In today’s At Home With we catch up with Relentless.
Our friends from Relentless are back with some brand new picks to get stuck into.
Their selection includes music from 1985, two hot London based events, and a short film from Julianknxx.
Keep Hush continue to break boundaries. Hot off the heels of their ‘Don’t Keep Hush’ campaign around mental health, the gang have just hosted their first ever live stream in the southern hemisphere. They collaborated for the third time with 1985, this time in New Zealand! To celebrate, here’s a throwback to the first ever 1985 takeover with this set from Alix Perez.
Our mates at Rinse are known for their legendary parties every summer, this year they’ve got the whole gang booked for a blowout party at the Cause in Tottenham. Obviously, this one sold out pretty quickly so good for you if you snapped up a ticket. Not to worry if you didn’t though, their Dalston Roof Park parties are happening every week in July and August so you have plenty of opportunities to get active.
The Tate has enlisted five young artists for a new series of street murals around Bankside. The pieces are a response to lockdown and the youth experience and will be on display until at least 2022. Artists involved include Hannah Hill, Sharon Walters, Dreph, Koby Martin and Megan Visser.
Poet Julianknxx has teamed up to with WeTransfer to produce this stunning short film. According to its official write up the film “is a metaphysical exploration of breath, filmed in lockdown 2020 in the Barbican Conservatory.” and “is about exploring the fullness of our lives through our bodies.”
NTS are on the hunt for new residents to take over the airwaves. The independent radio station is famed for its eclectic mix of sounds and are looking for specialists in the above genres. Definitely not an opportunity to be missed.