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BOTW Review: Feathers – If All Now Here

Feathers had the ultimate home ground advantage when playing SXSW this year. Not only were they on their own turf of Austin, Texas, they were also playing as support to Depeche Mode – a band that their own synth pop sound is heavily indebted to. One can only assume it …

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BOTW Interview: Feathers

Ahead of Feathers‘ long-awaited debut full-length, the equally forward-looking and backwards-glancing ‘If All Now Here‘, finally seeing release later this month, Alex Cull caught up with the quartet’s leading lady, Anastasia Dimou, over a crackly phone line. Read on for an insight into the group’s sci-fi, dystopian

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BOTW Video: Feathers – ‘Land of the Innocent’

It would be all too easy to draw a direct line between the stark, almost alien landscapes of Feathers‘ mysterious video for If All Now Here‘s first single, ‘Land of the Innocent‘, and the track’s retro sci-fi sonic bent. No, it all feels as though it …

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Introducing our BOTW: Feathers

Smothering themselves in a musical aesthetic somewhere between old-world spiritualism and the sci-fi gloss of a not-so-distant future, Austin four-piece Feathers are the brainchild of New York transplant Anastasia Dimou. Forging a path somewhere between the Internet-enabled, alt-electro of Grimes and the grittier, more mechanised side of synth-pop, Feathers’ forthcoming …

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Moodboard: Feathers

We caught up with Feathers only a matter of weeks ago. Since then they have announced the release of their debut single ‘Land of the Innocent’  on 25th February, closely followed by their debut album ‘If All Now Here’ on 15th April. Their single is a blend of

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Issue 61 Extended Interview: Feathers

Slick, eerie, electro-pop that doesn’t have its feet firmly planted in the northern hemisphere?! Yep, sounded like a myth to us too before we stumbled upon Anastasia Dimou’s Austin based creation Feathers. Having up-rooted from New York to the sweltering Texas deserts last year before capturing the ever lasting adoration

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Four and Twenty Blackbirds: The Art of Jess Eaton

Jess Eaton fuses fashion and fur in an unprecedented way, creating intriguing and often challenging pieces that question the industry’s approach to animal products. We sent Andrew Gonsalves to interview her and find out more about the inspiration behind such an odd mix of media.

The idea for the first …

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LFW Interview: Fyodor Golan

Having won last year’s wildly coveted Fashion Fringe award, and with an impressive repertoire of experience at McQueen and Richard Nicoll, expectations for the Fyodor Golan show were at the pinnacle of high. And once the design duo opened the week’s festivities at the Embankment gallery in Somerset House, jaws

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Designer Week: DAY 4 Part 2 Kate Wallis

This afternoon we talk to our second graduate designer Kate Wallis. Already featured in the latest issue (053) of Notion Magazine, Kate’s breath taking womenswear exists in the relams of fantastical couture. A graduate from Westminster Fashion, Kate has the design sensibility where sheer beauty in other worldly proportions is

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Ruffle Your Feathers This Spring/Summer

As soon as Christmas is over and someone mutters the word ‘festival’, it seems a new strain of boho-chic comes filtering down from the ether and declared as the trend that everyone will be working come summer. Augmented by the high-street’s insatiable desire for the seventies trend this year, hippie-chic …

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