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Tag: Black Culture

VIDEO: Weak Tea

In the wake of Brexit and the carnage the referendum, I began re-evaluate how I see myself as a British Citizen and what it means to be British. Growing up my experiences of History in school, was a parade of topics that didn’t reflect the 30 or so […]

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Hackney – Not For Me :-/

Hackney; once described as Britains most undesirable borough, now resembles a pubescent teen. New-build, rent-to-buy flats prong up like adult teeth in its already over-crowded mouth, as her hyper-hormonal growth spurt encourages a rash of costa coffees over her face. Rigid with growing pains, estranged tower blocks and […]

Couch Series: Stephanie Sounds

Backing vocalist to the likes of James Morrison, Faithless and Jamelia; Stephanie Sounds has been meticulously studying the industry and music, to execute her own independent project. Growing up, Stephanie was raised in the London Community Gospel Choir; where her love for music, paired with the nourishment of […]

Couch Series: CHARLES

Charles, raised on the groove of Prince and smooth tone’s of Luther Vandross; uses these influences to inspire his music. The songwriter, born in Stevenage, explored Musical Theatre before finding his voice in music. His effort to express himself has birthed a unique sound, presenting his deep vocals as a current for his 70’s style funk to ride. Paired with his modelesque stature and youthful nature, his lyrics exposed arouses feelings of timelessness. Here’s what happened when we met.