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Studio Visit: Stephen Einhorn

Heading into the warren behind Stephen Einhorn’s London studio feels much like going through the gates at Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory: strange machinery, experimental rooms, an army of (admittedly full-size) artisans working and magical creations coming out from the end of the process. In short, Stephen’s workshop is nothing



Hevy Festival 2012 – Review

When a festival tailors its lineup to your primary genre preference, offers its tickets at a crazy-cheap price compared to the market big guns, organises its acts to avoid any form of performance clash and even throws in animal park access for free, you have to wonder what on earth …



Label Profile: Drop Dead Clothing Co.

At 25 Oli Sykes has had a worldwide successful metalcore band and clothing line for 7 years, based in Steel City Sheffield and firmly a part of the diy internet business revolution of the broadband era Drop Dead Clothing Co. capitalised on the conditions being right and with £500 from …



LFW: Asger Juel Larsen – Show Report

Notion favourite Asger Juel Larsen showed just why he’s a Notion favourite with this season’s offering – as a double bill with T.Lipop and the last show of LFW SS12. Kicking off with motorbike revs, the collection showed a strong Berlin clubber-vive, with Metal influences, patent creeper-boots and full-print outfits. …



Interview: Hercules and Love Affair’s Andy Butler

We rather like the new Hercules and Love Affair record (Read Seb Law’s review of ‘Blus Songs’ in Notion 049 at www.notionmag.com). It’s rammed full of addictive fun-time songs that have a 4/4 beat and a sparkling rhythm. He liked it so much that we thought we’d …