, which is, ultimately, just another performance to me. So authenticity never struck me as the gold standard for anything good. ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER interviewed by Deva Rao. Winter 2015.

MAC DEMARCO photographed by Bobby Doherty in New York, USA. November 2012.

How does the universe inspire you? It seems so far away, but at least it’s always there. I think Laurie Anderson said that the reason she loves the stars is that we cannot destroy them, and I would agree with that.

MOLLY NILSSON questions by Bas Morsch. March 2012.

Strange Fashion: Episode 2. Curated by STRANGE BOUTIQUE. Featured designer: Quoc Thang, featured photographer: Abel Minnee. April 2010.

Everyone comes to a point in life where they will experience disillusionment and rebellion, but if you embrace that state then the result will not be negative.

Congratulations! You are part of the DIY movement − You email a lot − You consider the music you like or make obscure − You do not mind dirty toilets − You drive a car from before 1995 − You stay in bed till 12 at least twice a week − You like to drink beer and you feel the danger of alcoholism − You feel guilty sometimes − You try to be a vegetarian − You envy bands with success but you don’t show it − You think your music really matters − You are cynical at times − You think that the music in the charts is commercial crap − You kinda like ‘certain hip-hop’ − You bought a MacBook − You download − You hate Microsoft − You consider yourself an anti-globalist − You try to read good books − You watch more TV than you say you do − You value the community − You are an idealist at least that’s how you justify your life − You deny the fact that you’d like to be successful − You deny the fact that you fantasize about having a manager − You have principles − You forget about your principles sometimes − You are struggling financially − You want to be pure − You’ll do yoga when you hit 35 − You are social − You like HBO series − You should practice more − You say you can’t play guitar and you are proud of it − You wish you were a bit more rock ‘n’ roll on stage − You tried some stuff with a keyboard − You secretly cared about Pete Doherty and Kate Moss − You can be insecure at times − You wear Converse All Stars − You like to ‘partay!’ − You have at least one hoody − You like eighties patterns − You read the right magazines − You hate NME − You talk about a guy’s beard at least once a week − You know at least two graphic designers − You wear bright colours − You like the font ‘Helvetica’ − You are into arthouse films − You think the Coen brothers are getting mainstream − You are thinking about buying a race bike from the seventies − You smile about this list − You say ‘rad’ and ‘ace’ − You want to live in Berlin By Bas Morsch. February 2009.


LEMONTRIP photographed by Isolde Woudstra, Utrecht, DAN DEACON photographed by Andrew Laumann in Baltimore, USA. September 2012.

Adam Granduciel from WAR ON DRUGS photographed by Isolde Woudstra in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. May 2014.

Rob Barber from HIGH PLACES photographed by Ye Rin Mok in Los Angeles, USA. December 2011.


Jenny Hval interviewed by Zofa Ciechowska. Fall 2015.

There’s so much sexual harassment today, the soft dick rock is the friendly relationship you can have with this charged symbol, you can hold hands with it and it won’t get hard. It’s not a parody, though, I just want to take it down a notch. No middle fingers, just soft dicks.

Being connected mostly means being disconnected from what’s happening around you.

Sam Herring from FUTURE ISLANDS interviewed by Willem Sjoerd van Vliet. September 2010.

JESSY LANZA photographed by Aaron Wyn Hamilton, Canada. December 2013/January

JIMMY WHISPERS photographed by Lonneke van der Palen in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Spring 2016.

Nicholas Haggard in Los Angeles, USA. June 2012.

Beste Bitch,

CHAD VANGAALEN interviewed by Carly Blair. March 2012.

Jacuzzis are weird, though. It can get pretty weird once you start adding Cameron Stallones from SUN ARAW photographed by jacuzzis.

Ik heb een vriendin die haar verkalkte teennagels het liefst op onze velours bank knipt, de mokken in het keukenkastje op kleur sorteert, en ten minste drie keer in de week burrito’s eet die ze vervolgens rijkelijk bestrooid met jongbelegen kaas. Waar is de tijd gebleven dat het licht op miraculeuze wijze een perfecte combinatie vormde met haar gezicht en we allebei met Rufus Wainwright meezongen?

Wow, if you put a jacuzzi in, you might never leave! It’s full of pretty cool stuff. This is my synth zone over here. Through that door you go downstairs and there’s a skateboard ramp. If I’m going crazy I go and skate for a while, then I come back up here.

Beste vriend, Als een en ander gepaard gaat met vleeskleurige fleecetruien en een ‘pittig’ kapsel, zou ik aansturen op een goed gesprek. Succes, b. Advised by Brenda Bosma. March 2010.

Everyone says you hardly leave the house. What’s your creative space like?


d by Suzanna Zak 2013 €15 Outfit by Yun Sudrajat inspired by a creepy Disney character photographed by Isolde Woudstra. April 2013.

Photo by Lynne Brouwer, Featured Artist. February 2015.

nia in 2014.

TOMMY CASH photographed by Dmitri Gerasimov in Tallinn, Estonia. W


I don’t quite understand. How do you stay true to yourself? In the light of an artist seen as an economic product, I mean? All of us as artists are stuck between two things. My authentic art has no financial framework. It doesn’t matter if I get paid for it, but then there’s the practical part of my life where money equals freedom to a certain extent and power to a certain extent. This album was a battle in that sense. When do I sell things? What I’ve decided to accept is that with every step I would make mistakes. I put to much pressure on myself, I think. TUNE YARDS interviewed by Brenda Bosma. May 2011.

I don’t think we made any of the songs as like, ‘let’s give people an alternative narrative to how to be in a relationship because that’s what the world needs right now’. It just ended up that way.

SASSY 009 interviewed by Julia Yudelman. Spring 2018.

ELYSIA CRAMPTON interviewed by Stefan Wharton. Spring 2016.

We are stronger when we are together. The personal is its own community of collaborations, relationships, allies. I tend to rant with this example, but really, look at your skin, consider your organs, your vascular system, gut flora, your skeleton – what a beautiful camaraderie of entities brought together by evolution’s struggle.

MICACHU & THE SHAPES interviewed by Sander van Dalsum. Fall 2015. tra. June 2010.

Our karma balance is neutral right now. The world doesn’t owe us anything, and we don’t owe the world anything.

Winter 2016.

Keimpe Koldijk from BEBE FANG photographed by Isolde Woudstra. June 2010.

KATE NV interviewed by Derek Robertson. Summer 2018.

There is one good thing about censorship – it gives you something to press against.

Yuri Landman photographed by Isolde Woudstra in Veenendaal, the Netherlands. December 2010/January VINCENT MOON interviewed by Brenda Bosma. Febuary 2014. 2011.

Alex Zhang Hungtai from DIRTY BEACHES photographed by Jussi Puikkonen in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. February 2012.

I’m just a guy with a camera and we do something together, no one is more important than anybody else.


NG photographed by Xiaoxiao Xu at the Babies show Utrecht, the Netherlands. June 2013.

Photo by David Brandon Geeting for the interview with MATT WERTH from the label RVNG Intl. in New York, USA. July/August 2013.

Katie Stelmanis from AUSTRA photographed by Isolde Woudstra in Amsterdam, the Netherlands October 2011.

SERPENTWITHFEET photographed by Matthew Tamaro in New York, USA. Spring 2017.

TIM KOH photographed by Isolde Woudstra in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Winter 2017.

by Elliott Browne Jr., 17.


problem. It was all so easy. I took it to my friend’s house, where I thought it would be comfortable, not to mention Once I had the random idea I was homeless at the time. to buy a sheep. For some After a whole night of the reason I thought that sheep sheep calling out and keeping were like any other pets that everyone awake, I came to you can keep in a house and realize that this wasn’t the best take for walks in the park. JOHN WIZARDS photographed by Nico Krijno in Cape Town, South Africa. November 2013. idea I’d ever had. Let’s just say A friend drove me to a farm the whole thing turned out where I paid €20 for a sheep. different than I had hoped. I That’s a good price. On the regret not buying a pig. way back I sat with the sheep ARNAR ASGEIRSSON interviewed by Brenda Bosma. September 2014. in the backseat of the car, no Have you ever experienced any regrets recently?

Chaz Bundick aka TORO Y MOI photographed by Christopher Schreck in New York, USA. December 2012/January 2013

TO HELL WITH ROCK ’N’ ROLL! It’s all about the community.

The Volvo of ELA STILES photographed by Max Doyle. November 2014.

EARTHEATER photographed by Yael Malka in New York, USA. Fall 2018.

TODD P interviewed by Bas Morsch. October 2008. ABDU ALI photographed Baltimore, USA. Spring 2

Did you mind putting lobsters in hot water? No, I love it. Meric Long from THE DODOS interviewed by Bas Morsch. September 2009.

Doom is all around. The blogosphere is filled with synths and tormented vocals referring to those long-gone days of big black hair and ditto eyeliner. Yes kids, synth-based industrial stuff is finding its way back into the collective musical mind. All form and no content, we say. But who cares, it’s 2011 dammit!

It explains your rhythmic guitar playing. Like a lobster.

June 2011.

Talking about exploding ingredients, are you good at making mayonnaise? Yes, my right arm is bigger than my left from making mayo.


Megan and Corin from PURITY RING photographed by Nick Helderman in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. November 2012.

Robert Alfons from TR/ST photographed by Isolde Woudstra. Spring 2015.

STARGAZE photographed by Lonneke van der Palen in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Winter 2017.

MÉNAGE À TROIS pho by Nicole Dyson, Manch Summer 2017.


I like how crisp and clean “Purity Ring” sounds in my head. That’s how I see our music; a clean, crisp circle, stripped from its meaning.

Warm Soda is concerned with the world. Everyone’s laughing now, but that’s ’cause it’s 4am here. It’s true though, we wanna save the world. WARM SODA interviewed by Gerlin Heestermans. July/August 2013.

otographed hester, UK.

Jack Hines from K-HOLES interviewed by Zofia Ciechowska. October 2012.

Lizzi Bougatsos & Brian Degraw from GANG GANG DANCE photographed by Daniëlle van Ark in Amsterdam, the Netherlands May 2011.

Sam Herring from FUTURE ISLANDS photographed by Suzanna Zak. February 2012.

Hey James! Have you done anything unusual lately?

James Kelly from WIFE interviewed by Sander van Dalsum. July 2014.

Sam Herring from FUTURE ISLANDS. May 2012.

Will Oldham, aka BONNIE ‘PRINCE’ BILLY interviewed by Brenda Bosma. December 2013/January 2014.

Well, yesterday I was in a gondola, but that isn’t particularly wild. I live in London now and I grew up on the countryside. And when I lived there I did a lot of hiking and went hunting with my father and my dog. And now instead of that, I go shopping for clothes and visit cocktail bars. It kills your sense of adventure.

I have a soft spot for college basketball that leaves me without most of my March, because I’m glued to a TV or constantly checking the Internet for scores all month (that’s tournament time!)... And then sometimes I’ll eat an XL pizza, all by myself, after coming home from the bar, late at night. Late-night snack fest.

Are you also interested in thoughts, feelings and actions? As a kid I would walk around at night and walk past people’s houses and I’d be dying to know what happened there – like, if someone was folding clothes or eating a bowl of cornflakes, anything like that. I haven’t gotten passed this idea that everybody is unknown or mysterious. When I have the opportunity I like the questions to be able to go deeper without making someone feel uncomfortable or violated.

We’ve been spending a lot of time at Secret Project Robot Art Experiment, this art space-slash-studio complex in Brooklyn where we play together and record stuff. The weather has been great so we’ve been barbecuing a lot. Vashti makes these amazing tofu and pineapple shish kebabs, she marinades them in something magic. You can add pretty much any kind of vegetable to them, we’ve had these with peppers, asparagus, onions. Tofu and pineapple and asparagus might sound like a strange mix but it actually tastes really good! We just eat these shish kebabs straight off the stick, sitting on a folding chair in this sunny communal gravelled lot right in the middle of Brooklyn. I guess that’s what our music is like too: a skewer of five musicians with some instruments, including a saxophone, making a lot of skronky noise, and somehow it all comes together! Now that you got me thinking about food and cooking, I might look into recording some madsounding kitchen appliances for our repertoire. Where can I find a blender around here?

Artwork by Max de Waard for the interview with ONEOHRIX POINT NEVER. Winter 2015.

Megan and Corin from PURTIY RING interviewed by Brenda Bosma. November 2012.

Photo by Florian Baakman, Featured Artist. September 2013.


Photo by Sarah Riisager, Featured Artist. September 2014.

SMERZ photographed by Maria Lyngnes in Oslo, Norway. Fall 2017.

Photo by Qui Yang, Featured Artist. May 2011.


Berber Visser from BEBE FAN photographed by Isolde Woud

Roy Smith from IDIOTT SMITH photographed by Isolde Woudstra, Groningen, the Netherlands. Fall 2016. Koen van Bommel from BODY II BODY photographed by Isolde Woudstra. February 2012.

SEVDALIZA photographed by Zahra Reijs, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Winter 2016.


An interview about an interview with THE CHAP. November 2008.

I’m confused, these guys are idiots. I’m going to put on the new Kaiser Chiefs album again.

What should be the main feeling or idea readers get from this interview?

I’ll never be one of those cool people. I’m way too anxious. Robert Toher from ERAAS interviewed by Koen van Bommel. May 2013.

The almighty boring rock scene constructed of clichés thought of and used by TV shows, alcohol brands, game developers, clothing brands, belt factories, sticker designers, guitar brands, etc. And since the connotations of the genre are so farreaching that it covers about anything that has a drum and guitar in it, I am considered to be a part of it. And yes, so are you, reading this ‘subversive’ little music magazine (you can’t deny all the advertisements in here can À TROIS pho MÉNAGE you?). by Nicole Dyson, Manch

Summer 2017. Megan and Corin from PURITY RING photographed by Nick By Tom, Dick and Harry. February 2010. Helderman in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. November 2012.

We’ve somewhat moved forward in the brand-new year of 2011. Now tell us, how does it feel? Is your spirit as high as it was when you popped those corks? Are you as inspired as you were when you kissed your loved ones and promised them that 2011 was gonna be ‘the best year ever’? ‘Hell yeah!’ they said, ‘best year ever!’ But making a year the best year ever takes effort, perseverance, spirit and inspiration. In other words, bloody hard work. So yes, we decided to make this the inspiration issue. Just to keep you going. To keep that momentum. To keep up that stamina and creativity you are famous for. Your extensive knowledge of culture, past and present. Your love, your art, your work, your creation. Your life! February 2011.

Robert Alfons from TR/ST photographed by Isolde Woudstra. Spring 2015.

KAREN GWYER interviewed by Basje Boer. February 2014.

I like to be liked – people do – but I’ve always been a bit of an outsider, and I don’t mean in a romantic way.

Criticism sucks. But hey, to each his or her own. I certainly go on rants about certain pieces of music, so if I can dish it out, I can take it. STARGAZE photographed by Lonneke vanto der Palen in Amsterdam, Although I refuse dish it out the Netherlands. Winter 2017. in public. I feel embarrassed for music critics sometimes. I wouldn’t want that job. Ever.

VINCENT MOON interviewed by Brenda Bosma. Febuary 2014.

How important is it to get feedback? And – can you handle criticism?


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Lizzi Bougatsos & Brian Degraw from GANG GANG DANCE photographed by Daniëlle van Ark in Amsterdam, the Netherlands May 2011.

Artwork by Max de Waard for the interview with ONEOHRIX POINT NEVER. Winter 2015. Sam Herring from FUTURE ISLANDS photographed by Suzanna Zak. February 2012. Photo by Florian Baakman, Featured Artist. September 2013.


FAKA interviewed by Mateusz Mondalski. Fall 2017.

Viet Cong interviewed by Koen van Bommel. February 2015.

Is there anything that is not online, though? I think everything is on there. I mean, there’s a site where you can hunt wild animals with remote guns. There’s a camera attached to a gun, and you can hunt a deer. On the internet. That exists. SKY H1 interviewed by Mteusz Mondalski. WInter 2016.

Where do you stand on real life versus the internet?

I do believe in the progress of humanity, but I’m very conscious of how we constantly return to fucking up.

John Darnielle from MOUNTAIN GOATS interviewed by Marc van Der Holst. October 2009.

SERPENTWITHFEET photographed by Matthew Tamaro in New York, USA. Spring 2017.

TIM KOH photographed by Isolde Woudstra in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Winter 2017.

LAUREN AUDER interviewed by Derek Robertson. Spring 2018.

by Elliott Browne Jr., 17.

Stressed, but I’m all right. I am cooking and baking to relieve stress. Got some fresh raisin cookies baked this afternoon and a zucchini tomato gratin comin’ up for dinner.

Is there light at the end of the Franz Ferdinand Tunnel?

Hi, how are you?

By Leon Caren. November 2008.

I’m freed by the fact that I don’t have to make dance music for people. It’s amazing that you can light a room on fire in 20 minutes, but there’s also this certain aspect photographed where as Katieentertainment Stelmanis from AUSTRA much as I love I’m like, ‘Fuck it! by Isolde Woudstra in it Amsterdam, the Netherlands October 2011. Fuck you all, Why should I do that! light your own room on fire!’

PERERA ELSEWHERE interviewed by Callum McLean. Fall 2017.

My dad was a very emotional person. His personality grew further in my music.

NG photographed by Xiaoxiao Xu at the Babies show Utrecht, the Netherlands. June 2013.

Photo by David Brandon Geeting for the interview with MATT WERTH from the label RVNG Intl. in New York, USA. July/August 2013.

FAKA is a Zulu word which initially means to enter or penetrate. It’s a sexual innuendo but it also puts a lot of power on queer and femme identities. It also means to occupy. That’s something we do at spaces that exclude us.


JOHN WIZARDS photographed by Nico Krijno in Cape Town, South Africa. November 2013.

Chaz Bundick aka TORO Y MOI photographed by Christopher Schreck in New York, USA. December 2012/January 2013

The Volvo of ELA STILES photographed by Max Doyle. November 2014.

EARTHEATER photographed by Yael Malka in New York, USA. Fall 2018.

ABDU ALI photographed Baltimore, USA. Spring 2


Are you a serious person? No, not really. Well, sometimes. I have different sides to me.

PATTEN interviewed by Brenda Bosma. April 2014. €15 Outfit by Yun Sudrajat inspired by a creepy Disney character photographed by Isolde Woudstra. April 2013.

The other day I saw a woman holding a newborn baby. Every time there was a change in the environment, it got upset. This child didn’t know the difference between the tram riding by or feeling hungry, a deeply confusing situation to be in. As people it pays to have some sense of understanding, to know this is my own hand, this is how gravity works. But there’s also danger about preconceived ideas in that they can allow you to miss what’s actually there.

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Typical Pisces! For instance, Best Coast’s Bethany sings about superficial stuff like buying t-shirts for her boyfriends all the time. How many t-shirts can you buy? That’s so Gemini. Geminis are known for being very superficial (chuckles). I get personal and straightforward on a different level. On my other records the lyrics were more conceptual. MARNE STERN interviewed by Brenda Bosma. November 2010.

JANA HUNTER interviewed by Brenda Bosma. Spring 2015.

I can feel that time happens and passes and it’s becoming clearer that everything happens only once.

There are some people who become stars precisely because they have that lack of selfawareness and are able to transmit those things without falling into doubt. Robert Alfons from TRUST interviewed by Koen van Bommel. June 2014.

TOMMY CASH photographed by Dmitri Gerasimov in Tallinn, Estonia. W

DRACULA LEWIS interviewed by Basje Boer. February 2013.

The term ‘abstract’ is like a cage for the idea of abstract. I know that cage really well. That’s why sometimes I hate words, especially when they are meant to define an idea, a sound, a vision.

nia in 2014.

Photo by Lynne Brouwer, Featured Artist. February 2015.

And what are the songs about? These songs are more personal. They’re about loss mainly. You know, feeling like in life you’re fighting against the grain of things, but trying to come out on the other end.


Keimpe Koldijk from BEBE FANG photographed by Isolde Woudstra. June 2010.

Alex Zhang Hungtai from DIRTY BEACHES photographed by Jussi Puikkonen in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. February 2012.

Yuri Landman photographed by Isolde Woudstra in Veenendaal, the Netherlands. December 2010/January 2011.

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HOLLY HERNDON interviewed by Zofia Ciechowska. Spring 2015.

...It was the middle of the night and he was like, ‘who do you think you are, trying to get a hotel room in the middle of the night? You better go in there and pretend to be Robert De Niro’ and I was like, ‘I don’t need to pretend to be Robert De Niro, I’m Dr. Lasagna!’

I saw Beyoncé vibing out to Balam Acab in a L’Oreal commercial the other day. Did you get paid for that? Yeah of course, it’s L’Oreal. That kind of thing has to be handled in a very business kind of manner. They would never use someone’s music without his or her permission. Now Balam Acab can make the album he wants to make with that money.

Dustin Wong of PONYTAIL interviewed by PONYTAIL. September 2008

Lizzi Bougatsos and Brian DeGraw from GANG GANG DANCE interviewed by Joanna Valdés. May 2011.

Robin Carolan from TRI ANGLE RECORDS interviewed by Sander van Dalsum. June 2011.

I think we are all afraid of the dark, man. Kids and adults alike. I think adults pretend they aren’t afraid of what they can’t see, but we are all afraid. We all need love.

LEMONTRIP photographed by Isolde Woudstra, Utrecht,

I could be a monkish composer if I wanted. But I choose to be involved in a global community. I prefer to have direct conversations about what’s DAN DEACON photographed by Andrew happening on the planet right now. Laumann in Baltimore, USA. September 2012. I think music has this tendency to be navel-gazing and escapist, but it’s not the right time now. We need music to wake the fuck up and start engaging in a bigger conversation about things. We as a music community don’t just have to roll over and accept the status quo.

Adam Granduciel from WAR ON DRUGS photographed by Isolde Woudstra in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. May 2014.

Rob Barber from HIGH PLACES photographed by Ye Rin Mok in Los Angeles, USA. December 2011.


Cameron Stallones from SUN ARAW photographed by Nicholas Haggard in Los Angeles, USA. June 2012. JIMMY WHISPERS photographed by Lonneke van der Palen in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Spring 2016.

JESSY LANZA photographed by Aaron Wyn Hamilton, Canada. December 2013/January


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PRINCESS NOKIA photographed by Richard Perez, in New York, USA. Fall 2016.

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MAC DEMARCO photographed by Bobby Doherty in New York, USA. November 2012.

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FARAI photographed by Vicky Grout, London, UK. Summer 2017.

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Caleb from TWEAK BIRDS, questionaire by Brenda Bosma. September 2011.

D. Other, namely: Ashton practices being awesome two hours a day. Basically, he always wants more in the music and performance, so if I don’t give it to him, he’ll make it happen on his own. I guess in that way he’s my puppet. I bet he thinks that I’m his puppet, but, no. I just kind of bring my own energy to the band. Sometimes I’m hot and sometimes I’m cold. He’s finicky too. Tweaky if you will.

C. Like Roger Daltry, he eats a lot of Heinz Oven Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce, which contain serious amounts of iron.

B. He actually also plays my guitar on stage, that’s why I wear this massive native Indian head dress to cover that up.

A. In his mind he’s the chosen one.

First off, do you have any guilty pleasures? I don’t feel guilty about anything I take pleasure in. I hate it when people say: ‘Oh, Britney Spears is my guilty pleasure.’ I say, own it. It’s stupid, but own it.

How does Ashton manage to simultaneously play the drums, keyboard, sing, keep his glasses on and be all-round awesome?

Amanda Brown, aka LA VAMPIRES interviewed by Basje Boer. May 2012.

ck Helderman.

A home show in Geertruida photographed by Bauke Karel. September 2011.

What draws you to all this discomfort?

and it would be dishonest to not address it. I mean, it’s an unusual topic in the context of underground music now, but it certainly wasn’t in the industrial scene in the ’70s and ’80s, and that’s what a lot of punks were about. That’s music that’s always been interesting to me and continues to interest me.

More than anything else, being excessively familiar with it. As a child, I was overly exposed to things I should not have been exposed to, so it feels normal. I don’t feel ‘damaged’ but my boundaries are probably wider than they should be. It’s Lindsey French aka NEGATIVE GEMINI photographed by Casey Jamie Stewart from XIU XIU interviewed by Johanna Valdés. April 2012. Dorian in Atlanta, USA. Summer 2018. a big part of my internal life

Olai inspired by ED C BEAT photographed November 2014.

A bedroom in Geertruida photographed by Isolde Woudstra. September 2011.

Andrea Lukic from NÜ SENSAE interviewed by Zofia Ciechowska. April 2013.

I’m not striving to scream at everybody... it’s just the way that things end up sounding. Tim Presley from WHITE FENCE photographed in Los Angeles, USA. December 2012/January 2

I find that memories of pretty unremarkable things are the ones that last. JESSY LANZA interviewed by Basje Boer. December 2013/January 2014.


JESSY LANZA photographed by Aaron Wynia in Hamilton, Canada. December 2013.

Jaap Scheeren photographed by Isolde Woudstra in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. December 2010/January 2011.

DISCWOMAN photographed by Cait Oppermann in New York, USA. Spring 2016.

JAY REATARD photographed by Daniëlle van Ark for her series ‘After The Lights Go Out’. May 2009.


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Seth Bogart aka HUNX from HUNX & HIS PUNX photographed by Bobby Doherty in New York, USA. May 2012.

Photo by Lonneke van de Palen for The Branding Issue. Photo Essay. April 2014.

Patrick Flegel from WOMEN photographed by Nic May 2009.

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ORGAN TAPES photographed by Kamila K. Stanley in London, UK. Fall 2018.

THE LUYAS photographed by Nick Helderman. October 2011.

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One thing about holidays: Every moment of existence should be treated with the same reverence with which we treat summer hoidays. Remaking our understanding of ‘holiday’ means rejecting the image of ourselves we inherit from dominator culture that of a worker, someone whose leisure must be compartmentalised into units, and who is somehow deserving exclusion from paradise. Paradise - summer holiday - is a state of mind that can be claimed by any one of us.

HERREK interviewed by Zofia Ciechowska. February 2013.

Words by Claire Evans from YACHT. July/August 2011. €15 Outfit by Boris de Vries inspired by ABSOLUTELY FREE photographed by Isolde Woudstra. February 2015.

The memories I have from that period have been untouched by all my other experiences; they exist in a separate part of my brain, which is why I wanted to base my music on them. They are feelings that I cannot describe in words, so I just try to make music about them instead. When you are a child you don’t judge the world around you, you just take it as your reality and I think that’s beautiful.

TIM PRESLEY photographed by Suzanna Zak in Los Angeles, USA. Spring 2015.

Brian Bocherdt and Graham Alsh from HOLY FUCK interviewed by Bas Morsch. May 2010.

It’s true. Not only was Allen Ginsberg an early hipster, they were referred to as white negroes back then, there’s also a great quote from anti-consumerist mag Adbusters: ‘hipsterdom is the first “counterculture” to be born under the advertising industry’s microscope, leaving it open to constant manipulation but also forcing its participants to continually shift their interests and affiliations.’ JANA HUNTER photographed by Shane Smith, in Baltimore, USA. Spring 2015.

Do you ever get bored? I guess nowadays it’s hard to get bored, there’s constant fucking entertainment. Even when you take a shit, you’re on your email or whatever. I don’t get bored that often. There are a handful of times that I do get bored of... life? [Massive laugh] I feel like nowadays we have the smallest amount of boredom in history, you’re always occupied with some bullshit.’ John Famiglietti from HEALTH interviewed by Zofia Ciechowska. May 2013.

I’m more anxious and afraid of foreign insects than I thought I would be. Lyckle de Jong, aka WATERLELYCK interviewed by Maija Jussila. Fall 2016.

Brian Leeds, aka Shea, New York,

TODD P interviewed by Bas Morsch. October 2008. JANA HUNTER photographed by Shane Smith, in Baltimore, USA. Spring 2015.

Kirin J. Callinan, aka POP ODDITY or SPACE COWBOY photographed by Gavriel Maynard in Sydney, Australia. Fall 2017.

Intro to the interview with Will Oldham, aka BONNIE ‘PRINCE’ BILLY. Words by Brenda Bosma. December 2013/January 2014.

It feels like we are creating almost an international community of people who are feeling the same about music and respond to each other and have sort of an artistic conversation. That’s when it gets to be the most interesting... That’s when music as an art form moves forward.

In the context of this issue, an interview with Will Oldham – aka Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – was high on our wishlist. Immediately we ran into closed doors; Will Oldham is famously quiet. Then we got a mysterious email: ‘So, we heard you’d like to speak to Bonnie?’


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LIARS photographed by Isolde Woudstra. March 2010.

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After Midnight submitted by Marije Brouwer. May 2011.


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SHYGIRL photographed by Kamila K. Stanley in London, UK. Summer 2018.

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Jamie Stewart aka XIU XIU photographed by Jamie Stewart in Durham, USA. April 2012.

Ripley Johnson from MOON DUO photographed by Miranda Lehman in Portland, USA. June 2012.

Charlie Hilton from BLOUSE photographed by Miranda Lehman in Portland, USA. February 2012.

Work by Lonneke van der Palen , Featured Artist. April 2013.

LEMONTRIP photographed by Isolde Woudstra in Utrecht, the Netherlands. October 2014.


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All these people!! Mark Zask Rafael Latado Keko Jackson Writers, photographers, artists, designers, Marlene Fally Rafaël Rozendaal Kelly van Haastere distributors, interns, proofreaders, etc., Marlotte Nugteren Randy Schoemaker Kelvin Dijk etc.. This publication is dedicated to all Marta Soltys Ray McAndrew Kevin Jansen of you. Thanks! Martin Thacker Ray van Zeijst Kiki Holle Martine Haanschoten Regina Fisch Kim Boske Martine Stig Regina van der Kloet Koen Drenth To make this list, we browsed through Martyn F. Overweel Remco Beeskow Koen Taselaar all the colophons of all the magazines Mateusz Mondalski Remco Brinkhuis Koen van Bommel we ever made, and typed the names Matthew Barlow Rhamier Auguste Konstantinos in an excel sheet, by hand. So if for Matthew Mondanile Richard McFarlane Duompenidis some reason your name has been Matthew Tamaro Richard Perez Kristy Fenton misspelled. we are very sorry. We tried Matthijs Looijenga Rick Vulto Kunti Benson our best. We are still very grateful for Maud Sztern Robbert Stokmans Ky Naylor Maurice van Es Robbie Brannigan your contribution. Kyle Tryhorn

ELIAS BENDER RØNNENFELT photographed by David Brandon Geeting in New York, USA. Fall 2015.

Aaron Wynia Adam Chang Adam Harper Adam Kremer Adrienne van den Berg Agata Bar Aglaya Tomasi Aisling Marks Aisling O’Rourke Alberto Pili Alena Ethembabaoglu Alessandro Viccaro Alette Boogman Alex Christodoulou Alex Langedijk Alex Sadka Alex Zhang Hungtai Alice Driesen Alyssa MacGregor Amie Claire Galbraith Amit Dey Ana Crisostoma Ana Milheiro Ana Vojvodic Andeea Brezu Andreas Bjørseth Andreea Breazu Andres van der Linden Andrew Caddick Andrew Laumann Andrew Warfield Anita Kalmane Anna Berkhof Anna Burst Anna Hiep Anna Marzec Anna Mynte Anna Skibicka Annabel Kanaar Annabel van Royen Anne Hillebrand Anne Lin Anne-Nynke Knol Annegien van Doorn Annemijn von Holtz Anouschka Scholten Ansuya Spreksel Antonio Talarico Arno de Vreng Artboydancing Artun Arasli Asha Eaden-Green Asia Andrejevna Astrid Florentinus Aukje Dekker Aurora Gabriela Ayesha Linton-Whittle Bart Schiffer Bart Staassen Bas Heijmans Bas Minnema Bas Morsch Bashar Dawoody Basje Boer Bauke Karel BEA1991 Benjy Keating Bernice Nauta Bert Scholten Bert Zaremba Bitsy Knox Björt Dánialsdóttir Black Deades Bob van Heur Bobby Doherty Boris Grohin boychild Bram Nigten Brenda Bosma Brendan Baker Brent Wingen Brett Haley Brittany McGillivray Bryan Lear C.J. Harvey Cait Oppermann Call Dewitt

‘Get Wet and Dry’ photographed by Isolde Woudstra. July 2011.


Idris VicuĂąa, aka EYEDRESS photographed by Inez Moro in Manila, the Philippines. February 2014.

Things that matter, feature by Femke Dekker and Nicole Martens. October 2008. Suzanna Zak for the interview with Britt Brown from ROBEDOOR in Los USA. October 2013.


Concept: Leon Caren, Shari Klein, Bas Morsch and Lin Ven Copy Editor: Brittany McGillivray Design: Bas Morsch & Lin Ven Partnerships: Shari Klein Special thanks to: Gabi Verberg Published by Subbacultcha Printed by Rodi Rotatiedruk Amsterdam, September 2018

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