Check out this cool video from YELLE MAG collaborator Daniel Scott Parker & his brother, Sam Parker. DSP reads his poem “Red Herring.” & don’t miss DSP’s work at our launch party ! He sent us some poems on handmade paper & we’ll have his collab with Mimms Cross, which is featured in our first issue of YELLE MAG, entitled FEMME. “Red Herring” by Daniel Scott Parker from Sam Parker on Vimeo. “Red Herring” was first published in the Stray […]
Hey friends, Happy Friday ! Hungry for some fresh tunes ? Check out this playlist created by two of our collaborators from YELLE MAGAZINE ISSUE NO 1 (coming this spring) //// Created by HIBOO & ELLE
On a rainy and cold Sunday, Justin ‘Mosaic’ Culver’ (‘Mo’) and I decided to take some photos in front of the public art project/trailer called Centre-Fuge in East Village, New York. Mo is a lyricist, poet, hip-hop artist, beats-maker and has been a good friend and YELLE inspiration since the beginning. His journey and struggle and experience in New York seems more visceral than most. People talk about how New York unlike many other cities has a distinct persona. The way […]
I caught up with Missy two weeks ago and bemoaned how far away her studio is and what a terrible friend I am for not having visited. In the meantime, I asked her to text me photos of what she was working on in the studio. She had told me about these massive panels she was working on covered in train tickets from when she lived in Salerno, Italy and I was dying to see a sneak peek. Once she […]
Here’s a sneak peek of content coming your way soon ! Look out for a micro-interview with artist & dear friend, Missy Cargo as well as a photo feature on the talented singer/writer/beats-maker, Justin ‘Mosaic’ Culver.
In December 2012, YELLE hosted friend and jazz vocalist Shoshana Bush at The VV Hotel for an intimate performance. If you haven’t had the pleasure of hearing her crooning at Anyway Cafe, Ella, Birdland, or elsewhere… prepare to swoon. + + The audience was a mix of artists and non-artists: those who wouldn’t ordinarily go see live jazz or are otherwise unexposed to it. We’d like to think that the best way to enjoy new music is with friends in […]