Iconic UK Skateboard Brand Lost Art has launched a unique collaboration with globally revered performance poet John Cooper Clarke to coincide with the release of his autobiography ‘I Wanna Be Yours’. COLLABORATION Working with long time Lost Art Collaborator, illustrator, Skateboarder and John Cooper Clarke Fan, Sketch Stance, The collection Continue reading JOHN COOPER CLARKE BOOK TOUR AND MERCH
We’ve got a coronavirus playlist for you today – we like to stay topical! And is it too soon to do something like this, as our nation and the rest of the world goes into meltdown? Or is it all a bit too late…?! But stick with us, for music Continue reading CORONAVIRUS PLAYLIST – MUSIC IS MEDICINE
When we first saw the work of photographer Tracey Welch, printed in Q magazine, we were instantly impressed. She has a cool eye for the perfect shot and isn’t afraid to get deep amongst the action in order to get it. By chance, we discovered a number of cool photos Continue reading INTERVIEW WITH ROCK N ROLL PHOTOGRAPHER TRACEY WELCH
Here we go again gang! 12 months have passed and as the dust settles on 2018 we’ve put our heads together to decide on our favourite 30 songs from the year. The rule is no repeating artist and most importantly – it’s in no particular order. Thank fuck for that! Continue reading TOP 30 SONGS OF 2018
The Shining (1980) is undoubtably a masterpiece of a movie. Based on Stephen King’s dark and twisted 1977 novel, directed by Stanley Kubrick in his prime and with Jack Nicholson at his menacing best, it’s a complete thrill-ride, a rush, utterly enthralling, a beautiful piece of art. It asks questions Continue reading HERE’S JOHNNY!
“The time has come again…” For better or for worse, it is closing time for the year 2016. Which means it is time for our annual tradition of naming a top 30 songs. The usual rules apply so no repeating artists and only music that made a significant impact during Continue reading TOP 30 SONGS OF 2016
So I’m here to elaborate on my previous point of how a cover version or remix of a song can be better than the original. It’s up for debate whether these are an improvement but I’ll keep it simple and list some examples that prove that it can work and Continue reading COVERS AND REMIXES