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Roo Oxley, lifelong casual and author of new book Clobber, discusses what it means to belong to one of Britain’s most contentious subcultures.
Last Wednesday, the elusive graffer linked up with the shiny-toothed DnB legend to flog quality tees to hundreds of fans in Deptford, London.
100%: The North London musician has largely remained behind the scenes over the last few years. Now he’s stepping out on his own, with a synthy, electronica-dipped sound in tow.
In Charlotte Regan’s comedy-drama about a young girl who reunites with her dad after her mum’s death, the 12-year-old actor, who's never even had a line in a school play, gives a thrilling, naturalistic performance.
Thanks to homemade Gujarati food and a cult Instagram following, this is one of Stoke Newington's most-loved family businesses.
100%: After more than a decade in the music “biz”, one of London’s greatest drummers is finally releasing his debut album, Black Classical Music.