Cover Story
Adaora Cobb is a versatile model, who has been featured in Seventeen, Ebony, Essence, and Sports Illustrated. Though she didn’t grow up dreaming of becoming a model, she was quickly drawn into the world of modeling after being scouted in her home state of Connecticut.
Words & Photography by Jasmine Jones
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In her words, undefined, unapologetic, and at peace, Ms. Tekowa Lakica.
Words by Gregory Gagliardi 
Photography by Tristan Sayah

Jack Riley writes queer psych-pop as Pleasuremad. Their latest record, Where the Tragic Happens, is a social dissection glossed in glam. An occult journey through dysphoria and detachment manifests a deeply immersive listen. Jack sat down with us to discuss identity actualization, inspirations behind the new record, leaving Hartford and why coming back was so necessary.

Words by Dylan Healy

Photography by Ryan Kelso

Opinion & Culture

Photographer and traveller Alyssa Mattei introduces her new series ‘National Parks Charity Collective’ by analyzing the important conservational impact of the National Park System.

Words & Photography by Alyssa Mattei

New Media

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Music Video
Connecticut three-piece Zanders has announced their new record, Concentration Sixty-Four -- their first release in four years. This marks the group's first release with Hartford record label, Funnybone Records. You can pre-order a physical copy over at their Bandcamp. Listen to their new single, "Traces," available everywhere now.
Song by Zanders
Photographed by Zanders
Released by Funnybone Records
Written by Zanders, Dylan Healy and Jasmine Jones
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Music Video
Watch Bebé Machete's latest music video for their new single Ghazal.
Song by Bebé Machete
Video by Kelsey Sharpe and Mobey Irizarry
Released by Funnybone Records
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