Monthly Archives: May 2014

It is neither about a political success or fail for UKIP, racism has been endorsed regardless of seats.

UKIP Between the collective shouting and saliva sodden flyers returning to UKIP’s freepost, the principal point is swallowed. Racism has been legitimised, and has done so irrespective of election outcomes and motivation behind why we do, or do not, vote. The responsibility does not lie alone with the political far right. There is fault in every ...

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John Joseph Brill – Muscle And Bone

John-Joseph-Brill copy Check out this gorgeous and dark new track from John Joseph Brill. The video depicts night time to morning emotional turmoil with some (ok, a lot) remedial alcohol and the song itself is inspired by Brill’s recent diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. Muscle and Bone is an atmospheric beauty that sits perfectly between sad and uplifting: ...

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Good Things That Happened to Women in Film & TV – April

banner-belle-film copy Corrina Antrobus’ regular round up of  the best things to happen to women in film and TV (because sometimes in a world with a problematic relationship with gender we all need a little reminding, right?) More Jennys on the (Lego) block? Seen the Lego movie? Awesome, right? But let’s take a closer look under its bonnet. ...

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The Interview – Hibou

rsz_untitled_artwork-2   Your sound in 3 words. Surfy Dreamy Lover. Perks of working in the arts. Meeting spectacular people, finding out about great bands and artists and collaborating with them. Cons of working in the arts. A tremendous amount of competition. How have you cultivated relationships within the music industry? I suppose being in Craft Spells ...

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