On episode 11, ex-Chumbawamba member Dunstan Bruce speaks about the contemplation of his place in this world through his contemporary art, whether it’s singing with his new band Interrobang‽, treading theatre stages in his one-person show, Am I Invisible Yet? or scrutinizing his place in the Chumbawamba legacy in the film, I Get Knocked Down. (All images copyright Dunstan Bruce)
Episode Five: Roshan James talks about deconstructing normality through art and poetry
On episode five, artist and poet Roshan James talks about how her creativity has helped her deconstruct societal norms, allowing her to turn everything she was taught on its head and re-examine it to find out what little things might have been true or make sense and could be helpful to carry forward and what things are just the chaff that needs to go into the wind.
Woodstein Media Podcast Episode Four: Jillian Clair confesses MVLL CRIMES
On episode four, Jillian Clair, singer for MVLL CRIMES, talks about the release of their 12″ EP “YOU EMBVRRVSS ME” on Cursed Blessings Records, her day job dealing with Freedom of Information requests for the City of London, the need for punks to get involved in municipal politics, zines, the lack of all-ages venues in many music scenes, many bands currently active in Ontario, and much more.
Was The Matadors Halloween Extravaganza enough to resurrect The Dead Souls of Chachi On Acid
Yes, please, I’m trying to quit quitting.
The Matadors’ Halloween event with The Dead Souls and Chachi On Acid at Palasad Social Bowl in London left me wondering, should I bother?
And, if I bother, what is next?