Hi everyone, I am Marc Louis-Boyard, the founder of Slow Culture. I am also copywriter, project manager and digital consultant at Kayak Communication, a global advertising agency based at Euratechnologies in Lille, France. Between Berlin, Paris and Budapest, my happy-go-lucky spirit was enriched by both creative encounters and a solitary appetite for art in all its forms. Find me on LinkedIn and Instagram.
Brian Wilson is the band leader of The Beach Boys, the renowned surf music band who peaked in the mid-sixties. We focus today on Brian’s genius (even though he several times made clear that this affirmation made no sense) during his psychedelic period, judged by numerous to be one of the most interesting in modern music history.
Georgia Peach aka ggpeach is one of the many surprises Montreal brought us these last months (remember, when we interviewed SWEAT?). While reading this review, listen to the album on Bandcamp after having liked ggpeach on Facebook. Visit her webstite, too, and attend her forthcoming gigs.
Shane Jesse Christmass is the author of Acid Shottas (Ledatape Organisation), Police Force As A Corrupt Breeze and Napalm Recipe (Dostoyevsky Wannabe). Police Force As A Corrupt Breeze awarded him a nomination for Best Australian Book by The Guardian in December 2016. Shane also played in Mattress Grave before joining Snake Milker.
Links to the books if you click on their cover (consider this as a post-Easter hide-and-seek game).
Elias Attea was born under New York New Moon on one of the coldest times of Buffalo’s history, or so the legend goes. While a yankee in heart, Attea crawled six-hundred miles as a baby to arrive and endure Tennessee’s hot, humid southern sunshine. While proud to be a Tennessee kid, Attea now resides in a quiet farm house in Western New York, shoveling snow, shit, and soil whist working on his practice as a spiritualist and writer (and paying the bills, somehow).
Marcus Slease was born in Portadown, N. Ireland and immigrated to Las Vegas at almost age 12. He left the U.S. in 2005 and is no longer a resident alien of the U.S. His latest book, Play Yr Kardz Right, is forthcoming from Dostoyevsky Wannabe in August 2017. Currently, he lives in Madrid, Spain and teaches English as a foreign language. Check out his website and add him on Instagram.
Did you ever wonder what are the motives behind the people painting worlds with words? Writer, Chief Editor and Wizard of modern literature at Dostoyevsky Wannabe, Richard Brammer opens our Owerllian series called “Why I Write”, based on the essay of the same name.