Artwork: “Yannis Philippakis” by Emily Perrin

Yannis Philippakis

I found myself getting back in to Foals around January time this year, and have spent numerous hours watching and re-watching the Holy Fire live at The Royal Albert Hall DVD since I bought it last month. So, clearly, my latest drawing had to be of Yannis Philippakis. I liked

Artwork: “Tom Smith” by Natalia Kasprzyk

Tom Smith

After seeing amazing Editors live three times in just 4 months in both festival and club settings, my longtime dream finally came true to meet these wonderful people. Just a few minutes of talking made me feel inspired to draw one of the nicest people I've ever met. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQQ2gTkV-GM Natalia Kasprzyk |

Artwork: “Rae Morris” by Emily Perrin

Rae Morris

This drawing came about as I've recently completely fallen in love with Rae Morris and her beautiful music. It took such a long time to draw her hair, but I'm really pleased with the result! Rae herself has actually seen the drawing too, which makes all the time spent on

Artwork: “Jack Steadman” by Emily Perrin

Jack Steadman

I chose to draw Jack Steadman as a result of beginning to listen to Bombay Bicycle Club a lot more than usual at the end of 2013, combined with the hype for their new album beginning to reach out across the internet and appear on my Tumblr dashboard. He has

“Dave Grohl”

Nat's most recent piece of artwork is stunning. Dave Grohl from Foo Fighters! For more artwork of Dave, click here. Alicia Atout

Gimme Your Answers: An Interview w/ Mystery Jets

Mystery Jets are one of those bands who can give fans a sense of belonging. Growing up, they were my favourite band, and that fact hasn’t changed in the past eight years. Mystery Jets are to be admired for their flawless songwriting talents and endless amount of musical genius which

Gimme Your Answers 2: An Interview w/ ∆ (Alt-J)

The British, Alt-J, are like nothing else. Honestly, you’ve heard nothing like them before, unless you’ve listened to the four piece make a magical collage of classical Gregorian chant, hip hop drum beats and prehistoric melodies on stage. We sat down with Gwil before their show at the Commadore Ballroom

Round Two! “Andy Ridley” from TRANSFER

Inspired from seeing TRANSFER in concert last Sunday, Nat sketched up this brilliant piece of Andy Ridley! For an interview with TRANSFER, click here. And to find out their Five Favourite Gigs, click here! ARTWORK: Matthew One // Matthew Two //Andy // Full-Band // Alicia Atout

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