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Blackthusiasts #1: Catarina Salinas (singer)

Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome our first guest for the Blackthusiasts segment: Catarina Salinas, lead singer and one half of the Indie-electronic/dream-pop duo Best Youth ! If you are unfamiliar, go listen to their debut album Highway Moon right now! In this recurring segment we will be asking like-minded enthusiasts of the color black…or as we like to […]


Frowst, a book by Joanna Piotrowska

They say you should not judge a book by it’s cover. Well… Unless it’s black, and it’s content is really interesting! Frowst is a collection of sepia toned images highlighting the awkwardness of intimacy through a beautiful series of staged family photos made by Joanna Piotrowska. The title itself denotes a warm or stuffy atmosphere and captures […]

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3 Iconic Black Guitars

Whichever way you put it, guitars are awesome. You can play them loud for millions of people on a stage, play them quietly on your bedroom so the neighbours won’t call the cops, or merely have them exhibited in your living room for everyone to glance at your gorgeous, classic and timeless choice of musical heritage […]


Records with Black Covers #2: [Justice – Cross]

For the second item on your full-black record shelf, stack, or plain-old pile-of-records-next-to-the-turntable, we bring you Justice’s debut album – † (yes, that’s an ASCII cross symbol) “†, alternatively known as Cross, is the debut album of the French house duo Justice, released on June 18, 2007. It was certified gold in the UK on December […]