IN-EDIT Team Selections: Rania Mouzakiti

19th July 2020FANZINE
Film and music are LIFE. I wrote two theses on the relationship of music and film and I still remember Carla approaching me when she found out about my research and thought I would be a great addition to the In-Edit team. For the first two editions, I was in charge of organizing the Industry [...]

5 Best Guitar Duos of All Time

29th June 2020FANZINE
Mike Figgis' documentary Ronnie Wood: Somebody Up There Likes Me follows one of Rock n' Roll's most prolific guitarists as an intimate story of  music and art.   On the cutting edge for over 5 decades, Ronnie Wood may best be known as one-half of one of the best guitar duos of all time (with, [...]

IN-EDIT Team Selections: Almu Tabernero

31st May 2020FANZINE
My name is Almu Tabernero and I left Spain 6 years ago to live in the inspiring city of Amsterdam. At IN-EDIT, I am in charge of the Online Team and the Visual Content Creation.   When I am not busy creating our content, I work as a filmmaker and photographer. My dream is to [...]

IN-EDIT Team Selections: Steve Rickinson

22nd May 2020FANZINE
A first-year volunteer at IN-EDIT, I am also the new coordinator of the Dutch edition's Fanzine.   What a first-year it has been, am I right? Not only has the pandemic caused changes and postponements for us, but I have also relocated across the continent right in the midst of it all. After spending 6 [...]

IN-EDIT Team Selections: Christianna Tsigkou

17th May 2020FANZINE
A proud member of the production team, these last two months would have been my busiest if not for the pandemic outburst and postponing of our festival.   My role is essentially making sure everything runs smoothly at all times and that guests and audiences are always happy. I started as a volunteer in the [...]

10 Music Documentaries on Liberation

3rd May 2020FANZINE
Here in the Netherlands, May 5 sees the public Liberation Day holiday (Bevrijdingsdag), where the country comes together in marking the end of its Nazi occupation during World War 2. Preceding Liberation Day comes the equally reflective Remembrance of the Dead (Dodenherdenking), which remembers all those who have died in conflicts since the end of [...]

#IRockAtHome: Stream Concerts, Films, Music & More

19th March 2020FANZINE
In the spirit of actively urging people to stay home, we want to introduce #IRockAtHome: an IN-EDIT online initiative with suggestions for live concerts, movies, and more! Follow the hashtag to get your IN-EDIT fix, while in your PJs! Do YOU have any suggestions for time well-spent indoors or do you want to show us [...]

5 Artists Using Artificial Intelligence To Make Music

16th March 2020FANZINE
Since the beginning of musical performance, artists have pushed the boundaries of its capabilities. From "plugging in" guitars to digital DJing, such innovations in technology and performance are the lifeblood of musical evolution.     These days, this space lies at the intersection between music, performance, artificial intelligence and machine learning. Such technology is able [...]

The Power Of Music – Rock Against Racism

9th March 2020FANZINE
A pivotal story within the history of British music, that is often forgotten or unknown, was the rise of punk rock against racism. This included the founding of Rock Against Racism (RAR), a movement that formed in the late 70s in response to the alarming increased support for the Neo-Nazi National Front. Violent racist attacks [...]

Reinventing New Order: A review on Decades

22nd February 2020FANZINE
"What this project is, it's not about nostalgia, we are trying to work at what can be done now. We're trying not to look backwards, I think." Liam Gillick, artist of the “So It Goes” New Order show.   This phrase can probably be applied to the whole “New Order: Decades” documentary. Although there’s a [...]