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February 28, 2018

Illustration by Jack Dylan

New Labour. The Premier League. Britpop. Nineties Britain seemed to be a place of change, modernity and optimism. How much this was the case has since been debated, with some looking at the period with nostalgia, and others disparaging it.  Th...

February 22, 2018

Credit: House Music With Love 

Stockholm based producer, DJ and label runner Kornél Kovács  has been building a real rapport in dance music since 2011, blessing the dancefloor, faithful to his own eccentric blend of House music. He cemented his legacy in 2016 with...

February 18, 2018

Seductive and tranquillising, Rejjie Snow’s seminal album Dear Annie  certifies the Dublin rapper as a master of fluidity, a connoisseur of curation and collaboration, and one of the most exciting breakthrough artists in recent years.

From start to finish, Dear Annie oo...

February 17, 2018

“As a girl band, you’re going to have to practice really really hard” slurs some prick to Peach Club not too long ago. Fast-forward to a year later and the feminist left-wing four-piece have set themselves up with headline shows in London, released two EPs via their ow...

February 3, 2018

In late 2017, we spoke to the Dutch Collage Artist,Martine Mooijenkind. What ensued was a revealing conversation that explained how she first got into Art, her development as an artist and her appreciation of the internet as an output for Art. 

First of all, how was 201...

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