Kate Tempest bares her soul for her brand new album

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The Book Of Traps And Lessons manages to be both deeply political and profoundly personal WORDS BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS, IMAGE VIA INSTAGRAM Kate Tempest is back, taking on a new sombre, intimate tone to bare her soul for album number four. Her live performances have always been masterful, and she manages the difficult transition from [….]

#RainbowRiots

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Meet the Swedish musician fighting state-sponsored homophobia to build Uganda’s first LGBTQI community centre BY DANIELLE MUSTARDE. IMAGE ALICIA, PETTER WALLENBERG, SHIVAN AND JAVAN BY TANIA MARTI Activist and musician Petter Wallenberg founded Rainbow Riots as a creative international movement for the equal rights of LGBTQI people. As the organisation release their latest album, the [….]

SOAK: “The world’s trash, but there are so many beautiful people because of it”

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Carrie Lyell catches up with the singer-songwriter ahead of the release of her heavy-hearted second album, Grim Town WORDS BY CARRIE LYELL, PHOTO BY ELLIUS GRACE The last time I spoke to SOAK was in 2015, shortly before the release of her debut album, Before We Forgot How To Dream. Bridie Monds-Watson was at the [….]

Sarah Walk: “If I’m singing about a woman, it shouldn’t make it any less relatable”

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The super talented musician talks queer artists, social media, and the future of US politics WORDS BY ELEANOR NOYCE, IMAGE BY DANIEL SMITH COLEMAN US-based musician Sarah Walk first came into our DIVA-shaped lives a couple of years ago. Having appeared on Radio DIVA with Heather Peace, she played the DIVA Musical Festival in 2018 [….]