Lost In The Cracks of Croydon

I was pretty excited about visiting Croydon last week for the private view of Georgina Cook’s degree show. As many of you will know I’ve been a great admirer of her photos for many years and was thrilled when she agreed to let us use her images for the first two issues of Woofah (including the front …

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dubstep reviews

No, this isn’t some kind of road to damascus conversion, I just happen to have been given some dubstep tunes that I actually like for a change. I admit this is a surprise after several years of slagging off most of the genre for just not being good enough. But as usual there are people …

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That’s Not My Name

Roughly a decade ago the seminal breakcore and experimental label Praxis produced some t-shirts. Nothing particularly out of the ordinary there, you might think. Except Praxis were committed to creating a counter-culture (or “sub-net” network) of people who didn’t wish to become celebrity DJs or producers. Instead people were encouraged to adopt pseudonyms and to find …

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BASH#7

Doing a bit of extra publicity had clearly paid off – the place was filling up just after me and a slightly worse for wear Martin had arrived and grabbed seats. Jason-From-Transition-Mastering-Studios treated the early crew to a nice set of 90s ragga classics and finished up with Sandra Cross’ “Country Living” and Janet Kay’s …

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