Meer talks about finding her voice and feeling most comfortable when it’s on a beat, mental health and why women of colour need their mums.
I think people find their armour in different ways but for me personally, mine’s a suit.
One brief decider using paper, scissors, rock, then twin brother Shingi Murare kicks off a ‘Game of Skate’ match versus his brother Muche, the pair known as Too’OnPoint meet me at their local park in Flatbush, Barry Curtis Park. ALEYNA: So you guys grew up around here? I’m filming you. SHINGI: Oh shit, yeah weContinue reading “A GAME OF SKATE with Too’OnPoint”
Missioning into Bodega, Wellington city, last Friday night for David Dallas’ Running Tour; local acts Jay Knight, Percieve and Kid’ n’ Rei had warmed up the crowd so well, the condensation from people-sweat was already running down the walls. This only came to our attention, however, when The Daylight Robbery band took the stage; our camera lenses had fogged upContinue reading “Review: David Dallas — Runnin’ Tour, Wellington Show”