Since forming ‘out of boredom’ back in 2010, Peace have had people talking. The Birmingham quartet have generated no small amount of hype, being hailed as ‘the future of indie music’ by the Guardian and named NME’s ‘One’s To Watch’. Their ‘dark melodic indie techno’ bagged them a Sound of 2013 nomination and their forward thinking musical mentality has seen them tipped from all sides. CONTINUE READING THIS POST >
Bristol’s Upfest returns in May with hundreds of street artists taking part in the annual free bank holiday event. World class painters and illustrators will get to work painting 20,000sqft of surfaces including a NY subway train, beer gardens, car parks and skate parks. Alongside the art music stages, pop up cafes and street parties will take place from Saturday 25th to Monday 27th May.
In celebration of 2013’s Record Store Day (Saturday 20 April), Moby and Mark Lanegan have collaborated on an exclusive track to be released as a limited edition 7” called The Lonely Night. CONTINUE READING THIS POST >
On the 23 March The V&A will open it’s David Bowie Is exhibition; the first international retrospective of the extraordinary career of David Bowie. Featuring more than 300 objects that include handwritten lyrics, original costumes, fashion, photography, film, music videos, set designs and Bowie’s own instruments The V&A were given unprecedented access to Bowie’s archive. CONTINUE READING THIS POST >
While we’ve always wanted to own an original Warhol we know it is a little out of our price-range but New York based dealer Hedges Project has brought the opportunity a little closer. Unique Polaroid images from Warhol are available at “more accessible prices” with the world’s largest private collection of his photographs up for sale. CONTINUE READING THIS POST >