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BABYSTEP MAGAZINE Est. 2017 

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February 13, 2020

Some seven years since the release of their last album, ‘Comedown Machine’, The Strokes have emerged with a newfound sound. Performing a benefit gig in support of Bernie Sander’s US presidential bid, the New York 5-piece announced the upcoming release of their new stud...

February 12, 2020

The Uniform of the Black Panther Party

Since the construction of fashion standards and ideals during the Renaissance, how we choose to dress has become significantly more complex than simply a matter of what will best keep us warm. Clothing is no longer merely a practic...

February 3, 2020

The motto: “Broaden some horizons”.

3 songs of varying genres.

1 cover song that we love for some reason or another.

1 essential album to hear before you die.

Song #1 – ‘Water No Get Enemy’ (Fela Kuti)

Fela Kuti was a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist, human rights activist, a...

January 31, 2020

Overcoming the “complicated process that had no right answer” the world has been granted the
final workings of Mac Miller’s masterpiece Circles. Preaching feelings of hope and self care, Jon
Brion worked tirelessly to release Miller’s last words to his fans. His altern...

January 28, 2020

Who better to kick off our BluePrint series than The Jungle Brothers. We talked to group-member Bam (better known as Baby-Bam) about the track 'I'll House You'. He told us all about the process of making the hit, his expectations at the time, and the legacy the track h...

January 26, 2020

Scottish born Adam Wiles, better known by his world-beating pseudonym of Calvin Harris, has been a staple in charts across the globe for over a decade. While his endeavors across this period haven’t always resonated with music fans as well as he would have hoped, one t...

January 26, 2020

As part of our 'Meet The Team' series, we spoke to Resident Artist Kitty Abberton. What followed was a great chat about how Kitty first got into art, how her style has changed, and what her hopes are for 2020.

Please tell us your name, age, role in the magazine and what...

January 25, 2020

Sam Mendes’s Oscar-nominated 1917 is an odyssey of fortitude, fear, and military dynamism, set in the trenches of Northern France during the First World War. Famous for his fluid filming technique, Mendes returns to the oeuvre of the single-shot that awarded him credit...

January 24, 2020

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Tell anyone who's not heard your new single 'Red Flower' abit about it? 

It’s a song we wrote about power, the idea of ’Red Flower’ was slight reference to the Jungle Book. In terms of style its a slow sensual song, with an old school cuban salsa influenced bea...

January 22, 2020

Ralph Lawson is leaving his residency at Back To Basics after 28 years behind the decks. Lawson played the first ever record (Marshall Jefferson presents Truth - ‘Open Your Eyes’) at the long running Leeds institution way back in November 23rd 1991. Using line-up poste...

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