I’ve written comic book reiews and interviews with musicians for a few different publication: Rhythm Magazine – where I did an internship as a teenager – Sonisphere the alternative magazine, Travelling Man (on the rare occasion), or Snippets, a craft zine that gets some pretty amazing musical guests!
The first time I laid eyes on Nadine Shah, she was not what I expected. From the reviews I’d read, I’d imagined this willowy, sinuous and androgynous creature, hair slicked back and a steely expression. What I wasn’t prepared for … Continue reading →
“Possibly the band’s most industrial, wrath and rancour-filled album, Spirit deals with the darkest parts of the human experience, including apathy, self-hatred, political revolt and hopelessness. A lot of Spirit despairs at humanity; it’s hard not to see the effect … Continue reading →
My guest edited edition of the fantastic Snippets. My chosen theme was fandom, and the whole thing is just great!Continue reading →
Seeing your teenage favourite band live is a pretty overwhelming experience; even more so when mortality hangs over the group so acutely. This is what I had to make of it.Continue reading →
I met Darryl McDaniels of Run DMC and Darryl Makes Comics, and thank god I got more for it than this awkward photo.Continue reading →
Till Lindemann joins Peter Tägtgren of PAIN and Hypocrisy for a bizzarely perverse English-language album.
Warning: This review would probably be considered NSFW (depending on your W).
Alternative idol and violin prodigy Emilie Autumn talked to me for Snippets zine.Continue reading →
My look at Riot Grrrl, the music scene that helped shape feminism.Continue reading →
Ghostface Killah’s stunning foray into comics – for adults!Continue reading →
Monocyte, the album from Saltillo.Continue reading →
A review of The Madding Crowd by The Dirt Tracks for Soundsphere magazine.Continue reading →
Wez Borland’s extraordinary crossover project, The Moment You Realise You’re Going To Fall.Continue reading →
Infinity Overhead, Minus The Bears beautiful ode to growing up.Continue reading →
My interview with Amanda Palmer for Snippets magazine.Continue reading →
You started out busking after quitting your day job. Is this true? Do you remember what you were thinking when you decided to make such a change? What kind of job did you have before? I’ve had a lot of … Continue reading →
A few reviews and bits that I wrote while on a college internship with Rhythm MagazineContinue reading →