9x9 the wild

9×9: Eleanor Hardwick

by: Kacie Tomita

NIne words and nine images from photographer Eleanor Hardwick.

Tags: 9x9, eleanor hardwick, England, illustration, photography, The Wild Magazine

Real Brash Therapy with Eagulls

by: Hillary Sproul

Unapproachable punk kids?

Tags: eagulls, England, george mitchell, henry ruddell, Hillary Sproul, Joe Jagos, leeds, liam matthews, music, partisan records, post punk
CeCe interview WILD music

WILD Profile: CeCe, Someone Else’s Happiness

by: Blaine Skrainka

Who: CeCe Where she was born: in a small village in Surrey, England Where she lives now: Not too far away, in Hampshire What she does: I write songs and sing them. What she’s been […]

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, CeCe, England, Fleetwood Mac, Françoise Hardy, Interviews, Jeff Buckley, Jetta, Joni Mitchell, Lana Del Rey, music, Surrey, The Wild Magazine, UK
Fire fighters tackle a large blaze at a recycling centre in Smethwick

Hell On Earth

by: The WILD

West Midlands Fire Service/Handout/Reuters A massive fire engulfs a recycling center in Smethwick, England. Upwards of 200 firefighters were sent to battle the blaze.   Read more here

Tags: England, photography, Picture of the day, Smethwick, The Wild Magazine, West Midlands Fire Service
Mishka Henner's "Beef and Oil" WILD mag arts

Mishka Henner’s “Beef and Oil”

by: Emily Kirkpatrick

Mishka Henner is a Belgium-born, Manchester-based artist who merges his passion for photography with the internet to create original works of art. Henner appropriates images from Google Earth, Google Street View and YouTube, juxtaposing them to […]

Tags: Beef and Oil, Belgium, Collected Portraits, Dutch Landscapes, Emily Kirkpatrick, England, Fifty-One Military Outposts, Google Earth, Google Street View, Mishka Henner, No Man's Land, Photography Is, print on demand, VICE, YouTube
Strike A Pose Trim James Blake WILD mag music

Strike A Pose

by: Joseph Johnson

Fans of James Blake’s solo work will be familiar with his stripped down production, heavy basslines and delicate vocals on tracks like “Limit To Your Love,” or “Unluck.” Many people admire Blake’s experimentalism and the […]

Tags: Confidence Boost, D'Angelo, dubstep, effects, electronic, England, grime, Harmonimix, James Blake, Joseph Johnson, Lil Wayne, music, Outkast, production, rapper, Remix, review, Rollo Jackson, strike a pose, synthesisers, The Wild Magazine, Trim, Trimbal, UK, UK Bass, video
Banksy London 2012

Let the Games Begin!

by: Joseph Johnson

The London 2012 Olympic Games are upon us and to celebrate, British street art rapscallion, Banksy has blessed the English capital with two new pieces of slightly politically-charged art. The artist revealed the works on […]

Tags: 2012, ART, Banksy, England, Graffiti, Joseph Johnson, London, Olympic Games, Olympics, Politics, street art, The Wild Magazine, UK
No Church in The WILD

No Church in the Wild

by: Joseph Johnson

“No Church In The Wild” is most definitely one of the more contemplative tracks on Jay-Z and Kanye West’s sensational Watch The Throne album. It didn’t necessarily have the immediate commercial impact that tracks like […]

Tags: anger, brutality, controversy, drugs, England, Frank Ocean, gangs, Hip-Hop, Jay-Z, Joseph Johnson, Justice, Kanye West, M.I.A, mob, music, OFWGKTA, Paris, police, religion, riots, Romain Gavras, The Wild Magazine, video, violence, youths
Masta Ace Wild Mag

Words From A Masta

by: Joseph Johnson

The city of Derby in England is not exactly a hip-hop Mecca, but on Monday night legendary New York emcee, Masta Ace, braved the cold wind and the pouring rain to perform an intimate show to […]

Tags: Bronx, Brooklyn, Derby, DOOM, emcee, Eminem, England, Hip-Hop, influences, interview, Joseph Johnson, Marco Polo, Masta Ace, MF Doom, New York, rapper, Stricklin, Technology, The Wild Magazine, tour, Twitter, Wordsworth
Fashion from the Titanic

Lucile: Fashion Designer, Titanic Survivor

by: Andrea Lo

For all the media coverage on the 100th anniversary of the Titanic tragedy over the past week, it is surprising that many publications have failed to draw attention to Lady Lucile Duff-Gordon, a noteworthy survivor […]

Tags: Andrea Lo, Cecil Beaton, England, Fashion, Haute Couture, Lucile Duff-Gordon, The Bowes Museum, The Wild Magazine, Titanic, Titanic Survivor”, “Lucile: Fashion Designer