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Theatreland

Theatreland

London’s West End may combine grand traditions, beautiful venues and decades of history, but at its heart there lies a shrewd, modern business model that’s tailor-made for the 21st century. I spent a week peering behind the curtain. (Easyjet Traveller) Continue reading

Mash It Up!

Mash It Up!

Belgian techno superstars Soulwax may reject their tag as pioneers of the mash-up – but the word is a pretty good description of their 20-year career. (b inspired) Continue reading

Call of the Wild

Call of the Wild

Andy Ford’s passion for his subject is palpable in this series looking at southwest England’s vibrant punk scene. (The Royal Photographic Society Journal) Continue reading

Tink

Tink

20-year-old R&B protégé from Chicago being mentored by Timbaland. Her velvet vocals are as comfortable rapping over modern beats as singing soul-bearing ballads. (Mixmag) Continue reading

Ghost Culture

Ghost Culture

24-year-old East London-based producer James Greenwood leaves engineering for Daniel Avery behind to create his own dreamlike world. (Mixmag) Continue reading

King Of The Swingers

King Of The Swingers

As Arctic Monkeys get ready to play the first huge gigs of London’s festival summer, I ask modern-day rock ’n’ roll icon Alex Turner if he’s putting it all on. (Time Out) Continue reading

Route 94

Route 94

The London-based bedroom producer sounds like a collision between Detroit techno and Chicago house – on Interstate 94, of course. (Mixmag)
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I’m In It

I’m In It

Josh Leary, better known as Kanye-producing experimentalist Evian Christ, shows me around his hometown of Ellesmere Port. (self-titled) Continue reading