Andy Warhol’s Polaroids

From the late 1950s until his death in 1987, Andy Warhol toted a Polaroid camera with him wherever he went. He was thus able to capture the barrage of famous faces — his own included — and fleeting moments that swirled around him with every step. Not even his private time was off-limits. A new…

ARTISTS IN OUR STREETS #063: Femke Campbell

Femke Campbell is a recent graduate from the University of Brighton’s Graphic Design course. Her work spans from print to film making, with a side focus on a project to socially engage the girls of her generation in the music industry/community. What’s your connection to Brighton and what do you dig about the city? I…

MUSIC IN OUR STREETS #006: Bad Timing

Bad Timing are a young politicized punk rock band that gig regularly in Brighton and are performing on the Rock Against UKIP lineup this month in Hastings.    What’s the origin of Bad Timing’s name? To be honest we just threw random words together until we found something we liked. Bad Timing just seemed to…

MUSIC IN OUR STREETS #005: AK/DK

AK/DK is a band that is two humans, two drum kits and two synths. G plays drums and synths, and Ed plays drums and synths. They both shout over the top, sometimes together, sometimes separately and sometimes neverly.   What’s the origin of AK/DK’s name? The name originated from the inside of our heads –…

MUSIC IN OUR STREETS #004: grasshopper

grasshopper consists of two girls and two boys; Dubbed by the NME as ‘young, bracingly imaginative teens playing moody keyboard-splashed post-punk in the early Factory spirit‘, their sound has also been described as a ‘blend of surf / shoegaze / post-punk gorgeousness’, which they think captures their music fairly well.

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