All posts tagged Interview

“Jury’s Out on The Velvet Hands” says Alisha Isherwood

Add a bit of The Strokes, a sprinkle of The Libertines, and blend it with the rebellious energy of The Sex Pistols, and you get The Velvet Hands. The Cornish […]

The environment needs you, that includes giving up meat and dairy too.

The environment needs you, and that includes giving up meat and dairy too.  Whether it’s Extinction Rebellion occupying London or thousands of young people participating in climate strikes, climate change […]

Pragya Pallavi: The LGBTQIA+ artist breaking down barriers, creating openness and celebrating love one single at a time

Last September, India reached a milestone in its progression to being a more LGBTQIA+ friendly society when it decriminalised Section 377 – this had made homosexuality illegal. Fast forward to […]

Exclusive Review: Chasing Deer @ Hope and Anchor, Islington.

I spent my Saturday night stalking antelope. Beat that. What a night. For an emerging yet unsigned band in the UK, Chasing Deer possess an immense amount of charisma, the […]

Exclusive Interview with Jordy Kerwick on his Exhibition @ Delphian Gallery.

As Arts Editor, I had the privilege of interviewing Jordy Kerwick for CUB Magazine about his exhibition ‘Diary of an Introvert’ running at Delphian Gallery from the 7th until the 16th […]

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 […]