Interview with Mathieu Kassovitz, director of French classic, La Haine about his new movie ‘Rebellion’ with the thoughts of Steve Clarke.
My mother was the one in the family that played all the instruments. I grew up where there were a few parties a week at the house, loads of family and friends and food.. And music! My mum even came into my primary school and taught the kids music for fun.
It’s been over 30 years since Cassandra Peterson first put on the shock horror punk make-up, gothic clothing and long black wig to become the legendary Elvira: Mistress of the Dark. Her army of fans span the globe, and generations of single teenage boys have grown up admiring her ample talents.
They make a lot of noise, but scratch the surface of their songs and you will find well crafted compositions somewhere between a wiry Manic Street Preachers and a long haired Depeche Mode (without keyboards).
Randy Ortiz is a fantastic artist and illustrator from Winnipeg, USA. He draws hair and grass better than anyone I know.
Neil Craver’s underwater photography has a strange haunting quality, it brings to mind beauty, angels, death, love and life. It is both unsettling and compelling, I really like it.
Jon Burgeman’s hand is like a magic wand with a felt tip attachment. His work is brimming with energy and vitality, it makes me want to dance round the room (and I am a very bad dancer).
If baking is the new Rock N’ Roll, then Natalie Slater could well be the new Elvis Presley, her website ‘Bake & Destroy’ is a goldmine of great recipes, fashion, useful tips and ideas.
If you’ve come across Pro-Gamer MrsViolence you were probably staring down the barrel of her MP412 REX pistol.
There are disproportionately many bands of all shapes and sizes for its size, and pubs. Markets selling cupcakes and handmade buttons and cushions with moustachio’d bears on them….. New band Olympians talk about life in Norwich.
Some of Joe Fenton’s amazing images like ‘the Lullaby’ took around two and a half months to complete. His largest piece titled ‘Solitude’ took ten months.
While Andy Warhol spent the 70’s turning Art into a business, John Fekner’s work transcended art galleries and ‘hip scenes’, existing in the real world and touching the lives of normal people.
We caught up with the large than life character that is Wink Musselman.
Jordan Copeland, Vaughn Stokes and Max ‘Betamax’ are Hot Head Show and they pack more music into one of their songs than most bands manage in a whole album.