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Luca Vullo: I am Italian and I can’t keep calm

Hi everyone! This week we’ll talk about Luca Vullo, an Italian director based in London leading INFLUX,  a project to describe the new Italian diaspora in the UK. INFLUX aims to gather all different stories, including dreams, joys and opportunities. But, let’s ask him directly! [Read the


The Hive – A community centre shaped for (and by) people

Yesterday we’ve been to the opening of a new community centre, the Hive in Dalston. It’s not a new place, ’cause the building was already there, but it’s a brand new concept based on freedom and sharing. For the next two weeks everyone can exhibit

Sultan Bathery- Psychedelic Hinduism made in Vicenza

Hello guys! Don’t worry, this time we’re not going to talk about International bands, well, maybe yes. But, let me explain this. They’re Italian, from Vicenza (our city!) but they took inspiration for their name from an Indian city, Sulan Bathery. Thanks to Slovenly recordings, their American


We are not like most girls – PINS

Hi guys!Girls bands are back! We met PINS at the Old Blue Last and we couldn”t [not] fall in love with them. Here you can find the chat we had with: Faith (singer an guitar), Lois (guitar) – in the group are also playing Anna (bass)


Franko B – Mind and body

Another Italian in London? Yes, of course! But here we promise you: he’s really different from all the other ones: Franko B! 1) Why and how did you move to UK? Was it easier in London than in Italy also that time? I come to


Adam Gray – My experience of being an artist in London

How is it being an artist in London? How have things changed in the last 20 years? Is London still the right place to be if you’re an artist? This week we’ve teamed up with Londoner painter Adam Gray, a resident artist at Southgate Studios, an arts complex (containing 12