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Layfullstop: ‘This new project is who I am, there are no secrets’

Layfullstop: ‘This new project is who I am, there are no secrets’

For ISSUE EIGHT of Off Licence Magazine, we had the pleasure of interviewing Layfullstop, the Birmingham-raised, Manchester-based artist who has just added another masterful mixtape to her discography.

Offie Mag Presents: TGE First Fifty with Dreya Mac, BXKS & Miso Extra

Offie Mag Presents: TGE First Fifty with Dreya Mac, BXKS & Miso Extra

If you’ve followed Off Licence Magazine since our humble beginnings in one of Brighton’s infamously singled-paned terraced houses, you’ll know that The Great Escape is a special festival to us.

South East London artist Deema ‘just loves rapping, to be honest’

South East London artist Deema ‘just loves rapping, to be honest’

There’s definitely something madly exciting about Deema. His debut EP, Chew Your Food, released last year when he was only 20 years old, but this was far from the beginning.

Offie Mag x Homegrown: ‘For Beirut’ Tee

Offie Mag x Homegrown: ‘For Beirut’ Tee

On the back of Olivia Melkonian’s ISSUE SEVEN travel article focusing on Beirut, here’s a limited run of long sleeve ‘For Beirut’ souvenir tees, with 100% of profit going towards This Is Lebanon, a Beirut-based charity that protects the rights of migrant domestic workers who are excluded from protection under Lebanon’s Labour Laws.

Meme Gold: ‘Wear Me-Me, but be You-You’

Meme Gold: ‘Wear Me-Me, but be You-You’

Independence. Design. Fashion. Post Office. These are all words, many of which we exchanged with Meme Gold, one of the best independent fashion designers regularly visiting Post Offices. The Manchester creative DJs, dances and designs, putting her genuine self into every mix, move and maxi.