I swear, you have to be at least 50 to recognize this magazine, 70 to receive it, and 80 to fuckin read it
Quick and simple lifehacks.
I’d recognize Los Hernandez bros art anywhere
(35# Cambodia) Ros Sereysothea: Why she kicks ass
- She was a famous Cambodian singer who was given the nickname of the “Golden Voice”.
- She sang from a variety of music genres: from psychedelic and garage rock to blues and film music.
- She started signging to Sinn Sisamouth, a very popular singer at time time, and also performed with other prominent singers o the era such as Pan Ron, Houy Meas, and Sos Mat.
- She published patriotic songs at the time of the civil war.
- When Khmer Rouge took over, she was forced to sing only songs for the new regime.
- She disappeared at the age of 29, and although it is uncertain, it is believed that she died during a genocide conducted by Khmer Rouge. Her remains have never been found.
A tiger walks into a liquor store…there’s no punchline here.
I want to see this documentary so bad! I fell in love with this music a few years ago and I’m glad the story’s getting the proper treatment. You can see it in LA if you buy VIP tickets to the Cambodian Music Festival but those shits are 200 a pop. That ain’t right, man. Ain’t even right.
So my prayers have been flanswered and Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten will be screening at Long Beach’s Cambodia Town Film Festival on Sept 7th at a much cheaper price