To save you having to trawl through all of the posts below, here are a few of my best bits so far, spanning radio presenting/production, music and culture writing, editorial experience, promotion and DJing. Deputy Editor at Exeposé Producer/Co-Presenter of Show & Tell Radio Interviewer and Feature Writer for Subbacultcha magazine (including Laurel Halo, Tune-Yards, Kero […]

I interviewed BØRNS for issue 106 of CLASH magazine. Full text below some snaps of the layout:   Sequined jackets over a bared chest, curtains of Jim Morrison locks and festival-friendly lyrics about candy love, dogs in heat and cosmic romances — ahead of talking to Garrett Borns (styled BØRNS for his smash pop outfit) […]

Since summer 2017 I’ve interviewed Laurel Halo, Perera Elsewhere and Yuko Yuko for Subbacultcha magazine. Laurel Halo (cover feature issue 11) Online feature Read on Issuu   Perera Elsewhere (feature issue 9) Online feature Read on Issuu   Yuko Yuko (new music feature issue 10) Online feature Read on Issuu  

More album reviews written since my last post. In print [full text pasted below]: Tune-Yards — I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life In 2006, Merrill Garbus’ released her scrappy debut, Bird-Brains. Its smartly looping arrangements of ukulele and percussion were darkly pretty, but seemed to limit the colossal scope of Garbus’s vision, and that […]

For a short while I’ve been contributing album reviews to CLASH, in print and online. Here are the few I’ve written during autumn and winter 2017. Online Daphni – Joli Mai Roman Flügel – Fabriclive 95 Darkhouse Family – The Offering GFOTY – GFOTYBUCKS In Print [full text pasted below] Miles From Kinshasa – LIMBO The […]

For a few months now me and my flatmates have been having a lot of fun with an amateur radio show, live streamed direct to Facebook from our Amsterdam living room. Although we try to keep the production value reasonable, this differs a little from my previous radio shows in emphasising spontaneity, humour and a […]

  I interviewed performance artist and musician Geo Wyeth for Subbacultcha’s web edition. Find the piece here, and text below: You may have seen their blurry outline inside an Apple Store-esque translucent glowing box in a New York gallery. Or maybe you’ve seen them rollerskating in their Y-fronts in the Stedelijk museum. Perhaps, untethered from these installations, performances […]

I interviewed Tommy Cash for another feature in Subbacultcha’s printed edition. Online article here, printed feature on Issuu here. Text below:   Picture Aphex Twin, but with acid and Cornwall exchanged for hip hop and Estonia. Then throw in a little Ninja from Die Antwoord, turn the BPM down to a slo-mo crawl and you […]