Often regarded as the muddy root of electronic music due to their never before seen use of oscillating synthesisers, Silver Apples’ self-titled album may only be remembered due to its pioneering attributes rather than any virtuous musical prowess. Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Silver Apples – Silver Apples
Another one for all the gamers out there – if you want the more masculine aesthetic (no matter your gender) then check out this array of goodies to add to your set up. Continue reading Nook’s Cranny #3 – Necessary Products for the Gamer Boy Aesthetic
the movie beings with Malcolm and Marie returning in the middle of the night to their villa in Carmel, California. He – black suit and white shirt – is an explosion of energy. He just presented his new film and the reaction of the public and press was exceptional. She – a long silver dress – looks bored and dry while preparing her partner a plate of mac & cheese. Malcolm forgot to thank her during his speech at the movie premiere: from there, the fuse that will detonate an anger and resentment bomb hatched all night and destined to light their sleepless night. Continue reading MOVIE SOUNDTRACK WEDNESDAY #11 – Malcolm and Marie
Words: Thomas-Bradey Riseley Mythical dance duo call it a day after a celebrated and defining 28 years. Daft Punk have split. The pair from Paris have ended what was one of the most pioneering and popular dance music acts to ever exist. Their publicist Kathryn Frazier confirmed the news on February 22nd but offered no explanation, acknowledged by a video on the Daft Punk YouTube … Continue reading Daft Punk Break Up
Words: Emily Cliff Pancake day has passed and February is finally beginning to come to a close and with it bringing the warmer weather. The nights are starting to get a bit longer and warm weather of March, April and May is just on the horizon. So what better to do with milder days than to get outside and do some planting. So pull on … Continue reading Self Care Sunday #10: Spring Time Gardening
It’s Friday again, our favourite day of the week. It’s not only the start of the weekend, but also THE day for new music. However, during lockdown all the days feel similar, almost like Groundhog Day. With the prime minister releasing the roadmap out of the lockdown on Monday, we are finally hoping for some good news, a set plan out of this everlasting lockdown. … Continue reading New Music Friday 19/02/2021
Three mud-rubbed, fierce, staring tribal women posing strikingly among English roses and shrubbery wearing nothing but rags around their waists – breasts for all to see. An album cover as unmistakable as the sounds it promises. A girl gang of sonic raggamuffins. The Slits.
Continue reading Throwback Thursday: The Slits – Cut (1979)
This definitely needs a preface: you don’t need to be or identify as a girl to get that Gamer Girl aesthetic! As long as you like pink and cute stuff, read on. Continue reading Nook’s Cranny #2: NECESSARY Products To Get That Gamer Girl Aesthetic
Valentine’s can be a hard time of year regardless of a global pandemic and there’s no denying that the ever looming V day this year looks very different but that does not mean we can enjoy it the same as always! Continue reading Self Care Sunday #9: Palentine’s Day
It’s just as well that LDN caught Tribunal in the emergence of their discography, because their debut EP, ‘Circles Are Dangerous Shapes’, heavily implies that the colourful arrangements and daring approaches to production is simply the London-based hip-hop trio warming up.
Continue reading BIMM Introducing: Tribunal