Carmen Walker-Vazquez speaks to Phoebe Jameson, the activist speaking out about online harassment.
Carmen Walker-Vasquez talks us through ‘Pheonix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin’, Eartheater’s dazzling new album, described as a return to the “primordial lava lake”.
The crowd are all tentatively watching how this conversation with an online virus will pan out. System shutdown. Hard crisp beats that shatter the calm expectation of the room as people start dancing. We’ve been […]
Pretending to cry is almost impossible, but for the sullen-faced protagonist of Babis Makridis’ exercise in absurdist dark comedy Pity, crocodile tears are everything. Pity tells the story of a lawyer, played by the stern […]
Inspired by Chris Riddell, Carmen Walker-Vazquez celebrates last week’s National Poetry Day by sharing her favourite poems that focus on this year’s theme: change. ‘Change is the nursery Of music, joy, life, and eternity.’ – […]
Following a trip to Berlin over summer, Carmen Walker-Vazquez reviews a new multi-media exhibition that captures 1990s Berlin through music, video and installation. Tucked away on a quiet industrial lot in the Berlin neighbourhood of […]