Monthly Archives: June 2011

YOTP: New Music from Mr Gee.

As if you needed any more proof that 2011 is the year of the poet (and if you really do, go find your stupid head a copy of Today’s Metro)  Chill Pill’s Mr Gee serves us two new blistering and … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Jodi Ann Bickley, and her first slam

I was recently given a piece of advice by a lovely man called Chris Jakubiak. He said “Too many people try and conquer the whole world straight away, when really they should be doing it one person at a time”. … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Poeticat, “Solo vs. Collective”

I performed as a solo spoken word artists for many years as part of the PiP collective. It was great being in a collective of poets, it meant that we could discuss the spoken word scene, share knowledge and it … Continue reading

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As seen on Vimeo//Prosoulytes Feat Yungun- Mix Shake and Stir

The great mysteries of the world: Who really shot JFK? Are there aliens out there? Is Tupac alive? What was Nick Clegg thinking? is there really a God? and most important of all, when the blazes is Yungun going to release … Continue reading

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Poejazzi Recommends: Untold Songs Launch @The Rich Mix this Saturday

We’re a little late in bringing this to your attention, apologies, but that is no excuse for not showing up, mmkay? This saturday will be the launch of Untold Songs, a collection of possibly EVERY amazing female singer songwriter/poet alive. … Continue reading

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Another Poetry and Jazz Poe/jazzi Blog.

William Blake Vs. Esparanza Spalding. When I was a kid, it was a sport to me. I’d set a trap, a scrap of food in the dusty Nigerian heat, wait for them to arrive and shoot out the buzzing bastards … Continue reading

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Experimental Poetry Alert!

Inua Ellams’ tweeting about this website-poem-installation-thingy a few days back, I felt it was worth a share. ‘Strange’, ‘beautiful,’ ‘confusing,’ ‘possibly pretentious’ are some words I’d use to describe it. But definitely worth checking out, even if it’s only once… … Continue reading

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Paul Scholes – a poetic tribute

Hi all, Musa here.  I’m a huge football fan, above all of Manchester United, and when Paul Scholes recently retired I thought I could express my feelings best through a poem.  So, here it is: I hope you like it. … Continue reading

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