SNOWY – Grime UK – Nottingham

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Snowy - Artist photo - Underground England blog

Snowy is a Nottingham based MC making waves in the Grime scene. We caught up with him before his Red Bull UK cypher today to talk music and grime across the UK. MC’s outside of LDN are recognised as serious contenders in the Grime scene now more than ever. What are your thoughts on Grime… Read more »

London to Brighton – A look at the film (2006)

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London To Brighton movie poster - Underground England blog

Flagged by the Guardian as “the best British film of the year” in 2006, ‘London to Brighton’ is a story that portrays real life social issues. Written and directed by Paul Andrew Williams, Williams states that his aim was to “create a piece of work that bled reality, that created a world generally ignored by… Read more »

AWAYDAYS- You won’t find that in the dictionary

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Awaydays - Underground England blog

Football if you didn’t already know, was once the preserve of the Working Class, with a kick off on Saturday at 3pm that allowed the factory workers an afternoon off on a six day working week. When the current game emerged in the late 19th century it was the British rail network that assisted the… Read more »

William Grob – Exhibition, Galerie 102, Berlin

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William Grob Exhibition, Galerie 102 - Underground blog

William Grob, British artist, currently working in Berlin. William blends the real and surreal by integrating paint with photography, his personal perspective changes the narrative of the original photograph to create these weird and wonderful worlds. His latest exhibition, together with several other internationally artists, such as Yaw Owusu, Alexander “Rocko” Rupert, Charlie DiMascio is… Read more »