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Gabriella Marina Gonzalez SS14

BH friend and supporter Gabriella Marina Gonzalez is a London based designer specialising in hand made leather accessories, footwear, millinery and knitwear. She graduated from Central St Martins Women’s Wear in 2009. Her work has become a popular choice for costume in films, commissions for editorials (Hedi …

Bank Holiday’s Summer

Forgive the self indulgence, here’s some summer snaps. They were taken on a lot of different cameras at a lot of different places and it was a lot of fun. Our ‘gallery’ system needs a bit of work – it ain’t the prettiest – but …

Movie: Scum

Scum is a 1979 film directed by Alan Clarke, about the brutality of life inside a British borstal. The script was originally made for the BBC’s Play For Today show in 1977, but due to the violence depicted, it was withdrawn from broadcast. Two years later, director Alan Clarke and scriptwriter Roy Minton remade …

Peter Marlow’s Photographs Of Northern Ireland

Borrowed in part from Northern Irish blog Fucknfilthy, this is a collection of Magnum photographer Peter Marlow‘s 70s photos of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Not long after these were taken Marlow gave up on photojournalism, disliking the competitive nature of the job. His work now focuses …

The British Black Panthers

An exhibition presenting the legacy of the British Black Panther movement will be coming to Brixton in October. Taking place at the Photofusion Gallery during Black History Month, the show will feature current portraits of Panther members and archive photographs shot by Neil Kenlock, the official …

Heroes 17: Rainman

If you’ve ever lived in London and you haven’t seen Rainman’s weird tag somewhere around the place, you may well be visually impaired. He’s from Northampton originally, meaning that he once painted with a young Dominic Jones of Dominic Jones Jewellery, which is a nice …

See You On The Other Side By Chrissie Abbott

BH pal Chrissie Abbott’s ‘See You On The Other Side’ – which opens on with a private view on Thursday 10th of October at Stories on Broadway Market - is an exhibition of both projected, moving and print collages, based around memories and dream sequences, mixing …

Kit Grill – Still

Kit Grill first started making music in 2009, and after a year off in 2011 he released Expressions, a limited edition 6-track EP with a screen printed sleeve on his own label Primary Colours. He recently signed to BH besty Lixo’s GetMe! label to release his …

Katie Bagley’s Photography

London based photographer Katie Bagley has updated her Tumblr and website, it’s good stuff. Her work has appeared in Arcadia, Dazed and Confused, Glamour, Nylon, Rolling Stone, Sunday Times, Under the Influence and Vice, and she recently produced a show with Ferry Gouw at Eternal Youth in Dalston. Her Factories photoset is really …

Crooked Tongues’ New Reeboks

Gary Warnett of super-fun-to-read blog GWARIZM and sneaker store Crooked Tongues just  designed a pair of Classics for Reebok. He’s gone with a pretty great theme for them. In his own words: “Shouts to Reebok for letting me put a prison and borstal theme (it’s envisioned as …

Blow The Reactors On Tour With Sete Star Sept

Joe Oremus (above), main guy at Torquay’s premier distro/record label Blow The Reactors, spent much of last month in a van on tour in Europe with Japanese noise/grind band, Sete Star Sept, and a functioning camera. He was kind enough to send us his photos from …

Polterghost – Ordinary

Dreamy, stoney lo-fi Stoke Newington kids and soundtrack to BH’s summer, Polterghost made a video for Ordinary – one side of their double A 7inch for Luv Luv Luv’s maler counterpart label, Hate Hate Hate Records. They’ve got dem pop hooks, and they made some sad marionettes …

Derek Jarman: Pandemonium

To mark the 20th anniversary of Derek Jarman’s death from HIV-related illnesses in February 1994,  King’s Cultural Institute is showing Derek Jarman: Pandemonium  (23 January – 9 March 2014) a show that celebrates the life and work of the multi-faceted artist. A student of humanities at King’s …

Satta Skates’ Chant Down Babylon Mixtape

Joe Lauder (pictured) of Satta Skates makes reeeal purdy cruisers out of a workshop in Brixton, everything’s handmade and lovingly put together, which is great. A few months ago he put together a dub/reggae mix that we loved, and yesterday he put out a new …

Heroes #16: Heartless Crew

There’s only so long you can ride the wave of champagne, gang violence and chart success, which is why the once mighty So Solid crew were eventually dethroned – stripped of their ‘best crew ever’ title, and left in the cold with a couple of …

RW Visual Mix SEP’13

Here’s a new mix from BH pal Richard Whittle, this time he’s done some visuals, it’s good stuff. Check his previous audio-only mix right here. In his own words: A visual mixtape/collage. The songs and videos used here are others work.  Downloadable: Audio:  Implodes – …

Michael Mayren’s Photography

Mancunian photographer Michael Mayren recently collaborated with Diesel for their ‘Reboot’ campaign. Enlisted by Nicola Formichetti, Mayren’s stark photography is part of the brand’s aggressive ‘rebirth’. There’s a pop up gallery of Michael’s work at the Diesel store in Covent Garden. He’s also just set up …

‘Lord Of The Beats’ War Dubs

How did this start? It’s definitely escalated pretty quickly, and grime’s best when it’s mad at the rest of grime, so all this stuff is great. Check out all of the #LordOfTheBeats war dubs so far, flick through and give them all a go… Thanks for the heads-up …