THREE ARTISTS: Sitting in a tree...

“I feel I am in an extremely fortunate position in the fact that these industries allow me to view the world in the most inspiring way; through the eyes of someone else.”

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Roscius: World. Minimal. Disco.

"The question I was asking was how I could party, have as much fun as dj’s with what I knew how to do. So my aim was to be a dj with real music instruments so I had no choice, I had to find the sound of instruments, an imitation of sounds a dj uses, filters, reverberations."

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ANTHEA CLARKE: ‘no Basic 40something’

I created  I Am Fya, my one woman band. i made all the beats on my drum machine and played UK festivals and the East London party scene. This also lead to me becoming hype girl and backing singer for my friend Kate Tempest

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Jarvia Foxter: Dancing to the beat of a different 'Gong'

The pocket between my brain and scull seem to vibrate microcosmically, my frontal lobe felt like it was exhaling, relaxing, and nearly every part of my body felt the sonic waves from my toes to my nipples, from my fingers to my perineum. This was my first experience getting an AcuGong bath from Jarvia Foxter.

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Peaky: from public school to underground

Hailing from Ladbroke Grove in West London Peaky made his way to the British Hip-Hop scene’s underbelly via prestigious fee-paying Charterhouse boarding school. Writing his first song at just eleven-years-old to Michael Jackson’s Thriller it was after he won a scholarship to Charterhouse, at the age of thirteen, when he met DJ/Producer and collaborator HAWF (Will Hofbauer).

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The Rainbow Collective: powerful films from the garment worker frontline

When the Rana Plaza complex collapsed in 2013 killing 1,135 people, for a moment the world seemed to care about ethical clothing. But before we showed any sympathy documentary production company ‘The Rainbow Collective’ were there

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