The legendary indie music organisers, ATP (All Tomorrow’s Parties), have reached double figures, and to celebrate they have produced a special movie, featuring what promises to be all the best bits from the past ten years. They kick of screening tomorrow with a UK tour, with ATP favourites, Les Savy Fav in tow.
Get ready for some grrrl action with awesome spoken word, literary and performance group, Sister Spit: The Next Generation fast on their way to what looks to be a packed out tour of the UK and Europe this September.
Natalie, one of the founders of the London Zine Symposium, gives a run through of her thoughts on the UK zine community, and why she thinks it’s currently proving so popular
Handmade & Bound is happening in London on November 8th 2008. It’s an independent fair featuring affordable, handmade artists’ books, comics and zines. It’s apparently a new event created in response to the lack of a London Artists book fair at the ICA…
All artwork by Freya Harrison – www.freyaillustration.co.uk
“Rebel Girl, Rebel Girl, Rebel Girl you are the queen of my world” sang Bikini Kill to their eager following, each yearning, like me, to be their very own Rebel Girl. Unhappy with the status quo a small army of like-minded grrrls set about rebelling against a male dominated [...]
The London Zine Symposium are having a zine feast at POGO CAFE on April 1st
Details of this years London Zine Symposium have recently been announced. It will be happening on Sunday April 27th at the Rag Factory in East London.
Monkeys have invaded my flat. They seem to be breeding. What started of as one innocent sapien has now turned into at least three. They each with their own traits and degrees of general untidiness and are wrecking havoc in my house at an alarming rate.
The monkeys aren’t actually real before any readers [...]
I recently got myself a digital camera in the sales but it didn’t come with any proper camera bag to protect it when in transit, so I decided to make a little pouch for it to protect it from scratches and the like.
What would you do if you got the chance to interview Gracie Allen, Josephine Baker and Aphra Benh, a collection of female performers throughout history? Well I got that chance back in spring 2007 when they played the newly re-opened Toynbee Hall in Aldgate, as these women have come back to life, re-incarnate as Guerrilla [...]