Kate Nash

Girl Gang Assemble

Kate Nash | Posted 21.10.2014 | UK Entertainment
Kate Nash

"What could I do about this stuff? What is my area of expertise and how can I take action about things that I care about and can actually help with?" I don't want to do it alone. I'm powerless that way. I need a group of cool, passionate people who care and want to talk about serious shit but also use entertainment, creativity, storytelling and music to do it - blend entertainment with reality...

On Turning 27... And My New Video, 'She Rules'!

Kate Nash | Posted 13.09.2014 | UK Entertainment
Kate Nash

It feels like a very womanly age, I feel more secure in myself as I get older and I like this number a lot... I wrote letters to my sisters and the girlfriends back home that I couldn't spend the day with which in turn inspired a song. It's called She Rules.

Putting the Technology Into a Fashion Party

Nathalie Gaveau | Posted 26.08.2014 | UK Tech
Nathalie Gaveau

When it comes to shopping, I'm obviously a digital person - and it would appear that consumers all over the world are the same, or at least transitioning. The rise in shopping via mobile makes up half of the traffic on retail sites and, specifically in fashion and clothing, accounts for 36% of sales...

Moving to LA, Coachella and Writing for Only Gold the Musical

Kate Nash | Posted 28.07.2014 | UK Entertainment
Kate Nash

I'm older and wiser and I know what I want now, so I'm sticking it out. I'm giving it a go. London, know that I love you and if Ukip become a genuine threat to us I would jump on a plane in a second to protest, but I just wanted to update you on what I'm up to right now, starting from scratch and living in Los Angeles.

Is Prog Rock the New Folk?

William Higham | Posted 21.05.2014 | UK Entertainment
William Higham

Prepare to guffaw now when I suggest what the next wave of music and culture looks set to be. Are you ready? I believe it's prog rock ... (Okay, perhaps the headline spoilt the surprise). Yes, progressive rock. The kipper tie or puffball skirt of music.

This Week Finishes With Neil, Portillo And Johnson Waving To Queen

The Huffington Post UK | Paul Vale | Posted 12.12.2013 | UK Politics

This Week, Andrew Neil's often unmissable overview of the last seven days in Westminster, featured a bizarre denouement on Thursday, with the host, fo...

Kate Nash Isn't Going Away (Just Yet)

Chidubem Nwabufo | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Entertainment
Chidubem Nwabufo

"The music industry is more about sucking dick [than the fashion industry]." Kate Nash is having a bit of a Kanye moment. Her statement is one that many people may dispute.

Patti Smith, My Mum and Being a Woman in the Music Industry

Kate Nash | Posted 27.12.2013 | UK Entertainment
Kate Nash

I feel empowered by being a female musician. I would encourage other girls to get into the music industry because if you can ignore all the negative things it can be really empowering and really fun.

To My Fans: Shepherd's Bush Empire + You

Kate Nash | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Entertainment
Kate Nash

The gig showed me that this is more than just being about a record, or music, one album, one song, one thing. It's like a movement, and it's about community and friendship, loyalty and empowerment. It's not about exclusivity. It's not about celebrity, or fame. It's not about measuring success by the size of your wallet, or amount of Twitter followers you have...

Help the Fight Against Hate Crime

Kate Nash | Posted 18.09.2013 | UK Entertainment
Kate Nash

I've never been involved nor had a friend involved with a hate crime before. I didn't know what to expect or how that would feel. I've read stories in the news. I've read about 'The Sophie Lancaster Foundation' online. In fact, I first heard of it because of my friend Mika. On 13 July, Mika went out with one of his best friends - a girl who dresses alternatively and has a lot of tattoos. They were in a chicken shop in Soho when a couple of guys took a disliking to her alternative look. They threatened to stab her because of the way she was dressed, Mika stood in and was beaten so badly, he now has a fracture in his face.

It's Time for Some Girl Talk!

Kate Nash | Posted 03.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Kate Nash

There are a lot of emotions spread across the tracks from friendships gone bad, love and loss - a lot for listeners to connect to. I consider the record my mission statement on what it means to be a girl, and all of my strong, controversial opinions are laced throughout.

Sarah Dean

MUSIC BOX: Les Mis Cast Reach Number One

HuffingtonPost.com | Sarah Dean | Posted 21.01.2013 | UK Entertainment

CHART TOPPERS Will.i.am and Britney Spears might be number one in the singles chart again this week, but what's really interesting is that the cast...

Anarchy in the 100 Club, Almost...

Jason Holmes | Posted 19.11.2012 | UK Entertainment
Jason Holmes

The evening was planned as a retrospective of the album that changed everything for British music. Never Mind The B******* sprang angrily into life in 1977, an original musical work that openly criticised a culturally cobwebbed United Kingdom. But the organisers do not get politeness this evening. Instead they get cat calls and verbal threats.

School of Roccupy: Uniting Rockstars, High School Youth, and Occupy Wall Street

Adam Jung | Posted 22.10.2012 | UK Politics
Adam Jung

Activists involved with the Occupy Wall Street movement are working with a record label set up to support the movement to launch a high profile community outreach project. The School of Roccupy is a collaboration between Occupation Records and Occupy activists that aims to creatively engage high school students with the processes and idealism of Occupy Wall Street.

Pussy Riot: Madge Calls Sentencing 'Inhumane'

WENN/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 20.08.2012 | Home

Madonna has urged officials in Russia to release imprisoned members of punk band Pussy Riot from prison, branding their two-year sentence "inhumane". ...

VIDEO: Laura Dockrill: The South London Takeover

Crane.tv | Posted 20.11.2011 | UK Lifestyle
Crane.tv

She calls herself a poet but Laura Dockrill also illustrates all her work, creates intricate artwork and maps and is now working on a series of children's books. Crane.tv catches up with her.