London is a place of individuality , creativity and style. It’s also a place where you can find your kin. Tribe of beautiful, gorgeous, creative weirdos.
It’s been ten years since pan-global collective Gogol Bordello unleashed their influential fourth album Gypsy Punks: Underdog World Strike and to celebrate they’ve embarked on a tour of more than a dozen countries, and tonight they bring their infectious style clash sound and legendary live show to London. Live in Pictures: Gogol Bordello @ Koko, Camden
Great time at Camden Rocks Festival 2016, saw Cold in Berlin, The Carnabies, Restless Love, Carl Barat, Moses, Billy Brag there was some great Music, Restless Love were surprisingly good, look like they have come straight out of the eighties, reminded me of David lee Roth, great fun. Billy Brag was surprisingly funny, although there […]
Wearable Art + Taiwanese Street Food Weekend with Diane Goldie, Sue
Drift, Soft Riot and Terminal Gods performing at the Nambucca Friday 5th February 2016 class=”size-large wp-image-4183″ /> Drift, Soft Riot and Terminal Gods performing at the Nambucca[/caption]
I just thought I would share some of my feeds as mentioned in the RPS Journal. Music https://www.instagram.com/ruperthitchcoxmusic/ Documentary https://www.instagram.com/ruperthitchcoxphotography The Darklight Project https://www.instagram.com/the_darklight_project/
Mystified, Saint Agnes and Cold in Berlin performing at Some Weird Sin
Photos from both the show and back stage with preparation and make up. At the Century club on Shaftesbury Avenue in Central London.
Public Service Broadcasting Review by JoyZine
François and the Atlas Mountains performing at the Brixton O2 Academy supporting Public Service Broadcasting