Amy Winehouse: Rest In Peace

I have no time for sensationalism. I don’t give a damn what colour Cheryl Cole’s hair is or whether she is back with that knobhead footballer. I don’t know or care if Lyndsay… Read More

Seun Anikulapo Kuti & Egypt 80

Son of Fela. Brother of Femi. Seun Kuti is the latest successor to the afrobeat crown. When his father died in 1997, Seun, then just 14, became the lead singer of his band,… Read More

EatonNott launches design boutique

On Saturday night, a select few of us were lucky enough to go to the launch of EatonNott, an interior design boutique and studio in Brighton that caters for those who seek the… Read More

Arctic Monkeys review

Do Arctic Monkeys still matter? In the increasingly fragmented music world, if you’re not one of the very biggest pop hitters, you really don’t sell many records, so when comeback single Don’t Sit… Read More

Abbe May – Design Desire

Design Desire, the third album from Australian singer/songwriter Abbe May, isn’t the kind of record that politely asks to played. In fact, so immediate and exhilarating is the guitar-driven opening title-track, that it… Read More

Jim Bob interview

I have a few heroes: the legendary Tom Waits, genius wordsmith/artist Jeffery Lewis, footballing god Bobby Zamora, charity good-egg Sophie Epstone, supercool Jarvis Cocker… the list goes on. One man who would sit… Read More

Getting To Know… model Tess Georgia Dimos

As well as being a finalist for the Sussex Model of the Year Award 2011, Tess Georgia Dimos is an all-round lovely human-being. So we thought you’d want to learn a little about… Read More

The Something You Said guide to Prague

In the first of a new series here at Something You Said, Celeste Macdonald does her best to avoid the puking Brits as she takes us around Prague: If, like this tourist-hating traveller,… Read More

Jehst album launch at Fabric in London

  25ThC went along to the offical launch party for Jehst’s new album, Dragon of an Ordinary Family at Fabric: Jehst, one of UK Hip Hop’s legends hasn’t released a solo album since… Read More

Josie Long and Jo Neary at That Comedy Thing

As venues go, The Lamb Inn in Eastbourne on south coast of England is perhaps the perfect place for a comedian to try out new material. The crowd – made up of curious… Read More

Lovecat – Reignites your love of printed pages

Everyone keeps telling us that print is a dead medium. Why would anybody walk into a shop and buy a magazine when they can just see it all on their laptop, ipad or… Read More

Getting To Know Clytem Scanning

We talk a lot about Clytem Scanning at, so we figured it’s about time she told you a little about herself in her own words. Here goes: I am inspired by many,… Read More