Musicians

The Pharcyde still kickin' it after 20-plus years!

Slimkid3 and Fatlip at Donauinselfest 2013 by Manfred Werner

Boasting a collective stream-of-conciousness flow, a shared love of freaky humor and fearless penchant for exposing emotions, The Pharcyde has proved itself to be one of hip hop's few originators. 

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Coffee chat with DJ Phonique

DJ Phonique

Michael Vater a.k.a Phonique moved to Berlin in the mid 90’s and was a resident DJ at King's Club in Prague, as well as in Hamburg and Berlin.

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Outlaw rebels; Fugazi

Fugazi promo image

Since its birth, rock 'n' roll has been a music worm-eaten with the myth of the lone, outlaw rebel.

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Feeling Moog; Stereolab

Stereolab promo image photographed by Sabrina Tabuchi

From south London, Stereolab wear their John Cage and John Cale influences on their sleeves, but within a short time-span have amassed an impressive body of work. 

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Horn-blowin' mad man Maceo Parker

Maceo Parker

Not unlike how a brand name like Xerox now refers to the actual photocopying process, the name Maceo has out-grown its owner - groove king MACEO PARKER - and has now come to represent the art of funky horn playing.

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Stelarc: Hooked on Art
J.B. Shoemaker Stelarc over Manhattan (1984)

The year is 1984, and a crowd begins to gather where onlookers are pointing toward the sky. A man is [ ... ]

Interview with Sarah Fimm
Rebecca Kane Sarah Fimm

It's not everyday that you meet someone as interesting as Sarah Fimm. She has already culminated nin [ ... ]

Review: Skoda 120 - Four Stroke Heaven
Joseph Ali Tehranian & Micha Jayne Full of gas, the Czech Skoda 120

Once in a very great while I have the distinct pleasure of test-driving an automobile so well-engine [ ... ]

Why Czech racism is different from Western racism
Christopher Lord Racism in the Czech Republic

We who grew up in the liberal, post-Vietnam West approach the racism of the Czechs [ ... ]

The nail that stands up, gets beaten down.
Jason Schell The nail that stands up, gets beaten down.

Capitalism, the Elite, Majority and Minority... have democratic laws and the free market furthered s [ ... ]

Government Coverup? Are the aliens already here?
Joe Bodia Alien coverup?

Are our governments trying to cover-up the existance of alien beings or visitations to our planet b [ ... ]

Feeling La-Di-Da
Jeffree Benet DJ Ladida at Future Scope w. Deborah De Luca @ Boogaloo, Zagreb

As a female Deejay in a world dominated by men, Deejay La-di-da is a bit of an enigma.

Sounds like... Issue 04
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Jeďte pracovat do zahraničí
Joe Bodia pracovat do zahraničí

Dejte se do toho, ať už máte volný jenom jeden měsíc nebo celý ro [ ... ]

Slice of Prague: The Voyeur
J. Hurewitz The Voyeur by J. Hurewitz

I met Ben tonight at Karlovo náměstí and we took the metro to Anděl. Ben had met a girl and she  [ ... ]