Dom Smith sits down with JJ Tatten, Manager of The Warren Youth Project to talk about the next phase of Three Minute Heroes.
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Hull has an explosive, diverse, and fantastic creative community from the New Adelphi Club to the wondrous exhibits of Humber Street Gallery. That same community can sometimes feel elusive to outsiders. Introduction We asked some of our favourite artists in the area what it’s like in Hull’s ether of neurodivergent creativity. Neurodivergence is the term […]
Harriet Sugarcookie (@hsugarcookie on Twitter) runs a management agency for models and creatives who work in the sex industry. She started posting a while ago on Reddit, began camming, and furthered her career by starting her own blog site that ‘became more than a blog site for a while, which was really interesting’. In this […]
WARO sits down with NEWMEDS vocalist Nick Cobley about finding catharsis in music, and the importance of sharing thoughts and feelings when out on the road, in the bar or at home. The music scene in Yorkshire is a deluge of talent at the moment. Bands like Bonnie and the Bailers and CARO are killing […]
In this latest spotlight, we chat to Dan The Rapperman (who has Cerebral Palsy) about his music, and inspirations. S] What things are inspiring your music now, in terms of themes? I would say UK hip-hop and grime. S] What are the biggest challenges that you face? Not letting my disability get in the way […]
Soundsphere magazine today releases a short documentary produced by two Hull College students – athlete, journalist and wheelchair user, Chelsea Sparke, and producer Danielle Hayes. The documentary features prominent figures in Hull’s music scene talking about Hull’s quest for better accessibility. Dom Smith, editor of Soundsphere (who has Cerebral Palsy) comments: “Hull is where I am […]