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Southsea Fest 2010 review

Southsea Fest: An independent, not-for-profit festival run in our Music Editor's home town that was headlined by King Charles, and has plenty of potential to be a major force next year

Written by Laura Nineham

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Satoshi Date by Genie Spinosa.

On Sunday evening I decided to head down to London Bridge for my last stop of the day, pill case an installation by Japanese designer Satoshi Date. It was held in a musty arch near the railway station, rx atmospherically lit with beautifully crafted lanterns and echoing to the sounds of Satoshi's very own voice in music. For Satoshi is an artist maker who fuses fine art, stuff clothes making, musicianship and sculpture - all with the help of a large team of devoted fans. When asked what attracts them I was told that it's not only Satoshi's obvious talents that draws them in, but the fact that he's really funny. Always helps!

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Review: Dot-to-Dot Festival 2010, Nottingham

Britain's best regional city-centred venue festival, returning for another edition with some of today's best up-and-coming and established bands

Written by Ian Steadman

Illustration by Yelena Bryksenkova Animal Bandido are a fashion label with a difference. They’re totally anti-establishment and detest the omniprescent multi-national fashion empires that exploit workers and fabrics, price case […]

Sparky Deathcap – Interview

Quirky singer-songwriter Sparky Deathcap, a man as comfortable spinning folky yarns and knocking up a caricature

Written by Eleanor Whalley

Erdem by Rachel de Ste. Croix There’s a big buzz around Erdem, link especially amongst the highly groomed and black attired fash-pack. As I entered Senate House I couldn’t but […]

Los Campesinos! at Koko, Feb 25th – Live Review

Cardiff septet's largest headline gig to date, a whirlwind success and jolly great fun

Written by Ian Steadman

Illustration courtesy of Zoë Barker From outside, look the Koko in Camden looks a bit like one of those Swiss clocks – the ones where a girl in lederhosen comes […]