Infinite Magazine

I was approached through Overdiluted to begin providing content on music for American site Infinite Magazine. Infinite focuses on the creative process behind creative endeavours, so it's a little bit of a different angle to much of the stuff I've been writing about on my own site. What began as a little bit of content here and evolved into a campaign called 'Ones to Watch', where I focused on up and coming artists from around the world over 10 weeks. 


Ones to watch - Ralphy London

Ones to watch - Roy Wood$

Ones to watch - Jazz Cartier

Ones to watch - Jesse James Solomon

Ones to watch - Indigochildrick

Ones to watch - Rejjie Snow

Ones to watch - Anderson .Paak

Ones to watch - London O'Connor

Ones to watch - Abra

Ones to watch: The Intro

Kevin Garrett has the attention of Roc Nation, does he have yours?

Contra Paris - The Dream and Jay-Z mean business

A listen through Wale's An Album About Nothing

Tidal for all?

Amethyst, the reminder of Tinashe we all needed

King Kendrick's return

Style Stands Alone

I came to a bit of an arrangement with the guys from Style Stands Alone - they are fashion insiders who know the industry very well, but didn't have the writers to do their opportunities justice. In return for writing, I go to London Collections: Men as a part of their team, attending events I would never get invited to on my own. Providing content on an ad-hoc basis is nice because it allows me to go into a little more detail than if I had a weekly slot or something.


London Collections: Men coverage

In conversation with Kojey Radical - my biggest interview to date

An interview with Anthony Miles

S.S.A Monthly playlists

Steven Harrington - Wavy Days Exhibition

S.S.A Meet Chelsea Bravo

Has hip-hop's obsession with Japanese style made Eastern rap more credible?