Goldie Oldie Mixtape

Holla! How are you and how’s your 2014 so far? For all of you who have been wondering, yes yes we know it’s been forever since we make a mixtape post and this time we’d like to share some of our favorite songs from all the years back. Because, well, the best oldies songs are practically impossible to dislike, no matter what your age is and what is the best way to start the new year without taking a bit glimpse to the good old days?

This mixtape is dedicated to those who can appreciate the upbeat tunes that will move your feet, harmonies that will lift your spirit and sweet lyrics to remind you of the simple, carefree life, the memories of the past and dancing the night away. If you love those classic feel (some were love and some wasn’t enough lovey-dovey kind of), here is our gift to you for embracing the big two-o-one-four with such a good note and hopefully it can swept you away for a walk down back to the memory lane, whilst daydreaming on a grass fields, and having fun reminiscing with your dear ones. Either way, happy listening!

Oh and do you have your personal favorite song(s) from those goldie-oldie era? Drop us the youtube link, soundcloud, spotify or anything below on the comment box, we’d love to get swept away by yours too!

01. Good Old Days (The Little Rascals Theme Song) – Leroy Shield (1930)
02. Singing In The Rain – Gene Kelly (1952)
03. Little Bitty Pretty One – Thurston Harris (1957)
04. Build Me Up Buttercup – The Foundations (1968)
05. The Pushbike Song – The Mixtures (1970)
06. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go – Wham! (1984)
07. Groovin’ – The Young Rascals (1967)
08. You To Me are Everything – The Real Thing (1976)
09. Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel – Tavares (1976)
10. I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) – The Four Tops (1965)
11. (I Don’t Know Why) But I Do – Clarence “Frogman” Henry (1961)
12. Mermaid – Tatsuro Yamashita (1985)
13. Moon River – Audrey Hepburn (1961)
14. Karma Chameleon – Culture Club (1983)
15. Kamina – Ry-Co Jazz (1966)
16. Feeling Good – Nina Simone (1965)
17. Suliram – Miriam Makeba (1960)

Download Goldie Oldie mixtape here

All music is for sampling purposes only, please buy the artists’ records & support them.


Oslo’s photograph, somewhere in Bandung (2010)

R. F. Kusuma

Maybe among you who love analogue photography or at least have ever bought analogue cameras would know this particular friend of ours. He’s one of our few friends from the virtual world that eventually become friends in the real life (blame it on the Facebook :p). A Jakarta based analog photographer-slash-graffitiartist-slash-entrepreneur-slash-blogger, Renaldy Fernando Kusuma or Enat for short.

Enat became familiar with analogue cameras since 2008, when Lomo were such a hit here in Indonesia. Enat started his interest in the world of analog photography by doing experiments, such as red-scales, multi-exposures, etc. In 2009, Enat and some of his friends who were active in Kaskus (Indonesian based online forum) created a community of toy / plastic cameras known as Klastic. But after 2 years as a chairman, Enat decided to continue his passion on photography himself.


“Never underestimate the power of a flyer, because one flyer could changed your life forever”


We always thought that Enat became a photographer first and then a graffiti artist later. It turned out wrong! His interest in graffiti emerged after he saw a flyer for Medium Rare event in 2005 and it filled with bio of the graffiti artists. Since then he started to draw on the wall in 2006 with the alias name MUMU and later on he joined MASE CREW in 2007. In 2012 he organized one of the most talk-about event in the world of graffiti, Indonesia Character Meeting (ICM).

Enat prefers his photograph in color rather than in black and white. The reason is simple, because he likes to photograph plants, landscape and guess what? Young girls :p His photographs are mostly inspired by some of the Asian photographers like Patrick Tsai, Kotori Kawashima, Sayaka Minemura, and Astrid Prasetianti (they made a photobook together in 2012)

A lil bit about his camera,
1. His very first camera, Fujica MA1 (he bought it at thrift market for just Rp. 15.000,- or around $1)
2. The most memorable camera, Skina Smile (memorable because of the journey he took when he finally get his hands on that)
3. The camera that he already sold and later regret doing it, Ricoh R1s
4. His dream camera, Minolta TC1

Currently Enat is active on analog photography zine called The Future of the Past with Astrid Prasentianti and their friends, created a clothing brand named Tjau, and in his works with analog photography through JellyPlayground which he started since 2009.

R. F. Kusuma

R. F. Kusuma

R. F. Kusuma

more photos after the jump!

VSCO Cam app is a favorite of many regular iPhone snapper, Instagrammer or even, a professional photographer. With its lovely film presets and easy editing tools, it will turn your every day photos into something quite amazing.

Couple of months ago, the most exciting update from VSCO, VSCO Grid, were published. A free minimalist publishing platform for people to showcase their mobile photography, integrated with preset from VSCO Cam app, and by simply providing a cleanly designed portfolio of sorts for display purposes to differentiate it with other photo-sharing media.


“While we are interested in genuine, human connections, VSCO Grid™ is not a social network. You’ll notice an absence of standard social network fare: comments, reblogs, number of followers, etc. We hope people discover new creatives and their work, but VSCO Grid™ is focused on craft, curation and content, and less on followers and likes.”


After a long wait for our account to be accepted, we’re finally in! These are some snaps from our Grid account (

Oh and if you’re using VSCO Grid too, drop us a link to your feed. We would love to check out your cool works!

Portrait 2

Bandung, April 2011

Yashica MF2 + Kodak Gold 200

The Cooking Trial Session #2 with Kadura Keramik

Fresh-from-the-oven Wheat Bread with a bowl of creamy Apple-Carrot Soup. Couldn’t get heartier than that. Hence our overblown, jump-out-of-our-seats excitement when we documented Fauzy, Ghia, and Nuri from Kandura Keramik over their baking and cooking trial for their Kitchen Stage performance at Keuken #4, The Jolly Camaraderie. The smell of freshly baked bread inside the oven and the sound of steamy soup in the pot is an effective way of getting our stomach grumbling. The bread turns out to be just the perfect accompaniment for the soup. And it just so happens that when carrot and apple get together, they make some pretty delicious creamy soup. The hardest part will be stopping after one.

They’re gonna bake and cook enough bread and soup for you at Cocktail Hour Session around 3pm-6pm. Prepare yourself for an overly hearty treats from them.

Nuri & Ghia


The Ingredients

Make The Dough


more photos after the jump!