For five ambitious young men who wish to break free from ‘small town nothingness’, the exit to the motorways of success seems to be widening at an alarming rate
“I do like to think of myself as a sociologist rather than a photographer”
“There’s an amazing wealth of projects that are being put out, but people aren’t really talking about, or getting to grips with why they’re working or not working.”
It was pretty and it was light. I’d call it a woman’s dish if I had the courage.
There could just be a new musical government in town.
Grandiloquent: Speaking in a lofty style; pompous; bombastic. 24 points.
A prolific DJ and producer, listening to Justin Robertson’s set was a solid reminder of how a DJ can still save your life.
He gave me his card. Yes, it really was like a scene in a movie, ‘I’ll find you an agent…you really are the find of the night.’
He may have fancy equipment on stage but, at the end of the day, it is all about one man and his acoustic guitar.
One Day is a brilliant read and I have always been a big champion of it, but I 100% believe that if it had been written by a woman it would have had a pink cover…
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