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Kernow Punks – Capturing the Cornish Punk Scene

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A little while has passed since the EP launch of Falmouth’s huge dark-psych rock band Sunbruise, everyone has had a while to digest their music, and pass judgement on their monumental live shows, but I was lucky enough to catch up with them just as this was all fresh in their minds, and still surely …


An inside look into Paganism, that actually has depth and not just flashy photos…even though the photos are amazing.


Poppy Marriott is a rising star in the London photography scene, having photographed the likes of Declan McKenna, Black Honey and Peach Club. We chatted to her about finding photography, the importance of lgbtqia+ representation in music and her current creative inspiration. The future looks bright for this young and ambitious photographer, so keep your …


In the 1970’s across America, Australia and the UK, Punk music flooded the mainstream for one of the briefest periods in music’s history. Bands from either side of the pond like the Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Dammed all took their respective countries by storm with an aggression and clash unity the likes of which …


Graduation year is probably one of the scariest moments in a students life. Talented and brave people surround you, trying to find their place in the industry. Exactly like you. In an art school, since the industry you’re getting into is even more complex and the creative minds are usually more developed, is probably even scarier.


Last week saw the opening of the exhibition Interior-Shift at the old Stones Bakery in Falmouth. What, until recently was a popular but tiny bakery*, has now been renovated by a group of young artists in exchange for temporary use of the space.                         …


Nick Neon is one of those young filmmakers who makes me feel amazed and useless at the same time. He directed his first feature film in his mid-twenties, something like five years ago, and is now showing up in different film festivals around the world thanks to his short film, Ultra Bleu, a realistic love …


We wanted to ask a group of illustrators to depict something really strange, we deliberated for a while and decided on the dark but interesting question of ‘How Will You Die?’ Both sad and morbidly funny, here is the eclectic group of fantastic illustrations we received and the illustrator’s description of why they chose to create …


Sunshine Tucker was always seeing trash in beautiful places, so she decided to photograph it (and throw it away) to show how annoying it is.


After the recent warm weather we’ve had, I was surprised to arrive at a coffee shop with Sam Prentice (better known as brooding dark pop sensation CYMK) dressed in an oversized black top with a black hat.