Guardian Newspaper Internship: Guardian Films

Starting on May 16th and for the following month I attended a part-time internship (in-between my job as a magazine journalist), at Guardian Films, the documentary section of The Guardian newspaper. See this link, http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/guardianfilms for online examples of their investigative film work on pressing issues from the effect of climate change on developing countries … Continue reading

Banksy & War Boutique Exhibition

If you fancy hanging a Banksy original in your boudoir you better crash a truck into a cash-point, because the average price is £95,000 a piece at Andipa Gallery, Kensington. Unsettling, magnetic, laughable and exquisite rolled into one; Disorder checks out the provocative exhibition. Andipa Gallery is holding a selling-exhibition of the artist Banksy’s iconic … Continue reading

Green Lantern, Science & Social Gaming

Warner Bros Pictures movie, The Green Lantern, released on the 17th June 2011, is a reworking of a classic comics series which features the Green Lantern Corp – a vast intergalactic police force on a mission to keep order in the universe. Each Green Lantern wears a ring that grants him superpowers. When a new … Continue reading

Disorder Magazine Issue 36: William Fitzsimmons

Interview by Jameela Oberman, published in Disorder magazine, June Edition (036)

Disorder Magazine Issue 36: Azari & iii

Interview and write-up by Jameela Oberman Published in Disorder Magazine, June Edition (036) Band interview, Azari & iii listed on the frontcover of issue 36

Stanley Blacks Interview: Disorder Magazine

Usually an unsigned Brit band’s life constitutes lugging equipment out the back of a rusty van and a cider ‘on the house’ at the end of the night.But The Stanley Blacks have bagged a LA tour, chilled with legendary stars, recorded with an award-winning producer and even had one of their tunes played on the … Continue reading

Ghostpoet Interview at Rough Trade East Album Launch:Disorder Magazine

Ghostpoet is dropping his beats against the whole rap ‘label’ stereotype and what he’s achieved is addictive electro, reflections on gritty life in Brit culture and hip-hop delivery with panache. But what is the MC like in real life? Jameela Oberman talks to him about song-writing, peanut butter & jam sarnies and ladies footwear … … Continue reading

Comic Con London 2011: Cosplayers

Comic Con London 2011 at MCM Expo was held on bank holiday weekend, it was anime, manga, deck wizards, videogaming, superheroes, goth art, illustrators & cosplay catwalk galore. The three-day conference from 27-29th May at the Excel Estate near Custom House, South East London, included halls dedicated to a variety of comic genres from Japanese … Continue reading

Disorder Magazine: Years &Years

A sea of wires on the floor of a dusty rehearsal studio, the band Years and Years are belting out their song Emergency. This love song bizarrely became a soundtrack to a rally call in The Independent newspaper against government cuts. Jameela Oberman follows up on an inkling that more is on its way from … Continue reading

Disorder Magazine Issue 035: Spark

http://www.sparkthemusic.co.uk/ Research, interview and write-up by Jameela Oberman Published in Disorder Magazine, April Edition (035)