A collection of short stories about Kika's experience in Andalucia, Spain.
A diary of a multilingual creative running a business in Granada, Andalucia with an interesting chapter about Granada's Holy processions during Semana Santa.
"What I love about Ibiza is that you can walk the streets with a piece of shit on your head and no one will question it."
Summer months, with portraits of the party-goers and other 'strange birds' from various nations on this spanish island, generally regarded as a cosmopolitan 'Sodom and Gomorra' in the Mediterranean.
It’s a tribute to punk & to all the bands and people who cooperated.
It’s Kika's respect towards a movement that changed the history of music.
Click for an in depth interview with Ludo Mariman,
godfather of Belgian punk and Kika.
(backcover polar fury Lieven Herreman)