Immersive, educational, political, Jack Nurse and Robbie Gordon’s The Coolidge Effect combines various ingredients into the performance, getting teenagers and twenty-somethings to think about sex and pornography. Using engaging dialogue, interaction and scientific methods, they’ve created an impactful and visceral piece of work which will hopefully open up the conversation about various aspects to porn such as exploiting, addicting and reclusive sides to it.Read More
Ahead of the release of his second album, The Curious Hand, next month, Irish alt-folk and electronica alchemist Seamus Fogarty spoke with The Fountain. His first since being signed to Domino and follow-up to God Damn You Mountain, there has been much anticipation for this new record.Read More
Sophie Snell’s had quite the summer with a Bath Novel Award and more recently the York Festival of Writing Friday Night Live Award with her story, The Pear Drum.
With such accolades under her belt, Sophie spoke to The Fountain about York’s Festival of Writing, how setting is key to this novel and her transition from management consultant to novelist.
With a new album release on the cards with a list of tour dates, Collar Up’s Stephen McLaren has much to offer in the coming months.
Stephen spoke with The Fountain about the Edinburgh music scene, what it’s like to transition from being in a band to a solo artist and where we are likely to see him play in the forthcoming future.
Blancmange are hitting Glasgow and Edinburgh, whilst on tour in October with both dates at Audio and La Belle Angele, promoting new album, Unfurnished Rooms, which is released on 29th September.Read More
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