Author Archives: elizafrost

Should we become friends with our ghosts?

Originally featured here on Polyester Zine.  Boo it’s a ghost, and not even a cute Casper-like cartoon ghost we know and love, I’m talking about the ghosts in your closet. And tbh, however much we wish they would stay there, this

Should we become friends with our ghosts?

Originally featured here on Polyester Zine.  Boo it’s a ghost, and not even a cute Casper-like cartoon ghost we know and love, I’m talking about the ghosts in your closet. And tbh, however much we wish they would stay there, this

Everyone wants to be best friends with Hinds

Originally featured here on tmrw.  Waking up from a Hinds hangover is like no other, and there is no other like Hinds. This Spanish rock band know how to party, know how to make music, and definitely know how to make

Everyone wants to be best friends with Hinds

Originally featured here on tmrw.  Waking up from a Hinds hangover is like no other, and there is no other like Hinds. This Spanish rock band know how to party, know how to make music, and definitely know how to make

Ellie Ramsden interview: “Grime isn’t dead”

Originally featured here on tmrw.  Exploring and explaining the grime scene is Ellie Ramsden. the 23-year-old photographer’s project ‘Too Many Man’ investigates why the grime scene is so mostly male-dominated, told through the eyes of the disproportionate amount of women

Ellie Ramsden interview: “Grime isn’t dead”

Originally featured here on tmrw.  Exploring and explaining the grime scene is Ellie Ramsden. the 23-year-old photographer’s project ‘Too Many Man’ investigates why the grime scene is so mostly male-dominated, told through the eyes of the disproportionate amount of women

Do you remember the first time a magazine changed your life?

Originally featured here on tmrw. As a tweenager I bought Mizz religiously, I saved my pocket money to buy Smash Hits, NME and Kerrang! The latter was during my non-ironic tie-wearing phase when I thought I was Avril phase, which

Do you remember the first time a magazine changed your life?

Originally featured here on tmrw. As a tweenager I bought Mizz religiously, I saved my pocket money to buy Smash Hits, NME and Kerrang! The latter was during my non-ironic tie-wearing phase when I thought I was Avril phase, which

Why Love Island represents our unwavering need for true love

Originally featured here on tmrw.   the time has come. a huge date in our annual calendar. we’ve done the necessary preparations, brought in the right equipment, prepped ourselves for every possible outcome and we’re ready for it. we really

Why Love Island represents our unwavering need for true love

Originally featured here on tmrw.   the time has come. a huge date in our annual calendar. we’ve done the necessary preparations, brought in the right equipment, prepped ourselves for every possible outcome and we’re ready for it. we really

Cullen Omori interview: “Is EDM the new British invasion? I hope not. I hope Calvin Harris isn’t a critical darling in thirty years”

Originally featured here on Clash.  Images by Rachel Lipstitz  “I was trying to rush to get this record done. I wanted it to come out like early this year, but I had a couple setbacks…” Cullen Omori begins endearingly rambling

Cullen Omori interview: “Is EDM the new British invasion? I hope not. I hope Calvin Harris isn’t a critical darling in thirty years”

Originally featured here on Clash.  Images by Rachel Lipstitz  “I was trying to rush to get this record done. I wanted it to come out like early this year, but I had a couple setbacks…” Cullen Omori begins endearingly rambling

Are we more sober than we were three years ago?

Originally featured here on Foundry Fox.  Us millennials, that’s anyone born between 1981 and 1996, are stereotypically bracketed into a generation who date online, live online, binge drink and do outrageous things just for Instagram likes and social validation. If

Are we more sober than we were three years ago?

Originally featured here on Foundry Fox.  Us millennials, that’s anyone born between 1981 and 1996, are stereotypically bracketed into a generation who date online, live online, binge drink and do outrageous things just for Instagram likes and social validation. If