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Hatcham Social takeover: Fortuna POP! interview

~ HS: “Many of our favourite bands have been involved in the Fortuna POP! label, and we think of it as one of the actual independent labels that are not just new majors, but which also have the imagination and competence to release consistently and help their bands grow. So we thought it would be great to talk to...
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Hatcham Social takeover: Chris Petrie

~ HS: “Chris is a very focused writer and these poems show a real attention to detail. I was really pleased when she said she could give us some poetry. I think she shows a real timeless poetic understanding, but she writes with a contemporary voice. Here are two of her poems.”    The Siliconcoated Tent...
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Hatcham Social takeover: ‘The Singer In Camera Obscura Made Me Want To Cry’

~ HS: “Eleanor Payne, and Ross Leonard, run our new favourite indiepop/post­punk night and fanzine: Candyskin. The night is in Walthamstow and you should go next time it is on! We asked her to write about Camera Obscura after a conversation we had a few weeks ago and what a fantastic band they were.” There are lots...
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Hatcham Social takeover: Gordon Raphael

~ HS: “Gordon is a really interesting producer who always strives to do something exciting and different. He introduced us to the German producer Moses Schneider whose techniques have been a real influence on our studio work. We love Gordon’s work with The Strokes and Regina Spektor, and his own music and art, so we wanted to...
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Why we wanted to take over River’s Edge

~ A few months ago we got asked to curate/guest edit/take over/mess-up River’s Edge for a week. We said ‘yes!’   It seemed like a fun idea (and it has been). So we got our thinking caps on and planned out the kind of week we wanted to take you on. So what is important in a...
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‘I like to make raw visceral work that titillates and surprises people’

~ Artist on the rise James Mortimer has received a lot of critical acclaim as well as a certain amount of controversy. He’s been described as ‘Dutch master meets Oscar Wilde meets Pete Doherty’. Here, he interviews himself.     Hello Me. Let’s start this self interview with a little about how you start your day....
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