La Femme, is a French band with a mixed musical style that is a blend of coldwave, punk, rock and yéyé.
FULL MOON FESTIVAL- A MATTE PROJECT
FULL MOON FESTIVAL - A MATTE PROJECTS
As NASA's Science News reported, a “super moon” will be dominating the sky – yes it was not only the sky but also everyone's heart.
The full moon appears every 29 days and the super moon also known as Perigee Moon happens a couple of times at it is only closest side. The celestial body appeared marginally lager and a little bit blighter than usual during the super moon. The naked eye could not detect the embitterment, but the enhanced luminosity was noticeable. This show hosted by none other than nature, gathers everyone together in New York City where variety of events are held.
When the weather is beautiful and the streets of New York City are full of festival goers, and as always, hears nice beats of sound and smells of tasty food; it is a sign of great festivals around you.
Chief Editor, HISSA IGARASHI attended a 4th annual Full Moon Festival hosted by MATTE PROJECTS in Governors Island on Friday, August 8th. A New York based creative production house, MATTE PROJECTS offers a modern innovative music festival that are founded for cooperating with creativity, artistry and culture. It has been attracting mostly the city's major creators, artists, trendsetters, and entrepreneurs.
The festival showcased bohemian music, food and cultures. Festival goers had fun with beach-themed atmosphere, great music and ethnic food. Fans enjoyed a diverse mix of artists includes Wave Racer, JDH & Dave P, Chela, Le Youth, Son Lux, the Aston Shuffle, The Knocks, Delorean and Penguin Prison that liven up the festival's atmosphere indeed. In addition to that, several NYC international restaurants presented a delicious food to filled up their stomach and recharged their energy.
That is where the excitement really starts to embody into what the MATTE projects' concept is really about; every single goers having a unique experience together through the MATTE projects' journey.
WRITTEN BY: RACHEL IIMURA
PHOTO BY: OWN IT PR