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Tom Hunter’s memory lane

‘A palace for us’ is a moving account of life at the Woodberry Down estate in Hackney. Tom Hunter’s documentary film shows at the Serpentine Gallery until 20th January.

Written by Jessica Furseth

Woodberry Down girl by Romain Lambert-Louis, after ‘Jackie 1973’ by Erica Dobbs It’s good Tom Hunter’s film is as good as it is, because the last time I queued this […]

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An Interview with Illustrator Tom Clohosy Cole

The super talented illustrator Tom Clohosy Cole graduated from Kingston University in 2011, and has since built an impressive portfolio of clients. Find out more about his career and inspiration in this exclusive interview.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Financial Times editorial. Since I discovered the unique and wonderful work of Tom Clohosy Cole at his Kingston University graduate show in 2011 his career has unsurprisingly gone from strength […]

ATP – HALLOWEEN: RELEASE THE BATS! Deerhoof, The Liars, Black Lips, Deerhunter, Fuck Buttons + DJ Fra + ATP DJs

ATP – HALLOWEEN: RELEASE THE BATS! Deerhoof, The Liars, Black Lips, Deerhunter, Fuck Buttons + DJ Fra + ATP DJs

The Forum, Kentish Town London, 3rd November 2007

Written by Jayne Helliwell

Gigs like this, epic ones, are always daunting. You want to see all the bands but you’re clearly not going to. At ALL TOMORROW’S PARTIES, it works. It’s over a […]

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Monday 27th October Camden Arts Centre, ‘Wallace Berman’: Untl 23rd November Arkwright Road, London NW3 6DG Considered as a major mover and shaker in the beat generation in the late […]

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Pick Me Up London 2015 Review

So much to see and admire! Let me take you on a brief potted tour of the collectives and print studios showing at Pick Me Up this year. Loads to discover!

Written by Amelia Gregory

I’ve introduced you to the best new graphic artists as showcased by Pick Me Up Selects, now here’s my pick of the rest of the show, where collectives and print […]

London Art Fair 2012 Review: Part Two

Part two of this year's London Art Fair review details work from galleries such as Byard Art, Woolff, The Contemporary London, Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Vigo Gallery and Bearspace.

Written by Amelia Gregory

You’ve read the first part of my London Art Fair 2012 round up, now catch up with the rest… starting with Elisabeth Lecourt of Byard Art in Cambridge who creates […]

An interview with Rapunzel and Sedayne on the release of new album Songs From The Barley Temple

Folk musicians Rapunzel and Sedayne have crafted an astonishing new album from the very best of old time and modern day influences. Find out more about their unique process in this in depth interview.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Rapunzel and Sedanye by Ada Jusic. It’s no secret that I am partial to a bit of old time folk music: it’s the sound of many a campfire singalong, a […]

An interview with Jacob Denno, editor of poetry and illustration magazine Popshot

Popshot has launched a limited edition range of prints featuring the best artwork from five issues of its seminal poetry and illustration magazine. Find out more about Popshot's Printshop here!

Written by Amelia Gregory

Popshot is a wonderful poetry and illustration magazine and editor Jacob Denno once wrote for me, so when he contacted me recently about his new limited edition print range it […]

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Primavera Sound 2011 Review: Warpaint, PJ Harvey, Animal Collective and more! (Day 3)

With today's review we come to an end of our mammoth Primavera Sound 2011 review. What amazing stories will our reporter Laura Lotti tell us today? Something involving PJ Harvey, Animal Collective, Fleet Foxes... and a lot of rock 'n roll!

Written by Laura Lotti

Warpaint by Rebecca Elves The first band I aim to see today is Warpaint. Breathing salty seabreeze and sipping the first flat beer of the day I make my way […]

Akamuti: natural organic skincare from Wales

Lindsey Hedges founded the Akamuti skincare brand when she was just 20 years old. She now runs it with the help of her family from her base in rural Wales. Read on to find out more about this ethical entrepreneur....

Written by Amelia Gregory

Akamuti by Jenny Lloyd. I first became enamoured with Akamuti skincare products when I discovered the brand in 2008 and subsequently interviewed them for the last print issue of Amelia’s […]

Shambala Festival: 26th-30th August 2010

It's a festival, but not as you know it. Amy Hughes previews the best way to lose yourself this August Bank Holiday weekend

Written by Amy Hughes

Shambala 2010: Hop to it Cowboys galloping down the hall on ‘neeeiigh’ing broomstick steeds; Thundercats high-kicking in shrunken primary colour pyjama sets and felt-tip pen facepaints; Ewok hunters on a […]

Live Music Review: TV Nights

A nu-folk night at Ronnie Scott's? Whatever next! Luckily for us it was a joy from start to finish, and gave us a sneak peek at the exceptional talent emerging from the current folk scene.

Written by Rachel Clare

Phil King. Illustration by Courtney Lee There seems to be something slightly off kilter about going to the legendary home of London’s jazz scene to hear folk music but on […]

Visual Music

The curator of The Book Club's 'Visual Music', Alex Marshall talks to us about semiotics, Fantasia and the universal mirror of Art. But he insists, that it all may be bullshit.

Written by Amica Lane

All photography by Matteo Patocchi When coming to chose a degree upon my emancipation from the grim steely hell that I refer to as ‘high school’ I had had intended […]

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Music Listings: 9th – 15th November

Gigs to enjoy around London this week

Written by Katie Weatherall

Monday 9th November, Jarvis Cocker, Village Underground The former Pulp man is relocating the piece he performed recently in the French capital to Shoreditch. This three-day event sees members of […]

Graduate Fashion Week Day 3: Somerset College and DeMontfort, Leicester

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Written by Morgan Allen-Oliver

As a menswear specialist, it is irrevocably informative to look at the work of designers who specialise in other areas. Imagine my delight then, as I sat through two shows […]

Rumble in the Jumble

Jumble Sale, London

Written by Melodie Ash

Coming from a rural upbringing the staple jumble sale was as much engrained into the infrastructure of village life as the Women’s Institute’s flower arranging classes and the humble church […]

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