Tag Archives: rome

It’s all about hardcore

Last year, I was lucky enough to meet Giulio Squillacciotti, an artist and movie-maker originally from Rome, Italy, which is also where I’m from. I didn’t meet him at a hipster art party nor did I meet him in a well-hidden, underground hardcore club – I actually got to know him accidentally, a couple of […]

Cold Hands, Warm Heart

“All I remember of Cologne is that it’s cold and rainy,” I said to Michael who was sitting across of me on the train, as it was crossing the Rhine. A little further, as grand as the most famous German cathedral could be, I could make out the Koelner Dom. And to my left on […]