LSD Magazine interviews Rero

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED Issue Five – Coming of Age – August 11th 2010 Consciously sidestepping an image based aesthetic to combat the visual saturation of our generation, French artist Rero uses his minimalist Verdana texts to challenge accepted notions of private property and the lines of ownership we draw around places,…

LSD Magazine interviews DJ Kormac

With music, melody, harmony and the full instrumental spectrum being smuggled back onto dancefloors disguised as an 11 piece band complete with barber shop quartet, DJ Kormac and his sonic revolution are noisily replacing stylistic orthodoxy with a large slice of cake. Dropping turntablism onto banjos and clarinets as the…

Word of Chaz (Film Whistle Blower) #7

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: Issue Seven – Made in Space May 9th 2011 The world has fallen apart again!  I knew it would.  The moment this Year’s Oscar Nominees were announced – let alone finally dished out – Colin Firth wins “Best Actor In The Known Universe – Ever!!!!!”  for playing a…

Soulflux #7

What is Soulflux? I like to think of it as intuitive speculation – an attempt to piece together some of the deepest truths I know of, with a view to finding empowering insights. For this edition, I wanted to bring music more into the frame. I have taken inspiration from…

Disconnect – RSH

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: Issue Seven – Made in Space May 9th 2011 The difference between the world we live in and the world the media/governments present as reality. We live in a complex world. One that has many layers of constantly changing form. Technology, economics and spirituality shape the way in…

Age of Empathy – Jeremy Rifkin

While our radio talk shows and 24-hour cable TV news programs incessantly play off the political rift between conservative and liberal ideologies, the deeper conflict in America has always been the cultural divide between faith versus reason. At the dawn of the modern market economy and nation-state era, the philosophers…

LSD Magazine interviews Garfield Hackett

Overflowing with vibrant energy and radiant positivity, Garfield Hackett, the man behind the living, breathing creative matrix of Cordy House and one of the key driving forces behind the now legendary Mutate Britain has got a new project. And we’re talking some seriously next level evolution both in creative terms…

Word of Chaz (Film Whistle Blower) #5

OPENING TITLES: CHAZ – THE CLASS STRUGGLE OF THE BRITISH FILM INDUSTRY CHAZ (V/O) Good morning inmates of Britain.  Since the last time I spoke to you via this column, written on the bloated underside of our once proud film industry, a number of event have given me a sickening…

LSD Magazine interviews A Skillz

Ever since he burst onto your bass bins alongside Krafty Kuts on the seminal Tricka Technology album, A Skillz has been systematically and spectacularly slamming the party back down onto a throbbing dancefloor. Coooking up a spellbinding storm on each and every sizzling edit he hurls down, he skips through…

LSD Magazine interviews The Correspondents

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ISSUE SIX – STAND AND DELIVER January 11th 2011 Somewhere between an LSD drenched Evelyn Waugh novel with the Catholic guilt hijacked by renegade exuberance and an amphetaminesque 23 step Oscar Wilde with infinitely more rhythm and a damn sight less cut-glass cynicism, strut The Correspondents in alarmingly…