Emerging and established musicians like DJ Prie, Zinhle Ngidi and more talk to us about the intricacies of being part of the gqom scene.
From Nakhane to siblings Kim and Laura ‘Lady Skollie’ Windvogel, we look at ways creatives are changing the way we discuss sex and identity politics.
The anticipated i-D documentary hosted by Mykki Blanco and shot in Joburg captures queer and trans realities in contemporary South Africa. We speak to a few of the artists featured in the film.
“Selfies as self-affirmation.” Ten creatives speak on seeing, capturing and sharing their beauty through self portraiture.
Performance artist Desire Marea sits down to interview Lagos-born, Joburg-based Negiste Yesside Johnson, whose video trilogy is on exhibition in Cape Town and travels across Europe this month.
Collaborative art duo FAKA drop their much anticipated EP ‘Bottomless Revenge’, a collection of authentic homegrown sounds.
From the childhood home and the bustling city, to the club and the online realm, Desire Marea reflects on the notion of safe spaces for black, queer bodies.
Filmed across a number of locations, FAKA’s latest video is an ode to black queer bodies apologetically embracing themselves and their visibility in the world.
9 breakthrough South African artists and duos who’ve been at it this year, guns blazing, making work that’s vital and impossible to ignore.
An ode to the legendary Brenda Fassie, art duo FAKA describe their new video ‘From a Distance’ as a “Gqom-Gospel lamentation for dick”. Watch it here.
FAKA is a cultural movement and online platform that promotes young black queer voices in current South Africa’s sociopolitical sphere.