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Zombies, meat and non-legue feet
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Three little pigs went to market and brought home…some more pigs.
Our team here at ‘cene is growing. If you were fortunate enough to have been at any of the Kent festivals (seriously, pick any of them, we were there) this summer, then you would have seen all sorts of little ‘cene bods running around. Some will have had cameras, some with notepads and pens, and some just a look of bewilderment about what just happened backstage with the Libertines.
You can check out our adventures on video@ our social media channels and through our website – you won’t be disappointed.
Now, that’s the housekeeping done, let’s get on with wiping the floor with winter.
You might be tempted to hibernate during the colder months, but don’t, the businesses of Kent need you. There is loads of stuff going on, you just have to keep the feelings of the sunshine alive in your mind’s eye, knuckle down, and get stuck in. The plethora of gigs being lined up for Christmas is eye watering and early 2019 is shaping up to be a cracking quarter of creativity – check out our That’s Entertainment section for a few ideas.
But for now, get your grill into this issue.
We talk crashing comets with Mic Righteous, burying silks with Maison Magenta and the F-word with DJ Harriet Jaxxon.
We talk to a bloke who is Not Quite Dead and another who’s obsessed with meat.
There’s the rise of non-league football and the fierce new gig venue/vinyl store in Margate.
Beards, New York, TedX and some Ethiopian style art. You lucky lot.
P.S. We are still Kent Magazine of the Year