All posts tagged Interview

Exclusive Interview: Whenyoung

Hailing from Limerick and now based in London, Whenyoung are an exciting trio giving indie-pop a run for its money. Defined by a style that effortlessly packages up feelings of […]

The Baby-Faced Boss of POD-X: Interview with Hazera Chowdhury.

“I’ll have a watermelon smoothie please,” says Hazera Chowdhury to the bar staff. I met with her in a rooftop café in Bethnal Green for our interview. Hazera chats away […]

Exclusive Review: Johny Dar @ London Fashion Week

As we walked up to Blacks Club in Soho, my friend Phoebe and I were greeted by beaming doormen. Walking around Soho during London Fashion Week can be a daunting […]

DRAG: Self-portraits and Body Politics

Hayward Gallery’s ‘DRAG: Self-portraits and Body Politics’ is a culmination of works that expose drag culture. Through this exploration is a questioning of gender, political and identity ‘norms’, but also […]

Q&A with Michael Lehmann – director of Heathers (1988) and American Horror Story (2011-2013)

Michael Lehmann’s most celebrated film, teenage black comedy Heathers turns 30 this year. With it comes a re-release and a short run back in UK cinemas. To only know Lehmann by Heathers would be […]

Exclusive Interview with musician Andy Jenkins

It’s rare to find such an experienced artist with such a fleshed-out album seemingly pop out of nowhere, but that’s exactly what Andy Jenkins has done. Although, he hasn’t exactly […]

Exclusive Interview with Irene Greene

Irene Greene is a Philadelphia born singer-songwriter who uses a vintage foundation of having been raised on greats such as Joni Mitchell, The Beatles and David Bowie, mixed with modern influences from indie, electronic […]

Exclusive Interview with Josh Whitehouse for ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’

This week I was lucky enough to meet actor, musician and model Josh Whitehouse to discuss his new film ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’ – out in UK cinemas from the […]

The View From The Octagon

The Octagon is a beautiful room. You walk in and are met by Shakespeare, Milton, and Chaucer all staring down at you. Right now, however, they are staring not at […]