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4. PROMPTS

The final poster for the 3rd Kamias Triennial

Halina't makisawsaw sa 2020 Kamias Triennial

diskurso.com echoes the 3rd Kamias Triennial's press release to also read as the reason why we're prompting our readers to check the event out, if only so diskursos (discourses) could occur around the anti-Goliath issues and aims the event has been putting on the table. POSTED 02/06/2020

 


3. DISKURSO'S SINGER-SONGWRITER TIER

The band Z: from left, Raiki, Yari, Dawi, Popo, and Chance. (Photo by N.E.C. Studios)

More leftfield than Ely Buendia can ever be
―an interview with Z's Yari Kagami

After launching in late 2019 our magazine's new Singer-Songwriter Tier section, we filled it up early this year with another interview with another young singing-songwriting voice, Z's Yari Kagami. POSTED 02/03/2020

 


2. PICKS OF THE MONTH

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diskurso.com's Picks of the Month: January 2020

Here are diskurso.com's first picks from the new year, involving a TV ad touching on the NHS, another TV ad series intimating issues around the tiny house movement, and a January film release displaying stupid salutes. POSTED 01/24/2020

 


1. PICKS OF THE MONTH

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diskurso.com's Belated Picks of the Month: November-December 2019

diskurso.com delivers its belated picks from the months of November and December last year, involving another couple of timely episodes from a tragicomic Web TV series, an exegesis of the virtues of avant pop, and a documentary film that turned out to be 2019's subtlest allegory on our current condition. POSTED 01/19/2020

 


 

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