Event: Wild Lies, New Device, Tuskens and Reckless Intentions at The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/972426656192878/

Date: May 17, 2017

Where?: The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

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Video: MV1: Slipknot – Snuff

Music video that I helped to create, and also starred in.

‘…First music video created for my Music Video Production class at Berklee College of Music, Valencia Campus. It is a fan made video of Slipknot’s Snuff. Hope you enjoy my first ever video 🙂

Actor: William Garnett
Dancer: Catherine Pastrana

Video crew: Giulia Spadaro and Nikita Zabinski
Editing: Giulia Spadaro…’

First published: February 10, 2016

Podcast: Night Owl Promotions on Radio Addict

The guys from Night Owl Promotions stopped by to give us the run down of their upcoming night at Lennons this Friday, featuring Lock & Key, Griever and more.

£5 tickets are available here: www.fatsoma.com/night-owl-promoti…ver-nebraska-more

First published: March 7, 2016

Live Review: Hacktivist & The One Hundred @ Joiners, Southampton – 7.12.14

Shows like these are notorious for their crowd interaction, the mosh pits, the lead singer jumping into the crowd, the sweaty fat guy with his top off swinging it above his head, it can be these antics that makes these type of gigs so enjoyable to attend. However, it’s a shame when sometimes a minority of people take there enthusiasm a bit too far and get carried away with it, swinging there bodies all over the place, especially into small girls and people who are clearly not in the mosh pit. Different people enjoy gigs in different ways, some people like to mosh as there expression of enjoyment of the music, and some people just like to enjoy the music. The two should not have to clash, even at a small venue such as Joiners. In spite of this, the raw emotion that was shown by each band on the night is enough to get even the mellowest of guys stirred. The Intimacy of Joiners makes it feel like you’re at one with the band, the audience able to see each emotion on the bands faces – to study/to admire.

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