Neil Dowd sits down with an up and coming star to introduce their music to our readers. This issue, Carmen is in the spotlight. Firstly, could describe your music to us? What genres does your sound incorporate? Genre-wise I think … Continue reading INTRODUCING: CARMEN
Neil Dowd sat down with the frontman of emo-pop punkers Can’t Swim to discuss tour anecdotes, Chris’ emotionally vulnerable lyrical content, and what’s coming next for the band. You guys will be playing The Cave Stage later on today, how … Continue reading INTERVIEWS// CAN’T SWIM
Neil Dowd met up with the Brightonbased four-piece, following their set at this year’s 2000 Trees Festival, to discuss their inception, the influences that inspire their genre-wielding, altpop sound, and their plans for the future. So, you guys played The … Continue reading INTERVIEWS// ORCHARDS
Neil Dowd speaks to a trio of musical acts this week – enjoy interviews with each of them, from the 2000 Trees music festival. So, we’re here at 2000 Trees Festival where you have brought ‘Lenmania 2’ to The Axiom … Continue reading INTERVIEWS// JAMIE LENMAN
A model staged a silent protest at the Gucci fashion week show in Milan on Sunday. Dressed in a white jumpsuit that bore a strong resemblance to a straitjacket, Ayesha Tan-Jones took to the stage with “Mental health is not … Continue reading Silent Protest at Gucci Fashion Week
US pop singer Jennifer Lopez has revived her iconic green Versace dress that inspired the invention of Google Images. Lopez first wore the dress almost twenty years ago at the Grammy Awards in 2000. Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of … Continue reading Jennifer Lopez’s Google Images-inspiring dress returns!
The Brits have announced that they will be reviewing their prize distribution, specifically discussing the option of abolishing the use of separate male and female categories. Whilst they have confirmed with the BBC that the male and female categories will … Continue reading Brits Awards to re-review gender based categories