Oli Marlow (Sonic Router/fabric)
17 January 2011
Oli Marlow is one of those people who wholeheartedly (and successfully) throws himself into countless pursuits. Head of Press for London super club fabric, founder of Sonic Router, journalist and beatmaker (to name but a few), it’s all for the love. Brainer caught up with the Londoner to talk journalism, the music industry, and what particular toiletries A-Trak has a proclivity for.
Terence Teh (Earnest Endeavours/Protein)
19 October 2010
Amongst many other things, Terence Teh is a journalist for Dazed & Confused and AnOther, Head of Production at London creative agency Protein, a video producer for the likes of N.A.S.A. and, more recently, record label owner and magazine editor-in-chief. Could the man be any more lazy? Brainer caught up with the jack of all trades to discuss, well, EVERYTHING.
George Macdonald & Greg Beer (VNA)
9 March 2010
Based in London, Very Nearly Almost (VNA) is one of the world’s premier street art and graffiti magazines. Now in its fourth year, editor George and art director Greg continue to pack each issue with the best in coverage, interviews and features. Beautifully printed on paper that not only feels, but smells good, VNA lovingly documents the globe’s ever-changing street art scene. Brainer caught up with the two 31 year-olds to get some insight.
Tim Noakes (Dazed & Confused)
14 December 2009
Tim Noakes is Deputy Editor of internationally renowned style and culture magazine Dazed & Confused. Brainer jumped on the 31 year-old to grill him for this month’s Creative Insight.
Alex Robinson (One-Handed)
23 September 2009
Hyper-productive Alex Robinson is European Label Manager for heavyweight record company Stones Throw, as well as the founder and general dogsbody of his own label: One-Handed Music. Living and working in London, the 29 year-old has also lately been involved with supervising the music for Penny Woolcock’s controversial Birmingham-based gang film 1 Day. Music; his girlfriend, friends and family; work (most of the time); and running make him happy. And puns.