If you’re into the deeper realms of street art then the name BRETT CHAN will be no stranger to you. If you don’t know then google his name and check out the vibrations he has spread around all over the world. It’s a unique direction which is not just his own true innovative style, but his art is also a conversation about Chan’s outlook on spirituality, life and the message which is to be one with one’s self.
We’ll be shining a happy spotlight on Mental Health this week with a 5 part series containing some tips and lighthearted advice for our creative friends suffering from depression, anxiety, bipolar, eating disorders and all kinds of mental illness.
If we can make you smile then our job is half done, the rest is up to you and the rest of us in the wider music art community to chip in and help out.
Have a good week and don’t forget to reach out if you need someone to talk to. And if you feel like someone needs help do your part and reach out too.
Photography: Ashleigh MillsWhile in the midst of writing their new album, Sydney soul punks Fait Accompli were invited earlier in the year to test out a brand new room at King Sounds Studios in Sydney.They spent a day recording their own electrified punk version of the M.I.A classic ‘Born Free’.
#RIOTOFTHEDAY /// TODAY IS #RUOK DAY /// LETS TRY AND MAKE RUOK DAY EVERYDAY. JUST ASK A FRIEND… RUOK BRO? SWEET
We are living in touch times, musicians and artists are the silent sufferers of depression and mental illness. If you know of a friend who might be suffering from hard times, do the right thing and reach out and ask them RU OK?
If you are going thru a hard time and need someone to talk to, please seek out a friend or a family member or go to the official RUOK website for more information CLICK HERE