Interview with Ġenn (aka. Cryptic Street)

Interview with Ġenn (aka. Cryptic Street) Ġenn are a 4-piece alternative, post-punk band from Malta, now based in Brighton. They have found success inside and outside of Malta, having toured in several different countries. They released their debut album Titty Monster in March 2018 and are currently touring England with their new drummer Sofia. The following…

The National Arts Awards 2019 P1

The National Arts Awards 2019 – Part 1 Written by Ylenia Callus A great selection of contenders but only one can win the Arts Awards per category. We have an interesting selection of nominees , so let’s break it down. Best Creative Enterprise Stargate Studios Stargate Studios is an international post-production studio with over 150…

Interview with Noah Fabri and Martha Tea

Interview with Noah Fabri and Martha Tea Noah Fabri is a musician who has been writing music ever since he was a young child. He has released three albums on his Bandcamp page in the past two years. His main style of playing is a mix of folk, jazz and rock. He is a multi-instrumentalist…

Interview with Wayne Camilleri

  Interview with Wayne Camilleri Renowned Maltese musician Wayne Camilleri has been playing guitar for over 20 years. During that time, he has performed with several popular local artists such as the 18-piece ensemble The Big Band Brothers and currently plays in the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra’s Rockestra production. He has taught guitar for several years…

Spreading the (Spoken) Word in Malta

By Amy Borg A couple weeks ago, I sat down with Johan Emerén: Swedish poet, good friend, and organizer of the Spoken Word in Malta open mic events. Along with Palk Ħieles, and various workshop series organized by writers such as myself and Miriam Calleja, Spoken Word in Malta is part of the budding community…