Writer and spoken word artist Rowena shares ‘Baby Blues’, one of two of her spoken word pieces in a series, with this one containing themes of postpartum depression. I curse the person who coined the term ‘baby blues’, ‘Til I’m … Continue reading POETRY: Baby Blues by Rowena
By Filipa Gaspar In recent times, the world might seem to have stopped for a while and people tend to forget that social issues such as oppression, suffering and abuse continues in a deplorable way. Naz & Ella’s latest single … Continue reading Review: Naz & Ella debut the powerful single ‘Freedom’
With isolation and financial abuse common features of domestic abuse relationships, what is being done to help those in danger as the UK’s current lockdown conditions leave vulnerable people exposed to a heightened risk of violence. By Tara Pilkington The … Continue reading What is being done for domestic abuse victims during Covid-19?
Coronavirus has destroyed nearly every industry going, not to mention anything to do with the arts. However, instead of letting her equipment gather dust during social distancing, photographer Anna Burton is one of the few photographers bringing a new post … Continue reading FaceTime Photoshoots by Anna Burton are lockdown’s new fashion forward hit
During Covid-19 abortions are available by post. Rowena candidly talks about her abortion and how it shaped who she is today, whilst abortions in Northern Ireland are still difficult to obtain. On March 31st 2020, the government announced that people … Continue reading My abortion saved my life: Will Covid-19 shape the future of abortion services?
With all this lockdown nonsense, we’ve seen some seriously creative ladies flying the flag for Birmingham! Fill your isolation with some creation with some of Birmingham’s best babs below. Molly Cleaver Molly has been creating her custom prints for only … Continue reading Check out these Serious Ladies creating in social isolation
Ione Finn talks expectations, anxiety and reconnecting during lockdown. I read an article the other day that Jennifer Aniston has said the exact same. Apparently she’s a bit of an agoraphobe, perhaps I am too. I think the thing I’m … Continue reading Is it bad that I’ve been enjoying lockdown? Probably, but fuck it.
By Emelia Eagles Established in 2016, Peplo have become regular faces on the Scottish unsigned scene, supporting and headlining a host of shows across the Glaswegian circuit. Tall has been out a short while now and has already garnered some … Continue reading Review: Wonderful Celtic Quartet Peplo debut new single ‘Tall’
We’re proud to announce we’ve curated the first International Women’s Day map of Birmingham, showcasing Birmingham’s celebration of women and non binary people on the weekend of 7 and 8 March. Designed by Supersonic Festival’s Rosie Tunley, the map features … Continue reading Introducing the first International Women’s Day Map of Birmingham!
Those wonderful humans over at Die Das Der invited me and my stupid massive polaroid camera along to Ye Olde Muthers studio last month to sample the fruits of their labour. By Emelia Eagles Die Das Der is a regular … Continue reading Die Das Der-mazing: a review of Mouses, Wax Futures + more