Jack Kavanagh and Gigi Hadid walk across the stage and take their places at the podium to scattered applause from both audience members
Hello and welcome to the first annual Culture Hash Awards for outstanding boobery in the world of entertainment in 2016; the show where the awards are made up and the winners don’t matter. I am joined by my lovely co-host Gigi Hadid.
Thanks for having me, it’s great to be here! I haven’t seen this many yellow faces since the great Jaundice epidemic of ’98! Continue reading →
Welcome to part 2 of the extremely unauthorised biography of Craig David. In part one we looked at the apex as our hero became the breakout star of Garage era, sold a lot of albums and was effectively ruined by Bo Selecta. Somehow I managed to turn that sentence into 2,500 words. Watch me do something similar in part two! Continue reading →
Re-Rewinding the glory days of the Garage Godfather
Welcome to Culture Hash’s Garage month. We started with a much-belated review of Years and Years’ debut album, Communion, which showed the 2015 interpretation of the UK Garage genre, creatively titled “Future Garage”.
Now is the time to look back to the original genre and its most recognisable artist, Craig Ashely David. We are going to examine the fascinating career trajectory of a man who didn’t let the fact he has three first names hold him back.
Our journey will see him as a teenage prodigy, pop star, laughing stock and wash up. David now is in the midst of an improbable comeback; remarkably he’s only 35. Join me on this journey as Culture Hash presents the unauthorised biography of Craig David, part I. Continue reading →
Years and Years are a three-piece band from London. Though loosely defined as electronic, their music often strays into garage or dance territory. They wear their influences on their sleeve and are from the emerging wave of artists who take cues from the music of the 1990s. Which is sad, because it means that we are far enough removed from the decade that people are beginning to recycle its hallmarks. Continue reading →