Some may be familiar with King’s Dilemma, a political problem-solving legacy board game, but you may not be aware that the original creators of King’s Dilemma, have released some… sequels? Spin-offs?
While experiencing ‘Words from the Wild’, I was lucky enough to interview one of the featured poets and curators, Briony Hughes. She taught me about the curation process, inspiration for writing, and the actual construction of some poems.
On the 28th of December, I attended the Marina Abramovic Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Abramovic is a Serbian artist to focuses on the relationship between performer and audience.
‘Dear England’ playfully highlights the journey of finding and expressing your emotions, speaking directly to the nation and queries how we can better ourselves and begin to share our innermost thoughts and fears.
Eight years after the original series came to a close, we once again enter the cinema into the dystopian world of Panem, but this time, into the dark, war-torn, near wasteland of the Capitol in its ‘dark days’: The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.
Insanity Radio’s Music Team brings you a selection of up-and-coming artists who we believe are ‘ones to watch’ next year. Spotlighting our favourites, from a variety of genres, we hope that we can help you discover your next new favourite artist.
Spotlighting the best album releases of 2023 and hitting play on some of our old favourites, Insanity Radio’s Music Team celebrates the albums that we’ve had on loop this year.
Fashion holds the remarkable power to make us feel like we hold power, and I was reminded of this as I wandered through the display rooms of the Gabrielle Chanel: Fashion Manifesto (2023) exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Insanity Introducing… Zoe Wees. Insanity Radio’s Head of Music, Lottie Macro, caught up with Zoe Wees to chat about her debut album and the transformative power of writing music about vulnerability and self-expression.
Bob Vylan delivers an electric performance at the O2 Forum in Kentish Town, with support from up-and-coming artists, Panic Shack and Kid Bookie.
‘Killers of The Flower Moon’ is Scorsese’s longest project since his drama/documentary ‘My Voyage to Italy’ (1999) which is just over 4 hours long. Killers of The Flower Moon retells the story of ‘The Reign of Terror’, a series of 60 murders committed against the Osage Nation, a federally recognised government, and a Native American tribe.
Released in April of this year, Seaforth, the first single from the album, perfectly captures the mood of the album in four minutes.