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A deep conversation with San Holo

A deep conversation with San Holo

Music
Ahead of his debut show in London we met up with San Holo at Hangar in South London. He told us all about inspirations, life, creating "album1" and perceiving emotions to create music. Here's how our chat went. How did you start making music? When I was about 13 years old I started playing guitar in high school. Ever since then I was never like a decision for me. I didn't have any back up plans. Music was the only thing I could do, it sounds very cliché but it was not like I could do languages or maths or biology. I really was just music, I couldn't picture myself doing anything else. And I was actually very good at it. I am glad music turned out to be my full time career because most kids at my age, when they go to university they have a plan. I went to a school where I had to
Drinking whiskey makes you frisky. Studies show how different types of alcohol can evoke different emotions

Drinking whiskey makes you frisky. Studies show how different types of alcohol can evoke different emotions

Featured, Food
Drinkers may want to think twice before choosing their alcoholic beverage as each type can affect their mood differently according to research. Want to feel sexy? Then gin is the right way to go! The researchers from Public Health Wales and King's College London found that gin and other spirit types are often associated with feeling sexier, with 4 in 10 of people saying drinking spirits made them feel this way. The study also found that 25 percent of red wine drinkers report feeling frisky after a couple of glasses. Yet, the drink also appears to make three out of five consumers (60 percent) feel exhausted. Beer proved to be the least sexy drink (bloat, anyone?) with just 19 percent of survey-takers reporting such an effect. Meanwhile, a major study, published in the journal BMJ Open
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