Chloe Hemmings

How Robert Kilburn approaches disorder

How Robert Kilburn approaches disorder

  The Seaburn filmmaker is no stranger to the weird and wonderful. But where does a global pandemic fit in?     WHEN I first approached Robert Kilburn back in December, I had been blindly foraging for an angle for an original piece on classic punk sub-culture in North East England. Swamped by barely relevant […]

 Chloe Hemmings

Album Review: Blink-182 – NINE

Album Review: Blink-182 – NINE

Way back in 2015, Blink 182 was a band synonymous with uncertainty as former frontman Tom Delonge departed, divorcing a line-up that had instated a pop-punk legacy for nearly two decades. One year on, the awaited release of their eighth studio album,┬áCalifornia, alongside the addition of Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba as lead, provided a sixteen-track […]

 Chloe Hemmings

Album Review: Slaves – Acts of Fear And Love

Album Review: Slaves – Acts of Fear And Love

The punk duo return – and so does their signature grit. But with a refreshing new twist. 2018 is looking promising for bandmates Isaac Holman and Laurie Vincent, as their third album has pulverised the punk scene and continues to infuse their trademark angst into the music world. Since their initial breakthrough in 2015, there […]