Browsing All Posts filed under »Profiles«

David Bailey: Godfather of Cool

February 20, 2012

0

“You adapt to who you are photographing. It’s their personality, not mine I want.” By David Wren Photographer, filmmaker, painter, sculptor. David Bailey possesses all of these talents as well as being an icon of Swinging 60s London. He has now been working in the photography industry for 53 years and it looks like the […]

Who is Chester Bennington?

February 16, 2012

1

By Conor Murray There aren’t many things Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington hasn’t done. Lead vocalist for one of the biggest bands in the world; acted in the recent SAW and Crank movie franchise; has produced both films and music all over the world; started his own charity along with members of Linkin Park and […]

The Fragile Art of Existence; A Decade without Chuck

December 15, 2011

0

This week marks the 10th anniversary of the death of one of the founding fathers of death metal, Chuck Schuldiner Today we remember a man who left a legacy that rivalled some of rock’s greatest stars and changed extreme metal forever. Many people view Schuldiner as one of the most influential musicians in the Heavy […]

Patrick Monahan – Interview

December 15, 2011

0

                            By Martin Owens After a six week battle between 10 comic hopefuls culminating in a hotly contended final live from London’s Hammersmith Apollo, in front of an audience of millions, experienced comedian and ex-warm up man, Patrick walked away with the ultimate prize in stand up; £100,000, his own nationwide tour and a DVD […]

Mo Farah – Interview

December 15, 2011

0

5,000 metre World and European Champion and BBC Sports Personality of the Year nominee, Mo Farah, speaks to Martin Owens. Early in 2011, Mo Farah made the tough decision to move to the USA to train at a higher level. Within six months, it had paid off. In Daegu, South Korea he won his first […]

Gonzo

December 15, 2011

0

How do I start informing my dearest readers about Gonzo journalism? The term “gonzo” was first applied in the 1970s by The Boston Globe editor Bill Cardoso. He described Thompson’s “The Kentucky Derby is Decadent And Depraved”, which was written for the June 1970 Scanlan’s Monthly, as “pure Gonzo journalism.” Gonzo journalism is a compelling […]

Panic on the streets of Glasgow…

December 15, 2011

0

Violence! Screams! Women being shoved viciously towards the ground. This may sound familiar to the London riots of the previous months but it was actually the behaviour of eager fashionistas scrambling to get their manicured paws on the long awaited collaboration of VERSACE and H&M. This is what happens when you go Event Shopping. Cavewoman […]