Friday, July 28, 2017
The Ekwulekwu Monologues

The Ekwulekwu Monologues: CRAMPING

The Ekwulekwu Monologues: CRAMPING This thing will not kill me in Jesus name ooooo. At all, at all... Oh my Gooooood! Where is Nkem and...
THE ART OF JOHN MADU

THE ART OF JOHN MADU: BEAUTY, MORPHOGENESIS, AND METAPHOR

‘Beauty is a problem for poetry because we no longer imagine beauty as a serious way of knowing,’ writes Associate Professor Lisa Samuels of...
Asikey’s Earth Attack

Notes on Asikey’s Earth Attack

Notes on Asikey’s Earth Attack Pendulum Records recording artiste Asikey George recently released "Earth Attack" a single from her forthcoming EP titled Human. As a...
Nollywood After TIFF

Nollywood After TIFF 2016: What Next?

Hello World! Welcome to the second edition of #SafeHouse Sessions podcast as hosted by Emil Biobelemoye Hirai-Garuba. This episode's topic: "Nollywood After TIFF 2016: What...
Posi Ayalo (The Hired Coffin)

Posi Ayalo (The Hired Coffin)

Posi Ayalo (The Hired Coffin) by James Ogunjimi Ayanfe, sun re o (bi o tile je wipe iku re fi mi si inu idaamu nla)....
Safe House Sessions

Safe House Sessions: AmaraChik’s ‘If I Am The Government’

SafeHouse Sessions is a podcast where a couple of Nigerian film enthusiasts discuss movies, art, and entertainment in general. On the debut episode Host...
Oyin Oludipe

THE SWALLOWS – AND THE GAMBLE OF REBIRTH

These two months gone, I have observed that poetry can invert itself to be an emotional hallucinogen; that it can, sometimes, betray its very...
Bracket

Album Review: Lives in Bracket’s Alive

Album Review: Lives in Bracket’s Alive  Bracket From the moment an artiste takes the decision to work on an album or collect existing hit singles...
Tiwa Savage

Album Review: Notes on Tiwa Savage’s RED

Album Review: Notes on Tiwa Savage’s RED Tiwa Savage’s second studio album RED was released in 2015, two years after her debut. The album title...
J. Martins’ Authentic & the Question of Authenticity

Album Review: J. Martins’ Authentic & the Question of Authenticity

Album Review: J. Martins’ Authentic & the Question of Authenticity by Echezonachukwu Nduka   Martins may well be one of the few Nigerian musicians who experiment...
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