PLUGGED IN

In collaboration with Wax Poetics,
we went in search of the next generation
of journalists helping to shape the
contemporary music landscape. 

Amelia Fearon, Maeve Hannigan, Violeta Arango, and Voyokazi Mtukela reveal the sounds of the future.

AMELIA FEARON

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VIOLETA ARANGO

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VUYOKAZI MTUKELA

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MAEVE HANNIGAN

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WAX POETICS,
JOURNALISM THAT DIGS DEEPER

Wax Poetics was founded in 2001 with a goal to shine a light on the historical and cultural significance of Black music. Recognised as the “record diggers’ bible,” Wax Poetics inspired a generation of artists, musicians, writers, DJs, collectors, filmmakers, and more. Now newly relaunched for the next generation of music fans and collectors, we’ve teamed up with Wax Poetics to find the music journalists and content creators of the future. 

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AMELIA FEARON,

INVESTIGATING:
REBIRTH OF POST-PUNK 

Music writer Amelia Fearon from
Manchester, England, thrives on the
city’s rich musical lineage. Obsessing
over the details and absorbing
Manchester’s history at every turn,
Amelia dives into its most famous
scene, post-punk, and how acts like
Joy Division, the Fall, New Order,
A Certain Ratio, and the Smiths
created a long-lasting influence that
is reflected in the current music of the
city and the world over.

@empireofamelia_

VIOLETA ARANGO

DOCUMENTING:
LONDON'S LATINX ARTISTS

Violeta Arango, who is of Colombian
descent, lives between London and
the Canary Islands. She explores the
authentic Latin connection in London's
thriving music scene, photographing
and interviewing two up and coming
Latinx artists who are infusing their
music with elements from their native
cultures.

@vvv.3ac

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VUYOKAZI MTUKELA

REPORTING:
MIRIAM MAKEBA'S EXILE YEARS

Vuyokazi Mtukela feels a special
connection to Miriam Makeba’s
years spent distanced from her place
of birth. In a richly detailed story,
she draws parallels between the
diasporan experience and the famed
South African singer and activist’s
stormy life in exile. 

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MAEVE HANNIGAN

EXPLORING:
GLASGOW'S JAZZ SCENE

Music journalist Maeve Hannigan,
a Scottish Highlander now living
in urban Glasgow, explores the
city’s emerging jazz scene.
Glasgow’s sound is in adolescence.
It is a growing noise of changing
personalities, communities,
and improvisations, and is now
home to some of the finest jazz
musicians in Europe.

@maeveflora