So Azealia Banks sat down with Pitchfork and kept it real in the way only she knows how. After the surprise release of her delayed (by two years) album, Broke … Continue reading
Radio Plus Coventry held their second annual poetry night to celebrate peace. This year’s event coincided with the start of World War I. I performed two original poems: ‘Peaceful Things’ … Continue reading
I discovered Josef Salvat thanks to Sony’s latest advert. Imagine that? This is gorgeous. He’s found a fan in me.
Today is day one of the rest of your life. All you have to do Is decide What you’re going to do with it.
My friend Mel and I spent the evening at Brixton’s O2 Academy, in the company of hipsters, Brixton dwellers (one and the same nowadays?) and Clean Bandit. It was the … Continue reading
Beautiful production. Heartbreaking lyrics. Familiar narrative. Haunting. Chilling. Exquisite. Sultry. 80s Synth. Serious bass. Ethereal voice. Sunsets and striking musical arrangements. Jessie Ware is back and if you loved her … Continue reading
Brave. Bold. Beautiful. Refreshing. Exciting. Bitterly romantic. Remarkable. Oddly memorable. Unrelenting. Puzzling. Fierce. Fierce. Fierce. Tonight was the closing night of the play I’ve been producing, Fierce. Written and performed … Continue reading