Find out what goes on behind the scenes in our exclusive interview with the Anonymouse team.
KLÖBB – Malmø, Sweden’s only club evening dedicated to Noise.
She’s inviting the world to share her passion for plants, to witness their immense power, and to remember that we are not just a part of nature, but nature itself.
"Muxes for me is just a different gender. Here in Juchitán at least it's a normality. Here, people accept you and let you do what you want to do."
Every picture was more than a captured moment – they were intimate stories of love, joy, and the immense strength of the human spirit.
Luftloftet creates earth-shattering jazz that any self-proclaimed connoisseur of art could savour hungrily, wherever our preferences in form lie.
Meeting the revolutionary Swedish artistes and hearing their anthem for our future
Be Svendsen describes his indescribable genre in this Buddha Mag exclusive interview.
ANOTHER SPACE / ANOTHER PLACE challenges the image of our time and discusses issues concerning place, identity and visions of a possible future.
"Mr.What? is about asking questions – About life, about our meaning. Who are we? What are we doing here?"
It’s Atari getting disco pregnant and giving birth to an Italian child.
She took control of our every sense, and our minds, leaving no room for individual thought, robbing us of our egos.
“I want to take them on a journey around the world, from East to West, stopping at the most beautiful places on the planet”
The Masquerade Ball – a spectacular evening of infinite colours, heart-wrenching drama, and ballistic voices singing a language that I didn’t understand – actually taught me valuable lessons about life.
Their 150 micrograms hit me. There was no clarity, no thought, no consciousness.
The Bar Tender eases you into her world, Dreamlandia, where it’s a pink, warm sunset, 48 hours a day.
I couldn’t stop feasting on the free snacks, which included chocolate chip cookies, crisps, deep fried corn, and more.
Through tedious, methodological calculations and extensive planning, Joakim has been able to recreate the symmetry and intricacy of the natural world.
The duo compares Psytrance to the ancient drumming of tribal communities that our forefathers danced to in order to forge a connection with the gods.
Her work is a stark reminder to the audience that Nature has its powers to take planet earth back.
And half the people that visit don’t even buy shit. They just sit around and chill.
Cirque du Soleil is like nothing you’ve seen before, unless you’ve seen a unicorn.
There was no unifying theme, no standard style, and no noticeable common painting technique.
Imagine yourself prying open a tiny, ancient-looking door hidden between the bushes in your neighbour’s garden.
Young, fun, full of energy and infectiously dancey, the music of this Swedish 10-person band is what Malmö’s all about – Fusion.
I love writing poems. And I always thought that I was pretty good at that. Until now.