Monthly Archives: April 2012


DON – A Magazine in 24 Hours

June 26, 2012

Starting at 9am on June 9 we began the task of making a magazine in twenty four hours. The brief of the project was to explore an area of Sheffield called the Upper Don Valley. Finally, we now have the finished product back from print.


Article Monoplex #5: Straight 8

June 13, 2012

When does an obsolete format reach its peak of coolness? Does the speed at which recently deceased formats come back now mean we are in danger of reviving the technology we currently use as an ironic joke? Is that even possible? If it is, does that mean we will readopt every format that has been rejected? Are you ever gonna buy minidisks again? I don’t think so.


Article Monoplex #4: the Punk Syndrome

June 8, 2012

Our headline documentary – the Punk Syndrome tells the story of four Finnish punks with learning difficulties and a band: Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät.


Bill Drummond interview

June 6, 2012

The first of 25 final ever interviews with former KLF frontman, writer and artist Bill Drummond.


Article Monoplex #3: Grandma Lo-fi: The Basement Tapes of Sigrídur Níelsdóttir

June 6, 2012

Grandma Lo Fi tells the story of one Iceland’s most intriguing artists, an septuagenarian synth pop queen, whose private music has only recently been discovered.


Article Monoplex #2: Halo Halo Interviewed

June 3, 2012

An interview with Halo Halo, purveyor’s of cacophonus deconstructed indie pop and one of three bands playing in this year’s Article Monoplex.


Article Monoplex #1: We Are Legion The Story of the Hacktivists

June 1, 2012

Our first post looking at the films being shown at the Article Monoplex as part of this year’s Sheffield Doc Fest. We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists looks at the rise of political activism on the internet.