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A Chat with Sing Street’s Ian Kenny

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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 …

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

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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 …

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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.

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Lanherne Carmelite Convent is the oldest of its kind in England. Set in a beautiful valley between the town of St. Columb and the sea lies the Teresian Carmelite Convent.

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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.

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In a similar spirit to his previous films, Begin Again and Once, John Carney’s Sing Street follows a group of school children in Ireland, kicking up the dirt at Synge Street Christian Brothers school for boys, and forming a band fed by a love for 80s hits.

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