Being a Black Guitar Player – an article by Adonai Mahoungou

“Playing the guitar has always been an escape from the real world for me.  It was where I could turn off my mind and focus on the music.” If you want to check out Adonai’s work, you can find him out here: Adonai’s LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/adonaimahoungou Thank you so much Adonai. You are the best andContinue reading “Being a Black Guitar Player – an article by Adonai Mahoungou”

IT’S ALMOST THE FUTURE: An Interview with Mia Lorelei

“Whatever you’re feeling is the only thing you have right now, so don’t waste your time thinking that things should be different. At the end of the day, everything you go through will help you grow as a person. Don’t forget it.” You’ve reached the end. Thank you Mia for taking the time to beContinue reading “IT’S ALMOST THE FUTURE: An Interview with Mia Lorelei”

It definitely wasn’t broccoli: an interview with Briston Maroney

“Hand rolling cigarettes, talkin about LCD Soundsystem while walkin around Paris with my best friends was a feeling I’ll forever chase!!“ Thank you so much Briston for taking the time to be apart of our project. It means the world to us! We hope all is well and cannot wait to reunite with you somedayContinue reading “It definitely wasn’t broccoli: an interview with Briston Maroney”

the story of an artist: vol 2 of submissions

Thank you to everyone has taken the time to submit work to us so far! We love seeing what you create and being able to share it with new people. If you are interested in submitting your own pieces, email us at thealmostfamouszine@gmail.com. Be sure to write a few paragraphs about yourself and your workContinue reading “the story of an artist: vol 2 of submissions”