May 22, 2020

Talking about materiality, pigments, and organic practice with London and Kent based artist Polly Bennett.

M: Maybe the best way to start this is to ask what you’re working on right now?

P: Sure, I’m currently working on a couple of projects, before lockdown I was going...

May 15, 2020

After a few years silently working and gaining more momentum with each film, Eliza Hittman has become a strong contemporary cinematic voice. Backed by Sundance’s artistic belief and support in her work ever since her short “Forever’s Gonna Start Tonight” in 2011, throu...

March 4, 2020

Watching films and reading about them is thrilling. Whether light criticism, personal entries, or academic scholarship, in one form or another it's the embodiment of what you wanted to discover and learn more about when you first put on that movie. But like with most t...

February 25, 2020

When Chase Atlantic first released their music, they did not expect it to change anyone’s life but their own. The band, comprised of Mitchel Cave on lead vocals, his brother Clinton Cave on lead guitar and saxophone, and Christian Anthony on rhythm guitar, started in A...

January 17, 2020

Most of us chose King’s not only because of its good reputation but also because it seemed to pride itself on inclusivity, acceptance and a liberal worldview. I wanted to find out how true that is, and if King’s are really doing enough to promote pride and keep queer s...

October 28, 2019

Omeara is the perfect venue for a Plested gig. With a maximum capacity of 320 people, even tonight’s sold out show felt small and intimate. The intimacy allowed for genuine conversation between songs as if Plested was part of the crowd. Throughout the show a guestbook,...

September 4, 2019

Photo credit: flickr

Some musicians deliberately attempt to distinguish themselves from the masses—this is the goal they bear in mind while creating. In some ways, it’s an understandable aim. Nowadays, our ears are oversaturated with songs due to the Internet. Therefore...

August 4, 2019

Emerson Snowe at The Great Escape

(All photos by Liza Mikhaleva)

Spoiler—nothing but a guitar in his hands (an acoustic one, though). Emerson Snowe travels with an Australian passport in which the 'name' states: Jarrod Mahon. The 25-year-old musician from Brisbane has b...

March 5, 2019

Alex Lowen is a young DJ from Monaco, who began producing music at the age of 17, and had the opportunity to study at the top notch Berklee College of Music in Boston.

Who are currently your main influences in music?

Right now in production, it is Folamour, Laurent Garni...

February 21, 2019

Co-written by Jared Phanco 

The weather is stormy and dark as we arrive at the train station to meet up with Vincent Kamp. Vincent — “Vince” — is known for his realistic paintings, depicting gritty lifestyles full of tension and glamour. Taking a great deal of inspirati...

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