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Idle Warship Beautifully Bad WILD mag music

Beautifully Bad

by: Joseph Johnson


Long-time collaborators Talib Kweli and Res are currently working together under their Idle Warship project name. With a feature on the soundtrack of RZA’s forthcoming The Man With the Iron Fists movie, the duo is getting […]

Tags: (RED), Beatifully Bad, choreography, Hip-Hop, Idle Warship, Joseph Johnson, martial arts, Res, RZA, singer, Soul, soundtrack, Talib Kweli, The Man With The Iron Fists, The Wild Magazine
Flying Lotus Kahlil Joseph

Until the Quiet Comes

by: Joseph Johnson


Sometimes less is more. At others, more is more. Flying Lotus strikes a perfect balance between giving away nothing and giving away everything in his new short film, directed by Kahlil Joseph. Acting as a […]

Tags: Brainfeeder, choreography, Erykah Badu, experimentation, Film, Flying Lotus, gangs, Hip-Hop, instrumentals, Jazz, Joseph Johnson, Kahlil Joseph, LA, murder, Niki Randa, Producer, shooting, short, The Wild Magazine, Until The Quiet Comes
Dance Company Obsolenscence

DANCERS WITH A SHARED VISION

by: Lucia Cabanova


The latest choreography ‘Obsolescence’ by the young dance company Opinion Public is definitely worth checking out. The group of engaged and conscientious dancers (Etienne Béchard, Johann Clapson, Sidonie Fossé, Victor Launay and Arthur Louarti) draws […]

Tags: Alejandra Garcia, Arthur Louarti, Ballet, Béjart, choreography, dance, Etienne Béchart, Johan Clapson, Lausanne, Lucia Cabanova, Obsolescence, Opinion Public, overconsumption, overproduction, Sidonie Fossé, Victor Launay

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