Interview: Lulu James – Joy, Depth, and Truth
Progressive R&B from the U.K., with its downtempo hints of dubstep, glitch, trap, house, and every beat in between, continue to heat us up through the winter haze. It can only be a matter of time before these sounds catch [...]Tags: Black Butter Records, Blaine Skrainka, Dave Okumu, Domzilla, dubstep, Eminem, Geordie, Gil Scott-Heron, Interviews, Kid Harpoon, Kidnap Kid, Lulu James, music, Newcastle, R&B, Rudimental, Tanzania, The Invisible, The Wild Magazine, Two Inch Punch, UK
Under African Skies, Sudan + Tanzania
Photograph by J. Carrier Traditional clothing that survives across generations has to be both fashionable and functional. No place is this truer than on the continent of Africa, a place increasingly considered the next fashion frontier. Pictured above is a [...]Tags: Africa, Beadwork, Blaine Skrainka, Dan Westergren, Fashion, J. Carrier, National geographic, photography, Picture of the day, Sudan, Tanzania, The Wild Magazine
NICE DAY, HUH?
We in North America have been griping about (or in some cases celebrating) the effects of climate change since the notion came into popular consciousness several years ago. An inconvenient onslaught of snowstorms, a flurry of tragic tornadoes, some unruly [...]Tags: Africa, Climate Change, Drought, Elizabeth Zephyrine McDonough, Kenya, Kyoto Protocol, Maasai, Tanzania, world, Zeno Goldsmith
SAY HELLO TO LOVE
Kenna Zemudkun is a darling Ethiopian music composer who dares to break the boundaries of electronic, hip hop and alternative genres. The Virginia Beach raised artist is known for his unique fusion of sounds that results in the formation of [...]Tags: Alisha Acquaye, Blink, Chad Hugo, Emile Hirsch, Grammy, Jessica Biel, Kenna, Lupe Fiasco, Mt. Kilimanjaro, MTV, music, Santigold, Summit On The Summit, Tanzania, The Wild Magazine