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Posts Tagged ‘Kings Cross’

An interview with Jonny Gordon-Farleigh, editor of STIR magazine

We find out more about the man behind STIR - an online and print magazine that questions our current status quo. Plus a special discount offer for all Amelia’s Magazine readers.

Written by Amelia Gregory

STIR to Action book cover by Bec Young
STIR Vol.1 cover by Bec Young.

New magazine STIR carries the strap line ANGER. ANALYSIS. ACTION. For anyone disillusioned with the current state of affairs it's a must read collection of articles, interviews and radio shows which question the direction in which our supposedly 'civilised' world is going. This weekend they take part in the Stoke Newington Literary Festival, chairing a discussion about ethical fashion at 12.30 on Sunday 9th June at the Town Hall.

STIR to Action book illustration by German Gullon
STIR to Action book illustration by German Gullon.

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Shonen Knife at the Scala: Live Review

Cult Japanese all-girl pop-punk trio return to London for their 30th anniversary party on Sunday 11th September 2011

Written by Richard Pearmain

Shonen Knife by Sally Jane Thompson After a month long tour around Europe which kicked off in, information pills of all places, more about Brixton’s Windmill, viagra Shonen Knife arrived […]

Half Japanese and The Lovely Eggs at Scala, Kings Cross: An illustrated review by Slowly the Eggs

On May 31st Half Japanese played at the London Scala, supported by The Lovely Eggs and Let's Wrestle. Maria Papadimitriou, also known as Slowly the Eggs, went along to gather illustrations for this wonderful illustrated review.

Written by Maria Papadimitriou

Half Japanese ‘Fire in her Eyes’ by Maria Papadimitriou aka Slowly The Eggs. One Tuesday evening at the end of last month I found myself going along to the Scala […]

Central Saint Martins: Ba Fashion Graduate Show 2011 review. Print.

Wonderful print in particular from Holly Fowler who made amazing jewelled maxi dresses, and also from Alfhild Kulper, Ayako Ohori, Lucie Sutton and Annabel Luton. Showing on Tuesday 31st May at the graduate show at York Hall, Bethnal Green.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Holly Fowler by Claire Kearns. I’ll always be a print kind of girl – I have a degree in printed textiles after all… and have you seen the way I […]

You Should Be In Charge: art exhibition by Bob and Roberta Smith

It’s loud, the art from Bob and Roberta Smith, with an almost cheerful buzz about it that makes you feel like taking to the streets and demand change. You Should Be In Charge is on now at the Work Gallery.

Written by Jessica Furseth

What will be the habits of the new counterculture? / In the new counter-culture what will the fashions be like / What will be the stimulants of the new counterculture? […]

An interview with Think Act Vote

Amelia's Magazine talks to Think Act Vote about their Photobooths and their plans for Vintage at Goodwood this weekend...

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Most bands have a shelf life, purchase especially the ones who are hyped. Although a review like “The first band in a decade to lay serious claim to the Stone […]