Editorial

It’s always a joy to come back into print after our online-only summer break in July and August. It feels like returning home. We love the web, but this is where we belong. We’re running a larger mag as well, which means we’ve crammed in even more than usual.

Top of the must-read list has to be Max Munday’s interview with Jeremy Corbyn. It’s refreshing to get his views directly from the man himself, rather than through the myriad filters applied to his every word in the last few months.

We also spoke to Warp Records’ Lonelady ahead of her gig supporting Factory Floor at Abbeydale Picture House on 2 October as part of Sensoria Festival. Plenty more good stuff happening between 25 September and 3 October, all listed at sensoria.org.uk.

Art comes courtesy of local painter Jo Peel. I spoke to her about her exhibition at Millennium Gallery, which runs until 11 October.

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Mix from Big Al of Squire of Gothos and Temple of Coke fame this month, the Yorkshire Youtube Ripper. Don’t forget, you can hear all of our past mixes on our Mixcloud page.

Sam