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In Focus: Just What did the Artist Get?

You know this, I know this, we all know this: if you pay £9.78 in Tesco for a new record (or equally, 99p on iTunes), then the artist won’t receive all of that £9.78, or even that 99p. After all, digital record sales are still enormous – we’ve just passed …



Maison Twenty is Doing it for Themselves

Maison Twenty, a new Pop-Up shop finds a home during mid-December on London’s Whitecross street. Maison Twenty is doing it for themselves, and we couldn’t be happier about it. 20 artists each season are chosen to create an original piece of art to be produced on an everyday t-shirt. …



Ringmaster Festival announces Friday lineup

The festival season isn’t over just yet, with Worcestershire’s Ringmaster Festival releasing their Friday lineup, which includes headliner Dry the River.

Moving location this year in order to increase its size, Ringmaster Festival has already announced their impressive Saturday schedule, with Maximo Park, Hadouken! and Mystery Jets are already …


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Little Boots announces US and UK support acts

Little Boots has revealed who will be the support acts during her tours of the US and UK: MNDR, Still Corners and Sophie.

Releasing one of the best pop albums of 2012, MNDR’s Amanda Warner’s electrifying performances will compliment and galvanize Little Boots’ enigmatic gigs, whilst Still Corners’ dream-pop tracks …



Exclusive interview: Dave White (part one)

Die-hard sneaker collector and UK pop-culture icon Dave White has given the world a rare glimpse at his vintage classics and exclusive one-offs in the world’s biggest ever sneaker archiving project, Sneakerpedia. In an exclusive two-part interview with PlanetNotion, White shares anecdotes and stories about his ever-growing sneaker collection.

Dave …



Farah Vintage host Farah Fridays Live throughout August

‘Farah Fridays Live’ kicked off last weekend, and saw Camden Roundhouse host the Farah Vintage beach hut, to celebrate and support young emerging artists. Created in 1920 in the US, Farah Vintage didn’t reach the UK until the early 70s. It has since built a cult status within the …



Tramlines festival 2013 review

For the fifth July running, Sheffield was turned into a weekend long street party as revellers soaked up sunshine, beer and music from all genres and walks of life giving off a unique vibe. The inner-city festival, Tramlines, showcases the cities arts, culture and musicians who shone proving there’s



News: In The Woods Festival is calling all artists

Festivals are the perfect spot for an artist to get their work out there and their name known. Think about it, thousands of creative minds walking in the confines of one site looking for unique experiences constantly. In The Woods have announced that they are taking proposals for artists to …



Exhibition review: George Bellows at The Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy’s latest exhibition George Bellows (1882-1925): Modern American Life is an impressive collection of paintings, sketches and lithographs that catalogues the short but illustrious career of US artist George Bellows. Whilst Bellows is widely recognised in his native country as an accomplished and socially-aware artist, on a …


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‘Unwrap’ Christmas with Farfetch.com

This week Farfetch.com launched their Christmas ‘Unwrap’ campaign. The website, which houses 250 of the world’s best boutiques, collaborated with four creative to design exclusive gift-wraps for Christmas, which will be used to package any purchases made from the website this winter. That way, everyone can have a piece of …