Last week, Theobalds Cap Co presented Thesis 001 featuring Jake Bidmead. We caught up with the man behind the lens, Henry Edwards-Wood (a.k.a @holdtighthenry) and ended up inside his mind in a truly in-depth interview.
Arnaud Bernard’s Chinoiseries album ensured his stage name, ONRA, was etched into the history books forever. Receiving many an accolade, the French beatmaker, naturally alongside his trusty MPC, is soon to return with Chinoiseries Pt. 3, the anticipated finale to the trilogy that has garnered such positive reviews. Looking deeper though, I was keen to discuss ONRA’s story, what Chinoiseries means for him and discover what he thinks of the current state of music.
My geographical knowledge of anything west of Bournemouth is pretty limited, which resulted in me confusing Newquay for Torquay and arriving at Boardmasters Festival a day late. Turns out Newquay is actually about three hours West of Torquay, who knew! England just keeps on going West for fucking ages, why did I never know this…
I went down to Leefest (you know that festival from that Android advert?) the other week, not really knowing many of the bands playing, but still hyped as it had pretty complimentary reviews from previous years. Then, days before heading down I saw Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes were announced as
BREAKS Issue 1 cover star, Lucien Clarke, talks about the importance of family over everything. Watch the full film right here.
A couple of weekends ago, thousands descended on Birmingham’s Digbeth Triangle for the 3rd edition of MADE Birmingham. The award nominated event series ran from Friday to Sunday with an eclectic mix of music and food programming, bringing the likes of Rudimental, Stormzy, Kano, Andy C, Shy FX
With close to nine years regular rotation on Rinse FM, a regular show on NTS and being one of the most eclectic, accomplished DJ’s of our time Alex Rogers, known to most as Alexander Nut, is no stranger to a busy schedule. However, sitting down with the Eglo Records co-founder ahead of his set at
We spoke to Charlie from A.IN.T in one of our most insightful interviews to date. He went in on the recent changes in Soho, Paul Raymond's Granddaughters, working with Tom Beard and a whole lot more.
The 20 deep Salad Days skate crew head out to Barcelona for that good life.
Our intrepid reporter Marcel stepped into the world of Danish techno, DIY sound systems and sleepless nights at Roskilde Festival.
Tens have opened their first retail space in Covent Garden, London, with a little help from Breaks along the way.
Masafumi Watanabe, best known as the founder of Bedwin & The Heartbreakers teamed up with the surf heads over at Reef to put together a second capsule collection, M.W x Reef. We spoke to the Japanese designer to find out more and tried out some select pieces from the collection for good measure.
We caught up with Dave and Sean at the book’s European launch party to talk about deliberately bad cover design, the upcoming Big Brother documentary, and what it was like for a bunch of depraved man-children to work in the offices of a porn empire.
We got stuck on a Eurostar train for over nine hours, resulting in a journey from London to Paris which took eighteen hours. Making the the best of a bad situation, we drank all the booze on board, took some photos and wrote these words.
We test out some Impossible Project film in and around Breaks HQ.
We had a pint with Manhead, stuck a camera in his face and grilled him with our regular list of Top 5's.