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Larry Cadge and Rick Sanders: Resaca

SEEN has been a long-time admirer of the wondrous and ever-resourceful Larry Cadge. His latest collab with Rick Sanders once again eases us all into some stonking summer weather, with hypnotic beats and almost Gregorian vocal stylings. He’s like the Pied Piper, where he goes we willingly follow… Smiley Fingers is glad to present Larry …

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Loukoumades Weekend at The Athenian

Brace yourselves, Londoners! Here comes a delicious new food craze… Today and tomorrow (23 and 24 June), Greek street food specialists, The Athenian are launching a special Loukoumades Weekend at White City Place. For one weekend only, the Athenian will be serving up the incredibly moreish dessert, loukoumades, at their West London venue alongside their …

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Pigeon Power: Fly By Night London – Duke Riley

Fly By Night London by American artist Duke Riley will begin tonight as part of 1418 Now, LIFT Festival and the Greenwich & Docklands International Festival. Riley has created a breathtaking performance over the River Thames, with 1500 beautiful homing pigeons that he’s been training over three months. Each of the birds wears an LED …

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Helena Hauff: Qualm

SEEN has always been a huge elctronica fan so was very intrigued to hear the latest work by Helena Hauff. “Qualm” is her new album, released on 3 August 2018 via Ninja Tune. The title has a duality that Hauff enjoys – the German word “Qualm” (kvalm) translates as fumes or smoke, whilst the English …

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Review of ‘Thessalus and Medea’ – a short film by Flying Dutchman Productions

SEEN often ponders that it doesn’t matter how many years pass, time and again, film creatives turn to the Greek classics as source material, reinventing their eternal themes and making them relevant to a modern audience’s sensibilities. It’s an aspect of postmodernism that stories are sometimes explored that do not strictly exist as source material …