Posts by Jake Hall (@jake2103)

Here, There, Everywhere

A non-definitive, gloriously messy map of people and parties that have made things move across 50 years of British LGBTQIA+ history, created by Crack Magazine, Queer Britain and Levi’s.

Fever Ray, Field Day 2018 © Tom Ham

Viral rap stars and avant-garde pioneers: Field Day 2018 reviewed

Brockwell Park, London 1 June
© Burak Cingi

SOPHIE: Dystopian rave converges with electronic ballads at London’s Heaven

Heaven, London 13 March
© Ninja Hanna

Drag Queens and Murder Scenes: Fever Ray’s Top 10 Visual Moments

Jake Hall guides us through the back catalogue of Karin Dreijer’s daringly provocative, utterly NSFW music videos


Ephorize Self-released
tyler the creator

Tyler, the Creator’s ‘coming out’ proves the media has a problem with the complexities of queer experience

Jake Hall assesses the response of the mainstream music press after lyrics on a leaked Tyler, the Creator track prompted speculation around his sexuality

Turning Points: Big Freedia

With a reality series, high profile court case and world record in twerking under her belt, the bounce icon has some stories to tell

Perfume Genius

No Shape Matador
David Hockney – Life Painting for a Diploma © Yageo Foundation

Tate Britain’s landmark survey of queer British art is a hymn to resistance

Jake Hall speaks with Clare Barlow, the curator of Queer British Art 1861-1967

Mykki Blanco

Mykki !K7

Sebastiaan Pieter: Subtle Subversion

The emerging designer’s PIETER label weaves subversive inspirations into everyday pieces. Jake Hall examines his progressive menswear


Alongside our extensive styled shoot, the emerging singer-songwriter talks supporting young designers and her poptimist outlook

Christopher Shannon:
Passion Before Profit

Hailed on more than one occasion as menswear’s “working class hero”, Christopher Shannon’s CV reads like a dream