Retrograde - Interviews

Erika

Posted by Christine Reynolds on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 In : Fresh 

 

Taking homage to a trilogy of Ep’s ‘Onna” is set to be one that speaks the language of its Japanese meaning: ‘woman.” The Ep itself consists of 5 tracks with a remix by Toby Kid called, “Pop To The Head.” ‘Fly Away’ and ‘Warrior’ (taken from the Ep) have seen visuals that depicted genuine aspects of ‘Erika’s” personality and world. For instance:  ‘Warrior,’ as you will find out via this interview featured genuine friends and people she knew, they were not ac...


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Forced Random

Posted by Christine Reynolds on Saturday, May 14, 2016 In : Fresh 

I found myself asking many questions when listening to the music and totality of ‘Oliver,’ firstly, in his photographs the images seem to paradigm a sense of shapelessness – like when Sia covers herself distinctly, although we know what she looks like her art/music is hidden behind different forms of expression and images. Oliver remains hidden behind a veil but seems to allow his music and identity to appear bit by bit as the unravelling of himself comes forth; and I think I caught thi...


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Amy True

Posted by Christine Reynolds on Saturday, May 14, 2016 In : R n B & Hip Hop 


‘Amy True’ is an independent artist who inherited the strength and vitality of her Irish mother’s roots, and the cultured obligation of self from her Ugandan father. There is so much history already from the originality of her parents history; that it shapes to me a formation of what lies within a young woman whose work-rate matches those who seek to make a clear difference, and why not? Why shy away from an independent artist’s work-rate that can naturally go unnoticed? I could menti...


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Charlotte TurnBull – Rising Within Her

Posted by Christine Reynolds on Sunday, May 8, 2016 In : R n B & Hip Hop 


 

Introducing Charlotte to you the readers will be a very simplistic thing to do. Like Ed Sheerean building his: ‘Lego house,’ building a star like ‘Courtney Bennet’ will require all the pieces and preparations of one simple thing; ‘Keeping it real.” Keeping it real is the recipe of the day, and the recipe of the night. It takes work to discover someone so laid back and to keep them that way – where as many would de-construct Courtney, ‘The Live Factory,” simply want to m...


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