If you’ve not seen the work of photojournalist David Hicks before, then you’re definitely missing out. If you’ve never been abroad and seen the world first-hand, then David Hicks is your portal to the..
David Hicks’ photography crosses continents and genres and mixes the mundane with the magnificent. This amalgamation of influences is what makes his work so inspiring. One particular collection that deserves a standing ovation is his depiction of the tango dance captured in Argentina’s bustling capital Buenos Aires.
Hicks says of the piece: “This very sexual dance you see now was born out of the reality for men in those old days. Nowadays, you see it performed often, usually on the street corn..
Photographer David Hicks is a talented creative with an eye for the exciting as well as the mundane. He is fascinated by people and places and can find inspiration in almost any corner of the world.
“My music is conversational, theatrical, confessional and surrealistic. I like to tell stories, as well as jump around from anecdote to anecdote, dove-tailing images that are my truths, the truth of o..
Heavy metal is a genre that feels like a tale as old as time, yet it is also one that has crossed over to several different demographics of people, in one form or another, throughout the decades. Pitc..
Overcoming adversity has always been part and parcel of one’s journey through the music industry, yet what Indian musical prodigy Baluji Shrivastav OBE has forgone is nothing short of astounding.
Blinded at the age of just eight months, Baluji has spent a lifetime laughing in the face of stereotypes and becoming a tour de force behind the sitar, dilruba, surbahar, pakhavaj, and tabla. In 2008 the multi instrumentalist opened the Baluji Music Foundation with an aim to support visually impaired ..
Struggling to find a suitable Christmas present for your music-obsessed family member? Well, look no further than Tunetables. When founder and owner of the UK-based company Rob Chapplehow became consc..
Vinyl enthusiasts, we may have just found your new favourite brand. If you’re one of those people who LOVE showing off your record collections and have music spinning all day, you need Tunetables in your life, there’s no question about it. No more heading to the storage room to grab your favourite Talking Heads album from the old school (and not in a good way) shelving unit, and no more feeling guilty about leaving your records in the storage room in the first place!
Nope, Tunetables is about t..
For the last (at least) 5 years, vinyl has been enjoying a sustained resurgence in popularity, and it doesn’t seem to be going away. (We’re so here for it, btw). From Urban Outfitters making it cool t..
Sophia Lucia, the Chicago-born but Paris-based artist like no other, is set to release her self-titled debut album, Sophia Lucia, on the 16th of December. Having gotten her start in music at around eight years old, Sophia Lucia has had music running through her veins and is finally letting the world hear it. The lead single off of her debut album will be “Chan’s House” but I think she will really have listeners screaming her name after listening to “Pizza Place Weekdays.”
“Pizza Place Weekdays”..