Shelter Official biography for BMG / Modern Recordings Eight disarmingly beautiful piano nocturnes from the composer and producer on his solo debut album, recorded over two days following lockdown in New York City. The day after lockdown began in New York City was a surreal one. Thomas Bartlett walked the five miles to his studio Read more about Thomas Bartlett[…]
My commercial reel includes spots for Clinique, Vodafone, Mitsubishi, Pukka, the Guardian, Yakult and Sanex. My voice age is 25-35, and my tone is fresh, light and confident; I can easily move from cool and ethereal to bright and smiley, educated and trustworthy.
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Listen on Acast, here On this week’s pop culture perusal fest… THE GREAT BARRIER, GRIEF: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ extraordinary new album Ghosteen leaves our panel floored and yet somehow elated. How did he turn unimaginable personal pain into something so beautiful? THE ROAD OF XS: Many saw Michael Hutchence as just a Read more about Bigmouth[…]
Journalist Sophie Harris goes small and goes swift as she remembers the magic of the BBC’s The Box of Delights. Part One of two. Listen on Acast, here.
The Community Store In the middle of sleek Coal Drops Yard, Sophie Harris discovers STORE studio, home to a plucky design collective inspiring more than just the creativity-starved grown-ups who attend their weekend workshops Given how cold and dark it is outside, it’s pretty remarkable how perky and pleased people are looking right now, at the end Read more about KX[…]
Kiosk Magazine: To Boldly Go Honest Jon’s Alan Scholefield talks to Sophie Harris through some of the iconic London record label’s key releases. It is a London story like no other: In the 40-odd years since opening its doors as a record shop in Ladbroke Grove, Honest Jon’s has been, variously, a pillar of the Read more about Honest Jon’s[…]
Investigating why Russian people sniff bread while drinking vodka offers a portal into the realities of Russian life at a time when sympathetic cultural insight is sorely lacking. “Somebody in Bristol started making a vodka called Novichok,” said our host, Natasha Ward, faux-scandalised at the reference to the toxic nerve agent. “And they were immediately told, Read more about BBC Travel: Russia’s strange bread-sniffing ritual[…]