IWM People Power

People Power: Fighting for Peace

IWM Historian Matt Brosnan gives an overview of the new exhibition Throughout its history, IWM has explored war and conflict since 1914 from all angles. So it seems appropriate that… Read more

Ten 4AD albums everyone should own

In celebration of the recent Wolfgang Tillmans’ compilation of seminal ‘80s band Colourbox we thought we’d put together a list of our favourite 4AD albums. No easy task, 4AD is… Read more

Faber Social present: David Keenan on music and memory

Faber Social is the unerringly cool arm of London’s Faber & Faber publishing house. Over the coming months we will be featuring exclusive essays, extracts and articles from some of… Read more

Adrift – making cosmic music

Adrift is an engaging marriage of art and science that takes place online, in exhibitions, in the space around the Earth and in this evocative video. The merging of art… Read more

Imperial War Museum – Real to Reel: A Century of War Movies

Laura Clouting, Historian and curator of Imperial War Museum London’s latest exhibition Real to Reel: A Century of War Movies talks about the emotional and educational experiences associated with museum… Read more

Sir Kenneth Grange – the man who changed loudspeaker design forever

Bowers & Wilkins is 50 years old in 2016. As part of the celebrations of these five decades in the world of high-performance audio, we are running a series of… Read more

Production Notes from Slowly Rolling Camera – London

Members of Slowly Rolling Camera Discuss the Creative Process of Songwriting and Production Dave Stapleton, keyboard player and composer with Slowly Rolling Camera, formed the band in 2013 and their… Read more

Faber Social present: the sonic world according to Alan Warner

Faber Social is the unerringly cool arm of London’s Faber & Faber publishing house. Over the coming months we will be featuring exclusive essays, extracts and articles from some of… Read more

Production notes: Der Klang Der Offenbarung Des Göttlichen

Sigur Ros keyboardist Kjartan Sveinsson left the legendary Icelandic band after 15 years, with a desire to pursue his own personal projects. This is his first solo album – the… Read more