Clancy Walker celebrates one of her favourite films The Princess Bride, just in time for an outdoor screening at Leeds Dock… INCONCEIVABLE!
Bask in the warm glow of South Asian Arts summer school – pick up and instrument and you could be on the next playlist!
Maria Spadafora winds the tape back with a punk rock pencil to present this epic mixtape of past mixtapes. Check out the insert artwork! *swoon*
A playlist to accompany Minicine’s screening of the low-budget indie documentary Billy The Kid next week.
Leeds Book Club’s Avid Reader recalls her years growing up in Zimbabwe for this personal playlist ‘Cry The Beloved Country – A Portrait of South Africa in Songs’
For her take on the Growing Up theme, Penny takes us back to the her vinyl loving teenage years in the mid-nineties. These are the bands that made her want to be in a band – inspiring stuff!
You can’t call yourself a grown up til you’ve had your heartbroken, and made a mixtape about it.
Dave Smith – Northern Soul, Ska, Rocksteady and Reggae DJ & Radio Presenter, shares the music, fashion and places he grew up with from the late 70s to the mid 90s. Look sharp Leeds!
The lovely Lindsay has taken two popular themes and created a super-theme of her own! Celebrating female characters from film who have left a lasting impression… careful, it’s catchy!
Does music get any more memorable than the tracks from your teenage years? Katie Buffalo talks us through the songs that gave her angst as a teen growing up in America. She’s mightily chipper nowadays by the way… LOVE this theme!