Furocity by Tyson Fury looks like the combined effort of no more than three product design student’s end of year…

“We’ve gone from being nineteen-year-olds making music about growing up and hating ourselves to being grown men making music about…

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The highly mythologised concept of platonic dualism was already floating around the collective cultural consciousness by the time ticketed attendees…

There are three simple rules involved in a mosh pit. The first. Always lift back up the fallen soldiers. Second. Be humbly aware that everyone in that mosh is your combative ally.

Yes, all Kurdish music and it’s culture was banned in Syria up until 2011 during the Arab Spring. When the Kurdish regained control, centres to study music started reemerging. But yes, all literature and writing in Kurdish was not allowed before.

I suppose it was later deemed morally reprehensible to consume outside of one’s immediate needs in a societal turn towards an ethical productivism which occurred in a post-2008 epoch governed by that orbital bomb of worldwide debt owed to the Decepticons.

Mansei Bridge – has become known for its Weird Vending Machines, an oddly inconspicuous little place situated somewhere between the green glow of two 7-Elevens and a sea of other convenience stores. 

The Burnout Society details the tiredness of a society driven by the self-flagellation of rampant individualism.