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Interview with Art vs. Science’s Dan W, New Song Coming Out

Dan W of Art vs. Science talks about their influences, new work, and playing during COVID-19 pandemic. Art vs. Science are an Australian electronic dance trio based in Sydney. The band consists of Dan McNamee on vocals, guitars and keyboards; Jim Finn on vocals, and keyboards; and Daniel Williams on drums and vocals. Art vs. Science began playing many live shows in Australia, performing at several festivals (Parklife and Falls Festival) and touring nationally with The Galvatrons. Around this time Art vs. Science’s first two singles, “Flippers” and “Hollywood” received significant airplay. Art vs. Science’s self-titled debut EP was released … Read more

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The Surreal World of Cyriak, Interview

Cyriak Harris is a British artist and composer known for his surreal and grotesque short animations using photo and video montage, which he began spreading on the internet in 2004. He has since built a career as a freelance animator, working on commercials, TV shows, and music videos, and has a YouTube following of over a million subscribers. He currently lives in Lincolnshire for no apparent reason. Official site What are your major influences as an artist?  I guess it is a mixture of Escher style technical drawing and Terry Gilliam cartoon madness. Growing up I was heavily into the … Read more

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Interview with Blonde Redhead’s Kazu Makino

Blonde Redhead is an American band formed in New York in 1993 and composed of Kazu Makino (vocals, keys/rhythm guitar) and twins Simone (drums/keys) and Amedeo Pace (lead guitar/keys/vocals). We talked with Kazu about their career, their new projects, and how they are experiencing the lockdown. Retrofuturista: How are you living the lockdown? How did you keep busy during the quarantine? Kazu: I am strangely busy in quarantine. We are working on our new album and I personally still in midst of promoting my solo/ film…we are living in upstate now and the house is heated mainly by the fireplace … Read more

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Leake Street: London’s graffiti tunnel

Leake Street, or Banksy Tunnel is a famous graffiti tunnel in Lambeth, London. There are many locations in London where street art can be seen, and Leake Street is definitely one of the best places to go. The tunnel is part of the Leake Street Arches and is London’s largest legal street art area. It’s been showcasing incredible creations for years, including some original work by Banksy, and has long been somewhat of a hidden gem to explore. The tunnel became one of the world’s most famous street art spots in May 2008, after Banksy launched the Cans Festival. The … Read more

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The Surreal World of Santa Pola Saltworks

Las Salinas de Santa Pola (Santa Pola saltworks) is a natural park in the province of Alicante, in the Valencian Community, Spain. The area covering 2,570 hectares was declared a natural park by the Valencian government on December 27, 1988, and it is located in the Bajo Vinalopó region, south of the province of Alicante. This natural enclave is an example of industry-nature symbiosis since that its formation is due to the development of the activity of Bras del Port, some marine salinas that began to produce salt by solar evaporation of seawater in 1900. At the entrance of the … Read more

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Mamba Spicy Haitian Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is an excellent source of protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It has many health benefits and is also a perfect energy boost that gives us an energy hit. This savory snack, spread on bread or crackers at any time of the day has a rich and nutty flavor. Peanut butter is a must everyday snack for Haitian people. Its name in the local creole language is mamba. Haitian peanut butter is buttery and smooth, but is also hot and spicy, due to scotch bonnet. Adding this simple ingredient makes mamba different from traditional peanut butter. It’s delicious and … Read more

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How to make tofuzola, tofu mix with Gorgonzola feeling

When I lived in China, I use to find chòu dòufu, know also as stinky tofu, due to its strong odor, in a lot of restaurants, or sold as a street snack or in open markets. This form of fermented tofu has a lot a wide regional and individual variations and preparation that start from light smelling up to the strong stinky one. Stinky tofu can be eaten cold, steamed, stewed, or deep-fried. Even if the smell for someone could resemble smelly feet, rotten garbage, or a stinky toilet, the flavor is very particular that can remember the aroma of … Read more