- Great Day In London…. Warriors come out to play-yay….
- LIFE BETWEEN ISLANDS: CARIBBEAN BRITISH ART 1950’s – NOW….
- The Graphic Art of Ian Swift…. Here comes Vol. 2…
- THE RETURN OF PAULINE MELVILLE: A True Master Of Chaos
- THEY CALLED HIM “FRENCHIE”… Photographer, fellow traveller & friend…. Jean Bernard Sohiez RIP
Tag Archives: Word Sound & Power
WORD SOUND & POWER joins forces with PAINTED PRINTED PLAYED and it is on at Rich Mix in Shoreditch for the duration of the London jazz Festival In the summer of 2012 – to celebrate 50 years of Jamaican Independence … Continue reading
WORD SOUND & POWER: Reggae Changed My Life. As Black History month approaches I have to wonder why I’m struggling to get people around the nation to host the exhibition that Swift & I put together at the British Music … Continue reading
Just a short note to give a headz-up to Swifty and the I-self’s latest venture – http://www.stereophonic-supply.co. Building on what we were doing with Straight No Chaser magazine the initial aim of this project is to go digging in the … Continue reading
2012 has already slipped into the past and the new year is rolling in like the blizzard outside my window. It’s time to get busy and build on the rewards of last year. With the assistance of our brothers in … Continue reading
YO! YO! YO! Final shout for Xmas … The Word Sound & Power posters and postcards are the perfect Xmas & New Years present! Catch the final post for Xmas tomorrow (Thursday!) … they are in their tubes and ready … Continue reading
Last week I had the pleasure of joining the panel for British Underground’s ‘Bass Culture Clash’ event at the BME in the o2. As our Word Sound & Power: Reggae Changed My Life exhibition is currently in residence at the … Continue reading
I’m on the panel for this Bass Culture event…. this coming Thursday at the BME in the 02…the 11th… if you fancy checking our Word Sound & Power: Reggae Changed My Life exhibition… this is most definitely a good opportunity… … Continue reading
In December 2011, following the turbulent Dudus Coke affair, the Most Honourable Portia Simpson Miller aka Sister P was re-elected Prime Minister of Jamaica and declared their intention to sever the link to the “Mother Country” and become a Republic… … Continue reading
Saturday night at the Roundhouse in Camden Town . It’s busy. In the main room, post-emo college rock band, Brand New, was pulling a heavy crowd. Meanwhile, in the small theatre, a more modest gathering was gradually assembling to get … Continue reading