Tattoos are inseparable from today’s alternative youth. In fact, merging your skin with different ink creations has become a new way of narrating your life. Here’s a glimpse inside London’s underground scene of stick and poke, as revealed by a queer tattoo artist.
In 1983, the DPP (Director of Public Prosecutions) published a list of 72 films that they believed were too offensive and gruesome to be released in the United Kingdom. From Ruggero Deodat’s Cannibal Holocaust to Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead, those motion pictures were re-released in the 2000s. But did the UK need them in the first place?
Created by Chris Van Dusen and produced by Shonda Rhimes, Bridgerton is Netflix’s latest hit show. The series explores honour, status and tradition, all whilst finding the real within. Based on Julia Quinn’s novels, Bridgerton tries to set an example of a good and accurate historical drama. However, does it do it successfully?
On the heels of his latest release, the rising star of TikTok Marcus Skeen introduces us to his original music and teases an upcoming full-length album, set to drop later this month.
American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey has finally released the title track of her highly anticipated upcoming studio album, Chemtrails Over The Country Club. The single is everything we’ve fell in love with Lana Del Rey for: it’s glamorous, it’s cinematic and, most importantly, it’s sincere.
Another year, another series of music round-ups. Our first round-up of 2021 features tracks by Trafton, Buppy, queer duo FHAT, Ahjani Azure and Olivia Rodrigo. From confidence to heartache and fear of one’s deepest desires—the featured artists explore it all. And they do it flawlessly.