The persistence & ever-evolving proliferation of Vancouver's xCephasx, oka Cephas Munga; photographed by Mescondi, aka Conor Cunningham.
Dent May’s Week in Pop
The intriguing & enlightened world of Dent May; photographed by Jason Frank Rothenberg.
Dent May’s hotly anticipated new album Across the Multiverse is available today from Carpark Records & the iconic artist presents the following exclusive Week in Pop guest selections via an insightful introduction:
Here are ten songs I discovered while trolling YouTube late at night, which is my preferred method of encountering unfamiliar music. I’m truly thankful for the heads who rip rare vinyls and share deep cuts for the enjoyment of thirsty online listeners like myself. I don’t really know anything about the artists, and I don’t have any cool personal stories to tell about the tracks. I just know I really like them and you will too.
Raising a toast with Dent May; press photo courtesy of the artist.
Velly Joonas, “Stopp, Seisku Aeg!”
Entourage indulgences with Dent May; press photo courtesy of the artists.
Al Dos Band, “Doing your Thing with Pride”
Picnic bench parlor poses by Dent May; press photo courtesy of the artist.
Finis Henderson, “Skip to My Lou
The sophisticated chambers inhabited by Dent May; press photo courtesy of the artist.
Flight, “No More Part Time Lovin” (long version)
Gorgeous vistas presented by Dent May; press photo courtesy of Glamour Glitz photography.
Barbara York, “Close to You”
Suave times with Dent May; photographed by Glamour Glitz Photography.
Pause, “It’s Just Amazing”
Dent May busts out his favorite Kenny G records; press photo courtesy of the artist.
Virna Lindt, “Underwater Boy”
Dent May & the LaCroix at Hanks Supermarket in New Orleans, LA; press photo.
Nino Ferrer, “Looking For You”
Being radical with Dent May; press photo.
Ernie Graham, “For A Little While”
A portrait of Dent May; photographed by Alex Broadwell.