Labour Party Conference, Brighton 23-27 settembre 2017
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Labour Party Conference, Brighton 23-27 settembre 2017

Quest’anno il congresso del Partito laburista britannico si è tenuto a Brighton ed è stato inaugurato dalla giornata dedicata al Congresso Nazionale delle donne del partito, la Women’s Conference. Per la prima volta nella storia del Labour Party, la linea definita dalla Women’s Conference sarà parte integrante del programma del partito. Una giornata entusiasmante soprattutto … Continue reading

The Color Bars Experience plays Nick Drake + Troy Von Balthazar, Islington Assembly Hall 5/12/2016
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The Color Bars Experience plays Nick Drake + Troy Von Balthazar, Islington Assembly Hall 5/12/2016

by Stefania Ianne  @stillarte The last days of autumn in London seem to be plagued with Victorian water pipes constantly bursting and causing havoc, destroying venues and homes mainly in Islington, one of the rich northern boroughs in the city. A few years ago, while on my way to a gig, I heard the news it … Continue reading

LIVE: Wild Beasts + Money, Roundhouse, London 5/10/2016
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LIVE: Wild Beasts + Money, Roundhouse, London 5/10/2016

Review and photos by Stefania Ianne During the summer, I was given the opportunity to interview singer and keyboard player Hayden Thorpe and multi-instrumentalist Tom Fleming of British band Wild Beasts before the release of their latest album Boy King in August. After a pleasant conversation with both in a hipster North London pub, as I … Continue reading

LIVE: Songlines Music Awards 2016 Winners’ Concert – Barbican Hall, London 3/10/2016
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LIVE: Songlines Music Awards 2016 Winners’ Concert – Barbican Hall, London 3/10/2016

By Stefania Ianne I have been following Songlines – the prestigious British magazine dedicated to the celebration of world music – and their coveted awards for quite a few years now, looking for diversity in rhythms and meaning, away from the familiar and often trite Western musical patterns. I have not been alone in my … Continue reading