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New York is the supposed the city of BIG DREAMS, but it’s just as likely the city of nightmares. I know what it means to feel isolated in that HUGE city surrounded by millions of people. I watched this interesting documentary on Dazed Digital called “Can’t Nobody Else Love You”

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Via Dazed Digital The war on drugs in the Philippines is relatively unspoken about in the mainstream Western media, despite the persistent violence and killings that have been occurring since Rodrigo Duterte was elected as president in 2016. Setting out to explore the effect that Duterte’s war on drugs is having

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Dazed Digital’s Radar Radio has a new episode up featuring an interview with a couple of our favorite punks – TheOGM and Eaddy of ho99o9. Although I haven’t seen them live yet, Sean came home from their Vancouver show preaching the word of HO99O9! Check out this rad interview below…  

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Los Angeles is weird place on so many levels, and growing up there is even weirder! I’m a product of that environment, but since I had to chance to live all over the world, it has given me a different perspective on the City of Lost Angels. Brighton-born, Los Angeles-based filmmaker Jesse Heath has

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Dazed Digital It’s been two years since Seth Ferranti was released from prison, after serving the majority of a 25 year sentence for distributing LSD across the state of Virginia. At 22, he was selling hundreds of thousands of hits of acid, as well as weed, on the college scene and elsewhere

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via Dazed Digital Text Kemi Alemoru & Photos by Emily Goddard  Capturing the beauty, bravery and profound impact of people who have narrowly escaped death, photojournalist Emily Goddard has revealed a unique project named ‘When death leaves his mark’. Born from her morbid curiosity with the ever real possibility of our own mortality, the

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