Need to know which stations don’t have exit barriers or escalators? This webpage will help. Back in the day, there was a train journey that had no barriers at either station. My home station eventually changed that but I always wondered what journeys you could make with the potential to just walk right on through […]
The London indie brand makes “classic StreetWear with a hint of Japanese playfulness”. Firstly, this isn’t sponsored – I just like them. Yoroshiku 4649 is a fashion brand from London with a Japanese aesthetic. Their name comes from some Japanese wordplay meaning “nice to meet you”. Their main style uses camo print featuring the Yoroshiku […]
2018 will bring with it a look at jazz’s influence on UK culture over the last 90 years. Rhythm & Reaction: The Age of Jazz in Britain will run from Saturday 27th January to Sunday 22nd April 2018 at Two Temple Place, London. It will feature art, crafts, prints, music, and literature examining the power of […]
The thing about blood it reeks of metal baby, aren’t you sick of chains? Hibaq Osman is a Somali writer born and based in London. Her work centres women, identity and the healing process. The Heart Is A Smashed Bulb is a four-part anthology and you can download it via Google Drive and Zippyshare.
A very insightful 20-minute documentary on Branden Miller, the man behind Joanne the Scammer, and his journey to Britain for the first time. Getting to see both sides of the Joanne coin makes for interesting viewing and you become more appreciative of the performer as well as the performance.