Discovering the Unknown

Lily writes her guide for tackling the unknown Words and art by Lily Garget No.1 The Unknown is not a dark place UNKNOWN. Where to begin? Every element of our lives is unknown to a certain extent. The word itself can be daunting – conjuring images of darkness and uninhabited places. In my own mind…

The Divine Feminine and The Prickle of Shame

Words by Shania Ford ART BY Ellie Butcher “Nine days – no shaving”. Julie’s crinkly almond eyes met mine, somewhere between amusement and bemusement. At the turning of the seasons, twice yearly Hindus and yogis worldwide celebrate Navratri festival. Translating from sanskrit into “Nine nights”, Navratri honours the divine feminine energy in the form of…

Blaenavon Gig Review

A couple of Thursdays ago (the 4th) Blaenavon played an electric show to a packed out crowd at The Lexington. Unfortunately we missed the first of the two support acts, Waylor, but soon after Isaac Gracie nervously stepped onto stage announcing that he was under the weather and that his voice may go at any…

This Will Leave You Feeling Happy (Meal Ltd)

Last night, around 120 students, plus a few mature fans, took over an unassuming pub on a residential road in Brixton. These students had surpassed the point of hipsterism and were simply beautiful, happy, and probably very wankered. They were gathered in The Windmill in Brixton to listen to Happy Meal Ltd– not Macdonald’s first…