REDDI SET GO

Reading Time: 5 minutes In celebration of the release of his new single “Lotto” with artist Lunadira, writer Pravin Nair decided to sit down with Jimmy or F.K.A Reddi Rocket to discuss on his upcoming track, music, fashion, coffee and what makes him Reddi Rocket, the artist we should all be listening to!

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SATU PEGGY DI GOUALA LUMPUR

Reading Time: 4 minutes I’ll take you back to November 30, 2019. It was a sweaty party that I arrived too early for. One claypot chicken rice, two Family Mart trips and three dead phones later, the whole of REX KL was housing the likes of party go-ers and anti-socialites crooning lullabies to themselves in corners. Peggy Gou by Yasmine Lazuli

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CONVERSATION WITH FRIENDS: AIMAN AND PAALAN

Reading Time: 7 minutes “I tried to capture the pair of oddballs in all their obnoxious queer glory looking out-of-place in contrast to that distinct quaint quality you find in old terraced houses of PJ neighbourhoods -by doing this I also got the chance to immortalise my own relationship to that house which acted as my safe space for the past year; MAJOR BONUS.” Natasha Pea on Aiman and Paalan

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keJOHNtanan

Reading Time: 7 minutes “Before I was an editor, I used to write. A lot. Then I fell in love with films. The reason I went into editing was because I thought that understanding how to edit a film would give me the extra mileage in telling a great story. I feel that it does. And, from this experience in editing, I fell in love with films even more.”

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BORED GAMES

Reading Time: 4 minutes Somehow, as a modern society, we have come to collectively accept that raw feelings and emotions are a sign of weakness. Here, Pravin Nair talks about the reality of dating in our modern day age.

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KELUNDING | FRANCIS WOLF

Reading Time: < 1 minute Kelunding (which means Keluhan Dinding or Writings On The Wall) is a visual documentation of street prose taken in and around the Klang Valley. These works reflect a peek into the zeitgeist of a nation in transition.

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RANTI-NG

Reading Time: 4 minutes The 19th of October 2019, like every other day, happens differently for everyone. For me, it was the day I shook hands with Jason Ranti, an Indonesian born and based creator who came to Malaysia to perform his work. This was his debut staging outside of his home country. The event, organized by Mendam Rasso, took place at Serambi Karya, Rumah Meranti 2, Jalan Bellamy, Kuala Lumpur. It was a gathering of many good faces and intentions nesting sheltered and barefoot in a homely space.

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LITTLE TALKS WITH EUDORA MAYA

Reading Time: 3 minutes Eudora Maya is a 22-year-old photographer who creates her work based on nostalgia. For her, being a part of the creative scene in Malaysia is liberating and that’s why the country holds a special place in her heart.

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RUNCIT DENGAN SKIN

Reading Time: 5 minutes Mula’s first-ever beauty editorial features your local Kedai Runcit, AKA the convenience store, and the multitudinous range of skincare products it provides.

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THE GIRLS WITH POTENTIAL: Isabella Walton

Reading Time: 5 minutes We summarise what ADHD is and the impact it has on our lives. This is illustrated through a collection of our home footage. Throughout our childhood, we have constantly heard, that we are ‘almost there’ but have yet to reach our “potential.” This film will expose how toxic this type of feedback is for hardworking messy women like myself in the long run. This is supported by the words of Psychiatrist/ ADHD Specialist Morris Zwi who explains that women with ADHD do exist, and we need to support them.

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WE WENT TO WATCH ALADDIN THE MUSICAL IN SINGAPORE!

Reading Time: 2 minutes Whether you grew up watching Disney classics or you’re a fan of musicals, Aladdin the musical is a treat for your senses. From the lavish sets to the stunning costumes, they have spared no expense in making the world of Aladdin come to life. The best part? The Disney magic of course. Text by Hazirah and Photos by Sabrina

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KAMI (1982) BY ALIF AZIZAN

Reading Time: 5 minutes Kami (which means “Us” if you are a non Malay speaker) was directed by Patrick Yeoh, who was a film critic and a respected figure in the history of Malaysian cinematography. This film serves as Sudirman’s debut and last film due to its (well, not so encouraging) performance on the big screen. The film revolves around the lives of two adolescents, Tookoo (played by Sudirman) and Din (acted by child actor Zul Zamanhuri) trying to survive the big city of Kuala Lumpur.

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