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A word-of-mouth indie hit from a first-time director, starring two virtual unknowns, Blindspotting is a mordantly funny film about prejudice, police brutality, racial stereotypes, class divisions and gentrification. It hits just the right spot for Tim Cooper.
The Doc’n Roll Film Festival reels into Hull and gives subtlety short shrift with the L7: Pretend We’re Dead story of the grunge trailblazers.
The Slits ‘Here To Be Heard’ Film Screening Q&A with Tessa Pollitt The British Music Experience, Liverpool Saturday 31st March 2018 ‘Here To Be Heard’ is the...
Duncan Reid and the Big Heads: Don't Blame Yourself Little Big Head Records Out Now LP/CD/DL Duncan...
Up Jumped the Devil: The Real Life of Robert Johnson – Bruce Conforth and Gayle Dean Wardlow – book review
Up Jumped the Devil: The Real Life of Robert Johnson - Bruce Conforth and...
The most important thing is that you come away with art. I’m getting to the age where there’s no point complaining about a lack of something happening, no excuse for it if you’re not going to do it yourself. I’ve always had that DIY approach to my own music.”