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SXSW Day 1: Arrival

First day of our SXSW coverage, lots of Whiskey, a lack of time and loads of bands including This Will Destroy You, Craft Spells, Band of Skulls, Magnetix and Blondes

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FailureOne is MadGods and PureFilth.

FailureOne is a graffiti artist/designer/photographer/zine maker/all round super person coming straight outta Austin. We had a chat with him about all the usuals, and some more.

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Mint Magazine Podcast #2: Close Encounters of the Heard Kind

This week we shoot the breeze about the evil forces of Lana Del Ray, the death of the CD and Skins (the TV show). There is also some great music…

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Nick Jensen.

Skateboarding and art have a history of going hand in hand, starting off with the rad skulls and flames on early boards (the sort of designs that have been done…

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5 Reasons to (re)Read Portnoy’s Complaint

Recently the American writer Philip Roth announced he was quitting literature. We look back over his neurotic, sacrilegious and puerile 1969 novel, Portnoy's Complaint.