Sunday 15 November 2009

Welcome to Spine TV!

Last month saw the return of the much loved Spine TV website where viewers will be able to digitally tune in to watch some of the most unique, irreverent and funny takes on modern culture, ranging from fashion and music to Morris dancing. Spine TV, sister site to Spine Magazine launched way back in 2000 as a platform to showcase creative work created by U-Dox.
With five categories focusing on music, film, art, magazine and ‘live’ TV, the new schedule is dizzyingly diverse and broad. Music, art and film will feature original content from Spine TV and contributor directors. ‘Magazine’ will feature ‘Stolen Moments’; a monthly show filmed by Dan Canyon consisting of topical and irreverent articles. Live TV will be hosted on a daily basis by the ‘Fun House’ (No, not the Pat Sharp kind)collective featuring DJ MK (Kiss 100 FM) and Harry Love (Extended Players). Their sessions will be broadcast live and direct from their very own kitchen– how’s that for authenticity?!
Among the wealth of contributors on board are young film makers Bronwen Parker Rhodes, Leo Leigh, Dean Pucket, Colin O’Toole and Grace Ladoja. Tune in for short films from London artists and art collectives: Verity Keefe, Ceylan Projects and Freeshit - Saltgrit (‘Morris v Rave’, ICA). Expect regular shows from London’s most relevant crews – BNTL (Better Never Than Late), ATG (Ahead of The Game) and WAH (magazine). As if this wasn’t enough there are many presenter led shows from the likes of Mystro, Sarah Love (MTV/1xtra), Teef, Moxie Block and Empress Hula.
If this sounds like your cup of tea check out the next instalment now.

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