Kenneth Mercken – Director of ‘The Racer’ – Tells All About His Hard-Hitting New Film!

Kenneth Mercken – former cyclist turned director – debuted his brand-new film ‘The Racer’ at the Raindance Film Festival. The film was inspired by the directors cycling story. We recently got in touch with Kenneth to talk about his hard-hitting new film.

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It’s History With All The Gory Bits Left In: Horrible Histories Hits The Big Screen With ‘Rotten Romans’

‘Horrible Histories’ has likely always been a part of the lives of a lot of young people in the UK, Ireland, and Australia, many of whom won’t be able to remember a time when the books, let alone the TV shows, hadn’t been around.

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The Most Successful Moroccan Film Composer In Hollywood: Youssef (Joe) Guezoum Is Leaving His Mark On The World

Born in Morocco, and raised in Belgium, Youssef Guezoum is the most successful Moroccan film composer in Hollywood. We had the chance to talk…

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‘A Film Called Blacks Can’t Swim’ – We Speak To Frank ‘Ed Accura’ Awuah About His Latest Project

Many of you will remember we wrote about Ed Accura’s incredible ‘Bear A Witness’ project to shine a light on the issue of homelessness…

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Caroline Williams: “Scream Queen Sensation”

Like an orgasmic Tsunami, actor, producer and singer, Caroline Williams left an unending mark upon the world of horror with her role as Stretch, in the unforgiving tale of ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2’. She was the only woman to survive death as she lay there with her legs spread apart in a tub of ice, begging for the chainsaw not to go any further.

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In Conversation With Jazz Mino

London based Jazz Mino recently released her new single, ‘Misunderstand’. In conversation with us, she reveals more about her musical campaign to promote mental…

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Essentially Pop Meets: Wolves Of Youth At #IrishMusicParty Showcase

Lisa caught up with four piece indie band Wolves Of Youth ahead of their set at the Irish Music Party showcase, in Dublin’s Workmans Club. The band hail from Bundoran, Donegal (and Cavan), in Ireland.

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Una Healy Opens Up About Her New Single, Tour, Album Plans And Answers Fan Questions

Una Healy has been a household name since 2008 when she rose to fame as a member of five piece The Saturdays. Her latest single, ‘Never See Me Cry’ was released on 30th March, and follows on from performances at festivals and shows including C2C in London, and a headline slot at Belfast’s Nashville Songwriter’s Festival. Una’s first ever solo headline tour commences in Killarney, County Kerry, on June 15 this year, going across Ireland and the UK until the final show in London, at The Lexington, on 21 June.

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Essentially Pop Meets Peter Cox Ahead Of The Back To The 80s Cruise 2018

The inaugural Back To The 80s Cruise 2018, hosted by Cruiseco, leaves from Southampton on May 6 and includes port visits to Bilbao, Vigo, and Lisbon. You can find out more about the Back To The 80s Cruise 2018 from their official website.

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Not All Irish Folk Music Is The Silken Same: We Talk To Mossy Nolan And Colm McGowan

In the second of our interviews with Irish artists, Lisa speaks to folk duo, The Silken Same.

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Backstage With Club Drive

Laurabeth hangs out backstage with pop band, Club Drive, asking them essential questions before their headline gig in Manchester, at Sound Control.

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Jack Carty On His Life Music And ‘Home State’

Steve Holley speaks to Jack Carty about life, music, and ‘Home State’.

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Six Quick Questions With Matthew Shepherd

Our latest subject in our new feature, ‘Six Quick Questions’, is Matthew Shepherd, a singer songwriter from Essex who has been hailed as one of the most exciting newcomers to the Acoustic music scene.

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INTRODUCING: FREE CITY

Anna Nilsson introduces us to Spanish band, Free City.

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Create And Be Real: Ten Quick Questions For Luce

We chat with Luce – real name Leroy Lutu – about his life, music, and inspirations.

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Cinzia Angelini: We Speak To The Director Of ‘Mila’

We speak to Cinzia Angelini, the director and writer of ‘Mila’, a CG animated short film, which has been developed using the most modern techniques of digital animation. It’s been produced by the largest remote animation crew to date – 250 artists from over 25 countries – all of whom have volunteered their time and talent to help make ‘Mila’ happen.

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