Have you ever been drawn into a shop by a t-shirt hanging on the back wall, only slightly visible to your eye as you walked past the store, and you gloat as you triumphantly walk up to it thinking to yourself, "ha. I have done it. I have found the t-shirt I will wear for… Continue reading Slogan Tees : How Far Can We Push It?
Manchester is rightly famous for a lot of incredible things; be it The Smiths, Joy Division, OASIS, rain, the Hacienda, or Liam Gallagher they are the characteristics that make up the ever-growing city. One characteristic, however, does not receive a similar amount of limelight. Nor does it break into the agenda for dinner-party discussions, despite… Continue reading “The Bigger Issue” – overview
Writing about mental health is generic but increasingly important. Each generation is of course troubled, and if everyone throughout time had the means to blog about it, I'm sure the internet would be full of descriptions and remedies to ever-changing mental obstacles. One question that is becoming increasingly apparent is whether or not mental health… Continue reading A Troubled Generation
The truth about fame is that it's determined by death. The death of Jean-Michel Basquiat has churned up a number of issues surrounding how the fame of a black person is challenged by a white society. It is important to discover why we have remembered arguably the most unique artist in a limited number of… Continue reading Basquiat Who?
Parklife 2017 was all it was cracked up to be. It was sunny at times, cloudy at most, and often full on pissed it down. The toilets were a disgrace. It seemed you were either queueing up to do your annual shit, or to ram an unidentifiable substance up your nose that you bought from… Continue reading Frank Ocean – Live.