AfroPunk Festival Finally Came to London

Saturday saw the first ever Afropunk Festival in London and people showed up and represented! Like most first times around, there’s always room for improvement. The people who came made the day and the acts we saw were great! Akala, The Noisettes,  Laura Mvula, Cakes Da Killa, SZA, Kwabs, MNEK, Lady LeShurr and the Soulection […]

Being Black And Genderless

When I was 14 years old, I told my friends about my uneasiness regarding being a girl/woman, and how I wished I weren’t one. Fast forward a decade later and I still don’t know where to stand regarding my gender. I am definitely not cis-gender but I’m unsure about transitioning and going through a potential […]

1 Day Until Afropunk Festival London 2016!

Afropunk Fest London is in 1 day! Do you have your tickets? Is your outfit sorted?! If you didn’t know already, we’ve been counting down the first UK Afropunk everyday this week with a mixtape. This one was curated by Nathan Leigh and Matthew Morgan in lieu of the 2015 Fest, showcasing artists who performed at previous […]

3 Days Until Afropunk Festival London 2016

Afropunk Fest London is in 3 days! To get you through hump day we have a mixtape that was created as a nod to Activist, Film Maker and Musician Bree Newsome. Newsome sheroically removed The Confederate Flag from above the South Carolina Capital on June 27th 2015.  As she pulled the flag down, she shouted these words: “You […]

10 Great Looks From London Fashion Week

As we all know, the mainstream fashion industry is not the most diverse place in the world. But if you look hard and long enough you can find a few people that stand out from the majority. We have listed below 10 amazing looks from London Fashion Week SS17, all modelled by people of colour. Designer: […]

4 Days Until Afropunk Festival London 2016

Afropunk Fest London is in 4 days! To celebrate the countdown, I chose five previously released Afropunk mix-tapes that signify the sign of the times we’re in. It’s unfortunate that some of the mix-tapes are now a year or two old and in most instances, there have been no resolutions nor repercussions for the way we’re being treated as a people across […]