Q&A: They Come For You In The Night

Hey They Come For You In The Night, we’ve been big fans of your dreamy synth melodies since
first seeing you play at Shoot Festival earlier this year so its great to finally chat to you about your
music. First of all tell us a bit about yourselves and how you came about forming They Come For
You In The Night?

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Amy Turner
Q&A: Amy Turner

It’s not often in a person’s career that they get to interview themselves! I feel quite privileged to be able to get my experiences down into words. I thought I’d put myself under the same line of questioning I give other interviewees of Native Magazine. What makes me tick? What are my goals? It’s hard to talk about oneself too much... but I’ll give it a damn good go.

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Amy Turner
Q&A: Garry Jones

Not many of us can say we’ve got our dream job by the age of 30. As I sat down with a coffee to chat to the brilliantly talented photographer that is Garry Jones- I couldn’t help but wonder. How did he make it so far in such a short time? What kept him going? What’s next when you’re already living the dream? I asked Garry, who has his photographs on the cover of Native Issue 3,  just a few of these burning questions.

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Amy Turner
Preview: Coombe Weekender

Coventry’s festival scene has long been defined by Godiva but the city is now becoming a hot spot for start-up all-day celebrations and weekend events. From the inaugural Comedy Festival, the growing Food Festival and countless others including Film, Coffee and Well-Being editions, Coventry has finally pulled up it’s festival socks. However, when we heard about the Coombe Weekender, we sat up sharply, scrolled our eyes down the early line-up and knew that this was in a different festival league.

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Chris Sanders
Q&A: Stylusboy

A woman gets into her car after a busy work day, which ended on a high note with a relaxed and positive meeting. She pops a CD into the slot and pulls out of the car park. As the music starts up, she takes a deep breath. By the time she reaches her house, she is calm, the stress of the day is forgotten. Because on her drive home she’s been taken on a journey - by one man, his guitar and the stories he creates.

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Amy Turner
Guide: Tapas Day in Coventry

The world now celebrates almost anything and everything. From Ice Cream Soda Day and Dump the Pump Day to Garfield the Cat Day and Waffle Iron Day (most of these are unsurprisingly driven by America!). However, every now and then one pops up that we feel compelled to participate in. Today (June 20th) the world begins a 24 hour celebration of Tapas, so we thought it was only right that we guide you through the best destinations in Coventry to find small dishes with a big punch.

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Review: Comedy Night Backhaus

Tuesdays. Boring right? Nothing to do, nowhere to go - the working week has barely begun. Well look no further than BackHaus&Co in Coventry, to start your week off right. Their monthly comedy night, hosted by Michael Dryburgh, is just the thing you need to pull you out of the gloom.

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Events: June 14 - 16

The weekend is over the, extremely soggy, horizon and we cannot wait for it to begin. The clock is counting down to 5pm and the workforce is already day dreaming about breakfast in bed, long pub lunches and culture hunting. Unlike them, if you are unsure about what to do, then come and have a read and dive into our suggestions.

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Q&A: Micky Blouse

Thanks so much for taking the time to listen to the single. I’m both surprised and flattered by the response so far. The Micky Blouse project was created quite a few years ago. After sixth form I dabbled in a few different things and music/ song writing was the thing that peaked my interest. The notion of seeing something through from conception to completion was fascinating and writing tunes allowed me to do this with massively satisfying results.

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Events: June 7 - 9

When Friday comes it brings with it waves of excitement. For many of us it’s a time to begin thinking about what we are going to squeeze into Saturday and Sunday. Whether you are museum mad, a festival fan or seeking a theatre thriller our team have been hunting high and low for the best of what’s on in Coventry this weekend (June 7-9).

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Q&A: The Elusive CovKid

We are forever seeking out new talent, new creativity and a new view of Coventry. What better way to capture his passion for our vibrant and brilliant city than to immortalise it’s architecture in incredibly intricate designs. We got an exclusive interview with the hard-to-pin-down CovKid - a designer who produces Coventry inspired illustrations.

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Guide: Vegan Coventry

You can be in a room with 100 people, and you just need one person to be vegan for a controversial conversation to start. A survey by Compare The Market last year found that over 3.5 million people live a plant-based lifestyle; according to a study by Figure earlier this year, this number is set to rise by 327% by 2020... And I'm in that 327%.

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Events: June - July

There are more and more incredible events taking place in and around Coventry right now that it’s hard to keep up. From intimate gigs to huge festivals and tasty food delights to living room names dropping in whilst on their latest tour. Our free printed magazine covers a wide range of these events but for those of you who can’t get hold of a copy we thought we’d publish our latest findings here on a bi-monthly basis.

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What's On: May Half-Term

School holidays can be a difficult time for families looking for things to do. Almost everything seems to cost a small fortune, the kids are increasingly difficult to impress and parents aren’t always sure where to find what’s best. So, to help out a little, we decided to search Coventry and the surrounding areas for a variety of exciting and diverse options that will keep your little natives happy and more importantly, tired by night!

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Review: Ellipses Presents

In the sold out upstairs of the New Albany Pub last Saturday night we were lucky enough to squeeze into the inaugural Ellipse Presents. The first of what promises to be a regular haunt for those looking to soak up some local live music from all over the musical spectrum. Those in attendance certainly got their moneys worth in a stacked bill consisting of four great acts ranging from soulful acoustic to psych rock, a rouge smoke machine and a fire alarm keen to join in on backing vocals at times. 

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Xposure: Stuart Frisby

Photography is one of the most powerful creative mediums available. It’s ability to communicate the sense of emotion of any given time or place is truly brilliant and thanks to the incredible talents of photographers such as Stuart Frisby we are able to visualise the surroundings of our home city of Coventry via this series of shots he has recently published.

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Xposure: Adam Goss

As a collective we are driven by our passion for community. We understand how important it is to bring together like-minded people in order to nurture future success. Our short-term aim is to work with those who feel the same to deliver beautiful content across all of our platform whilst our long-term aim benefits from the development of those we support right now as we believe they will become the creators of tomorrow.

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