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Kid Kapichi – The Green Door Store
Once upon a time, SQ Magazine stated, “Kid Kapichi will still satisfy the new generation of adolescents with a heavy dose of teenage kicks”.
And really, do we ever stop needing our teenage kicks?
The Cooking Gap
(written for SortedFood) I’m lucky. I have always been surrounded by good food. The term “Good Food” is debatable. We all have our own views on what food is “Good”, we’ve built an entire culture around it. Can food be “good” if it isn’t healthy? If it isn’t pretty enough for Instagram? What’s wrong with...
Toots and The Maytals | De La Warr Pavilion
“From Kingston, Jamaica – we call him Toots. The man who gave us the word reggae with a song called “Do The Reggay” way back, and if you hang out with someone really ugly you can say “You huggin’ up the big Monkey Man”
Confined and Cramped
Being a bystander teaches you a lot – just not from experience.
Twenty One Stupid Things
I turn 21 tomorrow. I’m still trying to work out how much I actually care. It’s arduous, attempting to collect your thoughts when the mind is overrun. Did I ever tell you about my first kiss? I was 9 years old at a school disco. It happened in the entrance of All Saints Hall whilst...
Dead Easy Banoffee Pie
I was a pretty fussy eater for most of my life. When I was 9, I had been coerced into attending a dinner with my grandparents at a friend’s house, and after being faced with the hefty, impossible challenge of forcing a lumpy potato soup down my throat all promise that the night had held...
REVIEW: Peaky Blinders “The Noose” plus Q&A with director David Caffrey.
Series three of Peaky Blinders left us to witness possibly the most shocking and intense betrayal of the Shelby family by none other than our favourite cunning patriarch, Tommy Shelby, who sent Arthur, John, Polly and Michael down for their crimes. Despite this, the opening episode of series four took no prisoners, reviving the world...
REVIEW: IS IT PUNK MUSIC? A YEAR WITH CASSELS
"Rodrigue Huart’s “Is It Punk Music? A Year with Cassels” flourishes by delivering every insightful and powerful moment shrouded in subtlety."
REVIEW: Boardmasters Festival
"Sunday at Boardmasters was not the day of rest but rather the day of reckoning..."