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Issue 113 August 2017

This is our third and final online issue for 2017. We’re back in print next month and every month until the New Year.

We’re pleased to have the accomplished digital illustrations of Nikita Kaun decorating our pages, as well as great pieces on Basic Income, Devolution and Progressive Politics, plus interviews with local electronic duo Animat and the Audacious Art Experiment, and plenty of Tramlines reviews from our cohort of music lovers.

We hope to have a resource for new writers online by next month, which will give some tips about submitting writing to Now Then for the first time, but feel free to get in touch with me in the meantime if you have something to say.

This month's articles

Devolution: Where Did It Go?

What has happened to the devolution deal for Sheffield City Region? The four main Metro Councils made a decision, at their meeting on 17…

Progressive Politics: New Connections

Access any media, social or otherwise, and you find endless material on the ‘zeitgeist’. It’s politics, Jim, but not as we know it. Well,…

Nikita Kaun: Dream-Like Darkness

Nikita Kaun is a self-taught digital illustrator based in Saint Petersberg. Occasionally gothic, sometimes quite dark, his work is…

Rebuild

There are few electronic dance records that have a legendary yarn worth spinning beyond the turntable platter. The very best of them…

BBQ: A Hot Topic

Serves 6-8 Recipe from Clare Tollick, Mr Pickles' 1 whole picanha Salt and pepper for seasoning Drizzle of rapeseed…

Basic Income: The new normal?

Anne van Dalen is a Dutch artist currently living in Zwijndrecht, a village in The Netherlands. For the past year, Anne has been the…

Animat: Reel Music

Formed in 2005, Animat are a Sheffield electronic duo made up of Mark Daly and Michael Harding. ‘Made up’ is an apt choice of words, as…