Karl Smith

Karl Smith is a literature, art and popular culture (film, music and politics) journalist and Literature Editor at The Quietus; his work has appeared in Dazed & Confused as well as other publications and websites across the culture spectrum. He lives in the Greater London area. Fond of travel, photography, good tea and biscuits that don't collapse in on themselves. Check out his weekly book highlights in our Bound & Flogged series.

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Fashion Incoming

Walker's Original

Fantastical photographer Tim Walker exhibits at Somerset House and tells us why every girl or boy he shoots is Alice in Wonderland

	Jónsi Birgersson
Music Incoming

Sigur Rós: Valtari

The iconic Icelandic band return with a new album and chat to us about destructured sounds, sticking together and taking a step to the left

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Summer Son: Bon Iver

The American group’s main man talks to us about musical chaos, writing songs for teen vampires and monster hits with Kanye West

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Arts+Culture Incoming

Hilarious Consequences

Babak Ganjei's highly entertaining comic book about life as a mid-thirties East London hipster with a girlfriend and baby is sure to make you both laugh and cringe

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Music Incoming

Visiting Beirut

Zach Condon from the American folk band talks about sleeping with his ukulele and how he chose between 'Beirut' and 'Bilbao' for band name

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Sage Francis

Pioneering rapper comes to London and talks to Dazed Digital about his label Strange Famous, YouTube and announcing his retirement after every gig