For this month’s theme of Book Club, Lois Shearing reviews second anthology The Fire Eater’s Lover, which celebrates all things related to performance. Whether its getting up on stage, dressing up for a night out, or seducing a lover, The Fire Eater’s Lover heaves with the beauty of all the rituals and tribulations of everyday life.
Stephanie Farnsworth reviews ‘And the Band Played On’, one of the most detailed books documenting the AIDS crisis of the 1980s.
For the first time in its history, an unsigned artist has won the BBC Sound of…award. Dónal Ferris profiles the Sound of 2017 winner Ray BLK.
Guest writer Ell M. responds to Stephanie Farnsworth’s recent article critiquing LGBTQ+ representation on ‘Supergirl’.
Stephanie Farnsworth examines why the popular new ship ‘Sanvers’ is a deeply toxic relationship.
Dan Phillips reviews ’Girls Lost’, a Swedish film with a unique take on the age-old theme of coming of age.
Our Film Curator Dónal Murray-Ferris reviews the new release from up and coming and devastatingly passionate UK artist ZAE.
Michael Paramo explores the diverse musical styles and influences on The Bleeding Obvious’ self-titled debut album to be released November 17th
There is something that has always bothered me about gay cinema from the US and that is its lack of nuance and depth that European gay cinema seems to get. Since gay cinema hit the […]
Michael Paramo explores Cakes Da Killa’s debut album ‘Hedonism’ and why it succeeds as a personal statement of self-empowerment amid its most compelling atmosphere of dark cyclonic energy.