Monthly Archives: August 2014

Beyonce Confuses My Idea Of Feminism

F8569DEC1F8349E0E23AA9F83C2112_h498_w598_m2 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?) Why Beyoncé Confuses My Idea Of Feminism Every time I think I get feminism, Beyoncé comes along and completely throws me. ...

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Review – Bonafide Rojas – Renovatio

tumblr_mrhk2vrHcM1r8yyvmo1_1280 I know “there are many things people from / this city will disagree on:” but Bonafide Rojas will be your new favourite poet. Compassionate, carnal, wise and wistful, the real tragedy of this collection is that Rojas isn’t actually my best friend. But like the greatest companion, I can heed his brutal counsel, and still ...

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New Music – Lauryn Hill – Black Rage

67294688 If you listen to any one new thing today let it be this: Lauryn Hill cleverly uses the addictive, ruminative nature of that classic ode to wonderful things that can make us feel better: My Favourite Things and transforms it into a list of reasons for “black rage”.  Lauryn has been performing this rework since ...

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Video of the Week – James Massiah – The Ride

rsz_james-massiah-4415large1389880551 James Massiah, MC/Philosopher/Founder of the A&theE nights and possibly the most stylish spoken word artist in the UK, engages in two of  his favourite past times – cycling and nightlife – for this stellar Levi sponsored video. Half monologue voiceover, half poetry, bursting with a uniquely London-esque charm; this little minute plus gem is the ...

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