The Gryphon Music and Clubs writers talk you through their favourite albums, EPs and mixtapes of 2020 – beautiful moments in what was a pretty awful year.
With the year coming to a close, our writers came together to share some of their favourite tracks of the year.
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”.
Vincent Van Gogh has become perhaps the most cinematically invented and re-invented of artists since red-haired Kirk Douglas embodied the passionate, tortured genius in 1956’s Lust for Life. The dramatization Van Gogh’s later years, his […]
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 […]