Tattoo Diaries: Madame Buraka

  A favourite artist of mine is a young tattoo artist who goes by the name Madame Buraka. I first discovered her work through Instagram where she has a pretty large following of over 56 thousand people. (Go find her over on Instagram – @burakatattooflash .) After growing up religiously watching LA Ink and it’s Miami/London/New York spin-offs, reading Kat Von D’s books and idolising … Continue reading Tattoo Diaries: Madame Buraka

Loyle Carner – Norwich Arts Centre

Ben Coyle-Larner, known on stage as Loyle Carner, embarked on his Cantona tour at the end of September, making his debut appearance in Norwich last Tuesday. The night before playing his sold out London show to a crowd of over 1,400 people, Loyle took the stage at the well-renowned Norwich Arts Centre where he was welcomed by the crowd chanting his name. Looking out in … Continue reading Loyle Carner – Norwich Arts Centre

Honeyblood – Norwich Arts Centre

After the Glasgow duo’s recent November release of their second album, ‘Babes Never Die,’ they set out on a tour of the UK, starting in Newcastle and ending in their hometown venue of St Lukes in Glasgow. I went along to their Norwich date of the tour where they played the Arts Centre on the 29th. The pair opened their set with ‘Ready for the … Continue reading Honeyblood – Norwich Arts Centre

Fabric is Saved

Let’s face it, 2016 has been a bit of a write-off, with one piece of devastating news after another. This trend of disappointment showed no signs of stopping in the second half of the year when it was announced in September that the world-famous London club, Fabric, had its license revoked, following two drug-related deaths. After already planning to write this very angst-y article about … Continue reading Fabric is Saved