Blame – Ian Milne

A friend of mine is beautiful, funny, interesting and creative, I have a huge amount of love for her…but lately she’s become so volatile that I’m finding it hard to be around her anymore. At first I thought this was aimed towards me, on reflection I’m beginning to see she’s…

Small Acts of Resistance – John Jackson

As the proverbial winds of change sweep afresh through the geoplitical status quo and fan the eternal flames of liberation, John Jackson and Steve Crawshaw have, with a sublime sense of timing published a truly unique book that scythes through the miasmas of the macro and illuminates the core of…

LSD Magazine interviews Above

Driven by an unrelenting nomadicism that echoes the ephemeral essence of street art itself, Above is driving the power of art as a way of life ever deeper into international consciousness and the global landscape.Monumental wordplay’s up to 100 metres long, site specific subversion’s slamming into straight up heists, raw,…

Attending to Dreams

The realm of dreams is perhaps the most ubiquitous, fertile, and alluring place that we look to for inspiration. Whether we’re craving new creative ideas or insight into ourselves, our night-time excursions to this mercurial land of multiple meanings, shifting landscapes and beguiling mysteries seem to dangle endless fresh possibilities…

Tales from the Soundlabz #5

So here we are ‘Tales from the Soundlabz Part 2 ‘Raving reporter edition or…Confessions of a Dirty Rotten Digital Sonic Caner and Internationally Reknowned DEE Jette. Having been seen online saying that “airport departure lounges are very inspirational for LSD magazine article writing” and having last seen the deadline legging it…

LSD Magazine interviews Solo One

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED Issue Six – Stand and Deliver – January 11th 2011 As his extraordinarily complex pieces burst and ripple with texture, tortured shape, organic brilliance and an intangible bridge between the sublimely spiritual and 2000 AD on acid, Solo One is busy building extraordinarily strong graff in the community…

LSD Magazine interviews Ron English

Dispensing with the usual platitudinous outpourings such as ‘legend’, ‘godfather of street art’ etc (all true by the way), we here at LSD were lucky enough to have an in depth chat with Uncle Ron himself. A lifetime spent subverting the subversions of corporate society, Ron has not only pioneered…

LSD Magazine interviews Bassline Circus

Born out of the creative crucible of the nomadic underground, Bassline Circus have woven together scorching performance, awe inspiring feats of skillfully suicidal comedy, dazzling visuals, a slamming groove and a pulsating dancefloor into an eyeball shattering synthesis of the performing arts. Somewhere between a cabaret and a warehouse rave,…

LSD Magazine interviews 69 DB

Who are you – literally and metaphorically? I’m someone who has spent 20 years improvising on Liveset as a result of musical revelations that hit me when Acid house exploded in the UK in 1988. I’m coming from the point of view that making music is like surfing. The best…

LSD Magazine interviews Cypher Project

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: Issue Seven – Made in Space May 9th 2011 Weaving art and music together into unyielding positive, practical idealism, the Cypher Project is taking the power of street art – both established and nascent and setting it firmly within the context of social and creative responsibility. Linking global…