Canadian band Autopilot takes their ambient rock to the road

“Searching for what we hope to find. We’re just crooked lines,” sings Canadian band Autopilot on their latest release, Hurricane. Based in Saskatoon, Saskachewan,...

Cypherpunk Hammy Havoc’s take on privacy, open-source society, and true self-sustenance

Hammy Havoc is a multi-faceted cypherpunk writer based in Liverpool, United Kingdom. We had to have him tell us more about how he -...

Humanity amongst the ruins of constant conflict: Q&A with (fraudulent) photojournalist...

"I want to show the public the reality of these places, telling the story through my work, something that can impact and bring a willingness to change to the next."

Pie Face Girls: Angry, Attentive, and Anti-HB2

We started off discussing Monsanto on slightly damp benches. Dani’s disdain for the company’s careless disruption of the natural flow of things quickly shifted...

Messages from a movement: Charlotte, NC rises up together

On this hot, sunny Saturday in September, the people of the Queen City and beyond marched together in protest to denounce and heal from the killings of Keith...

Mischievous Minds: A Short Tale

Six hands, six empty pockets. Two mischievous minds planning to shoplift. One opposing mind, supposedly mine yet somehow I find myself fascinated with an object, obviously planning...

Guardians of Our Garden

Roses are red, Violets are blue. Seeds were planted in the past, time passed & those seeds grew. They blossomed & became beautiful; They are symbolic...

Assassin, Vol. 1

Seeing violence done in the dark has me leaving the light switch off as I speak in silence. Seeking guidance when seeds of doubt sprout...

The End of Silence, revisited

'Life is full of noise and that death alone is silent... nothing essential happens in the absence of noise'. Noise: the Political Economy of Music, Jaques...

Thoughts on Brexit, a Lesson in Change

The very real anger and frustrations of the working classes across Britain have failed to be addressed and the European Union and the issues of immigration have sadly been utilised as a scapegoat through a thinly-veiled xenophobia disguised as taking back control of the nation’s democracy.