Patter Playlist 15 — Big LeapsSep-2021
This month brings a substantial playlist of important female artists and their songs for right now.
A Moment With Charlotte PerriandJun-2021
If Le Corbusier is a giant of modernism, Charlotte Perriand—the woman he collaborated with, and who co-designed some of the furniture that featured in his ‘machine for living in’—is less well-known, and often uncredited. Plus ça change.
Things to Go-See — 3 Shows for SpringMay-2021
With commercial galleries open once more and museums due to welcome visitors from mid-May, we highlight three exhibitions that you need to see — many of the works on show are rarely exhibited and should not be missed.
Patter Playlist 13 — The Warmth of the SunMay-2021
A sound bath of tracks designed to bounce you into spring. Calming audio from Mura Masa with Tirzah is the support act to 2 hours of big female energy.
Patter Playlist 12 — Everything is Going to Be OkayFeb-2021
An edit of our favourite tracks from important female artists for right now. El Perro del Mar's new song 'Life is full of rewards' is a poignant warmup into this month's brilliant songs, here to provide some pleasure as we welcome the arrival of spring.
Patter Playlist 11 — Feeling it AllJan-2021
Our monthly playlist of important female artists and their songs for right now. Swedish artist El Perro del Mar is a soothing tonic, ‘Queen of Canto-pop’ Faye Wong's 90s album Eco Pack, and nostalgic beats from Foxy Brown.
Things to Go-See — 3 Exhibitions that CheerJan-2021
With no fixed re-opening date for galleries, we bookmark three exhibitions recommended to lift your mood and wake your brain.
A Thank You Letter to Cold Water SwimmingJan-2021
Laura Bradley offers a personal account of the benefits of cold water swimming and some expert tips on how to start.
Patter Playlist — 10Jan-2021
Our monthly playlist of important female artists and their songs for right now. Majja's majestic Bobby Womack sample is both soothing and progressive. Pseudonymous British collective SAULT are lovingly on repeat, their album (of the year) is well worth a moment of exploration.