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Creating the cult of Night Lovell

For Issue 006 Eric Davidson spoke to Ontario native Night Lovell about creating music that stands the test of time. With Photography from Faolan Carey taken in Dublin before his show in The Academy.

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Aminé has his own metric of success

“I want to be known for my music and anything creative I put out,” this is the answer to the first question put to Aminé as he sits opposite, hood up and slightly slumped in a chair, tired from the previous night’s show in Glasgow and the subsequent six-hour ferry from Scotland to Dublin. Hannah O'Connell interviews the Portland artist for the cover of Issue 006.

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Saba is re-learning to smile after grief

For Issue 006, Dean Van Nguyen had a in-depth conversation with one of Chicago's brightest lights in rap Saba about life after death, with photography by Greg Purcell taken in Dublin city.

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Lava La Rue is leading a charge for positive change

In the first interview to be published online from Issue 006, rising London rapper, vocalist, producer and founder of NiNE8 Collective discusses the pressure of creativity & using her artistry to inspire social change.

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Matty Matheson: “Everyone’s got a fucking story, it’s just some people are better at telling it than others”

Canada's Matty Matheson has become one of the most iconic and likeable chefs on the globe through his work in restaurants and appearances on Vice's Munchies and hosting Viceland's It's Suppertime and Dead Set on Life. He was in Dublin a few months ago promoting his book and Craig Connolly caught up with him for a chat, with photography by George Voronov.

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