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Veganism. It’s official. We can no longer assume it’s just for arty thespians, hippy filmmakers or eco warriors.

Its Main Stream. It’s everywhere… even Tescos!

And in the fashion world ‘Bare Fashion’ are paving the way. Their second fashion show demonstrates the enthusiasm, determination and innovation out there to create animal-friendly style. 

Join me for a chat with the key people behind this vegan celebration.

A Journey Through Puberty

Horror, Conspiracy, scifi… what’s not to like? Puberty? Hmmm, Messy!

Well the folks from ‘The Take’ have an interesting take on everyones favourite Netflix series ‘Stranger Things’. And it’s not all bike rides and aliens!

Mauve Session

Mauve got together in 2017. They are drummer Ben Smith, Steve Campbell on vocals/guitar and Ieuan Smith on bass and vocals.

Ben describes their music as ‘a blend of simplistic, angsty, rocky riffs with pop soaked melodies.’

After hearing ‘Familiar’ (acoustic version below) we were really pleased when the guys offered to do a Disorder TV session.

‘Remember’ (above) is the single from the new EP ‘Bouquet’.

Today (15/7/19) see’s the release of their latest EP ‘Bouquet’.

And as an added bonus we have a cover of The Smiths ‘Still Ill’.

Wrangler eliminates water waste with new denim range!

Denim has a dire manufacturing reputation. How much water does it take to make a pair of jeans? 16000 litres!

Wrangler though have been working at innovative processes to eliminate this waste.

‘It takes a lot of water and energy to create denim’s recognisable indigo shades. That’s why we have developed Indigood™ to change the way we dye our fabric. It includes a new innovative foam-dyeing process that uses 100% less water and wastewater is virtually eliminated. Next to that, both energy use and waste are reduced by more than 60% when compared to conventional denim dyeing. This pioneering technology promises to revolutionise the whole denim industry.

“This is an elegant ‘one-process step’ that removes 100% of water from the dye process as well as reducing energy and waste by 60% each” says Roian Atwood, the senior director of global sustainable business at the parent company Kontoor Brands.

The pieces in its first collection using the technology are made from up to 30% recycled cotton. It is a case, says Atwood, of not waiting to be 100%, but to take small steps. “Sustainability is a journey to making improvement – you can have a small initiative that is seen as a key priority,” he says.

July 4th: Stranger Things 3!

All set for a dose of NFB? (NetFlix binging)

Stranger Things: A love letter to the ’80s classics that captivated a generation, Stranger Things is set in 1983 Indiana, where a young boy vanishes into thin air. As friends, family and local police search for answers, they are drawn into an extraordinary mystery involving top-secret government experiments, terrifying supernatural forces and one very strange little girl.

Stranger Things 2: It’s 1984 and the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana are still reeling from the horrors of the Demogorgon and the secrets of Hawkins Lab. Will Byers has been rescued from the Upside Down but a bigger, sinister entity still threatens those who survived

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Stranger Things 3: Coming July 4, 2019.

Empara Mi: Crying


Highly acclaimed avant-garde pop singer Empara Mi has released her new song ‘Crying’, along with a beautiful video inspired by Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet.

‘Crying’ leads with stark piano chords before expanding with warped vocal samples which break into the lush vocals of Empara Mi, melding styles from influences across pop, R&B and hip hop. It’s produced by Lemonthebeat.

Empara Mi said,“This song was inspired by some of the messages I receive from young girls and boys who are struggling with their sense of identity and find themselves trying to get out of a dark place. I want the song to be hopeful and encouraging but also an ode to their courage.”

With reference to the video,“The director Matt Hutchings and I wanted to pay homage to one of my favourite movie moments, the ‘dying scene’ in Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet. We wanted it to feel cinematic and have the romanticism of the scene but deliver a different message. Instead of taking her life, she alone, saves it instead.”

Since emerging in 2016 with her critically acclaimed debut single ‘Wanderlust’, Empara Mi has since gone on to clock up almost 3 million streams on Spotify alone, while she has also collaborated with Kojey Radical on her track ‘Spoon’.

With an uncompromising vision for her magnificent post pop, Empara Mi has returned and 2019 heralds the unfolding of her dramatic, ambitious and emotional musical direction. Stay tuned for more details soon!

Woody’s Back! Toy Story 4

It’s over due… 2 years over due! But it looks like we’ll be in for another emotional roller coaster! The trailer feels like a feature!

Tom Hanks and Tim Allen will reprise their roles of Woody and Buzz. 

And Toy Story 4 will also see the return of Joan Cusack (Jessie), Michael Keaton (Ken), Jodi Benson (Barbie), Blake Clark (Slinky Dog), Wallace Shawn (Rex), John Ratzenberger (Hamm), Estelle Harris (Mrs Potato Head), Kristen Schaal (Trixie), Bonnie Hunt (Dolly), Timothy Dalton (Mr Pricklepants), Jeff Garlin (Buttercup), Jeff Pidgeon (the Aliens), Laurie Metcalf (Mrs Davis) and Lori Alan (Mrs Anderson).

Release date scheduled for June 21, 2019.

Hashtag: #ToyStory4

Disorder TV Session: Bobii Lewis

Bobii Lewis grew up in Tottenham, North London and as a kid was hypnotised by the reggae and motown records his parents would be play. He ended up in his school choir as a way of keeping an easily distracted young boy out of trouble, until one day his music teacher decided to make him do a vocal solo. As the choir ebbed and flowed, Bobii took the lead and everyone was shocked by his talent. 

Since this realisation, Bobii has been working on his music, crafting his sound and attracting a lot of attention. 

We’re now waiting for his collaboration with Producer KZ on his highly anticipated debut album due this year!

235m Items of Clothing Sent to Landfill Last Year

A T shirt and a pair of jeans? A: 20,000 litres of water to make. 3 out of 5 Items end up in landfill within a year

10% of all #carbon emissions emirate from the Fashion industry – more than all international flights and shipping?

Now look in your wardrobe. 


BBC Earth has launched a new brand to “place sustainable fashion at the heart” of London Fashion Week.

The eco-friendly move is in collaboration with British Fashion Council and clothing company Mother of Pearl.

This short film made for the event was premiered on Saturday and will run alongside a series of talks for the #SustainableMe project.

Ferris & Sylvester New Single ‘Sickness’


Ferris & Sylvester’s are currently on a nine date run across the country. They’ve sold out every date on the tour, bar Southampton and Dublin, where just a few tickets remain. It’s testament to the great following the band have gained as one of the most exciting new duo’s in the country.

They’ve just released a stunning video for their new single ‘Sickness’.

The new single is continuing to be a huge hit a radio as well. On top of the early Radio 2 and BBC Introducing support, it is now also getting plays across BBC 6Music and Radio X.

Ferris & Sylvester have also just completed an amazing Maida Vale BBC Introducing Live Session and you can watch it below.

The band can now announce that they are to perform at this years SXSW, Live At Leeds and Boardmasters – with more to be announced soon.

Cadet is Showing the World – Interview with the Croydon Emcee.


Since Cadet’s arrival on the scene through his gripping freestyles that engaged with his audience and fans through honest and though provoking concepts, he has gone on to be aligned with the elite of British emcees.

Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains

Last years exhibition seen through the eyes of 2 musicians from the break-through band Wild Front.

The Burlesque Game

The World burlesque Games 2018 are on 9/10/11 November, at the Shaw Theatre, London.
We made this film from the 2016 event.

Filmmaker Eleonora Cristin

A Day with Puzzle

Eleonora Cristin’s bts film of our Disorder TV shoot with the Brazilian musician Puzzle.

Bobii Lewis Interview


Bobii Lewis Is a self taught musician who grew up listening to Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley and Michael Jackson. He has come up a long way from his North East London youth. From singing in a gospel choir as a kid, to busking and performing at open mic nights where he was spotted by producer KZ . He has supported Craig David, Wretch 32, Stefflon Don and Kojey Radical.
Check out the man in this interview.

AKA George Interview


What kind of brand-new, fresh-out-of-the-box artist turns down the opportunity to work with Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers?

IroniK Interiew


We talk about the influences, British urban scene and estate agents!

George the Poet Interview


Trendy Soho Hotel is the backdrop for this interview with George the Poet.

Bloom Twins Interview

Musicians, models and Mental Health campaigners… its all covered.

Yungblud Interview with DisorderTV

Yungblud the rock star from Doncaster, the punk in pink socks.

Check out YUNGBLUD

Zara Martin Interrogation!

Interview with Zara Martin, a presenter for shows such as ‘Show Me Your Wardrobe’ and Al Gore’s Current TV, dj for the likes of Chanel, Dior, and Tom Ford. She also models (for clients such as Topshop, Selfridges, and more), partners with brands for collaborations (most notably her headphone line with ‘Skinnydip’) and is an ambassador for one of the leading organisations supporting women affected by war-torn areas, Women for Women.

Photography – Emma Woolrych at Ace Hotel London
Styling – Rebekah Roy
Makeup – Scarlett Burton
Hair- Lara Zee
Filmmaker – Andrew Jenner

Bipolar Sunshine Interview


What happens when Kids grow up?
Adio Marchant, formerly of popular boy band ‘Kid British’ graduated to the next level with his project ‘Bipolar Sunshine’.
And it’s good. Very Good.
He has already sessioned for Disorder TV (links below) so now to interview before a gig at ‘Heaven’.

Autoview with Stealing Signs


Stealing Signs… they ask the questions, they answered the questions!

Girls Just Want To Have Funk

Filmmaker Eleonora Cristin has made a fun, short film of Michela Nale’s photoshoot for Disorder TV. Dukes of Hazard meets The Get Down!

Styled by Francesca Atendido.
Hair & make up Claire Portman using Clinique and Ojon
Hair and Make up Assistant Caterina Pelle
Models: James & Grace Models 1
Fifi & Heather Profile Models
Location Zigfrid von Underbelly London

Keroscene Interview for Disorder TV


Keroscene are David Troster, Francesco Bondi, Edd Wilding and Jake Sorbie. Formed in late 2014, the band combines elements of psychedelic with melody bound together in a neat contemporary approach of modern rock. On the eve of their new video release ‘I Can’t Do A Thing’ we got the lads to tell us whats what!

Cimone SS17 – interview with Carli Pearson


Samantha Jagger interviews Carli Pearson on the runway just after the Cimone SS17 show!

Pash SS17 interview with Eddie Gavriilidis


Samantha Jagger interviews creative consultant with Pa5h after the SS17 show.

Sabinna interviewed after SS17 @Fashion Scout


Samantha Jagger interviews Sabinna after her SS17 Show @ The Fashion Scout.

Fashion Scout – SS17 Ones to Watch!


Samantha Jagger reviews the SS17 ‘Ones to Watch’ Show at the Fashion Scout.

Disorder TV Session – New Portals with ‘Groove Boy’ & ‘Stay Here Tonight’.

New Portals originated from the successful folk/pop band The Jepettos (with over 11 million streams on Spotify!) and have supported the likes of Foo Fighters and Tiny Tempah.

On a recent trip to London we managed to coax them over to Shoreditch and out of the rain to perform two songs for our Disorder TV Soundcheck series.

Tom Ward And his Edinburgh Festival Show

Comedian, writer, filmmaker and voice-over artist Tom Ward has made a name for himself in comedy as a finalist in the BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2014, Leicester Square New Comedian Final 2013 and NATY Final 2014.

Festival Virgins – Ever Mainard’s Guide to the Edinburgh Fringe!


Ever Mainard is a stand-up comedian, writer and actress.
Her spontaneous characters, quick-witted anecdotes, and quirky mannerisms will have you laughing well after her performance. Her background in improv gives her the ability to create visceral and border line cathartic moments in her crowd work and off the cuff riffs.

Disorder TV Session – The Carnabys perform ‘Peaches & Bleach’ & ‘Elizabeth’.

The Carnabys dropped by to promote #SaveLiveMusic and thier latest album Too Much, Never Enough. So we got them to perform a couple of numbers for our Disorder TV Session series… this is an acoustic version of ‘Peaches & Bleach’ & ‘Elizabeth’.

ALAYA // Eight Consciousnesses

Disorder commissioned Matti & Emma to create a dance film with Eleonora Cristin. They used the Thames riverbank and the theme of ‘Resistance’ as a starting point.

Produced and edited by ELEONORA CRISTIN
Choreographed by MATTI TAPANI TAURU
Music by ANTWERP (
Executive Producer Andrew Jenner for Disorder TV

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Gigabites

Reviews from the shows at the Truman Brewery with The Brash Lasses (Samantha Jagger & Nadia Kelly).

Joe Slater performs ‘Lonely’ for Disorder TV

Joe performs his song ‘Lonely’ just before a sound check at The Garage, N1. We’re very pleased with this version and his gig was a sensation!

Photoshoot with Alex Pritchard


Rising star of soccer Alex Pritchard visited Disorder Towers for his first ever fashion photo shoot. He talked footballing heroes, earliest memories and Justin Bieber!

Disorder TV Sessions – Fond Of Rudy with ‘Are You Ready’ & ‘Royals’


Brighton band ‘Fond of Rudy’ popped into Shoreditch recently and played a couple of track for our ‘Disorder TV Sessions’… including a ‘Are You Ready’ from the recent EP ‘One’.

The Carnabys Interview For Disorder TV


The Carnabys are currently on tour promoting their latest single ‘Peaches and Bleach’.
Amy Lynch got to chat to the lads just before thier London gig at The Borderline.

The Northernettes – Disorder TV Session, Lets Go & Mercedes Benz

‘Lipstick fueled, sky-high-heeled beat brunettes, The Northernettes retrofit the classic sounds and styles of the 50’s and 60’s to the 21st century; sleek, shiny songs that will get into your head and then orbit your mind for days to come.’

They came to London to lay down a couple of songs for our Disorder TV series… so may I introduce to you, Katie, Sophie and Georgia!

In Bed With Oliver Proudlock


The 3 rules Oliver Proudlock lives by!

Plus Samantha Jagger interviews designer and MiC star Oliver Proudlock. Samantha had just styled the shoot with Oliver wearing a collection by Rebecca Lawton.

MUA Lorna Pratt
Photography @rav_photography

Brash Young Turks – Cast and Director Interview

‘His debut feature Brash Young Turks is something quite different. “’There was not much support from the industry for making this film, on this scale. Getting this film made was like going to war. I’ve been making films since 1999. It has been tough.’

Danny Gogo Interview


Danny GoGo…..remember the name…..he is a man of many talents! We met up with him in his home town of Brighton to chat to him about his experiences in modelling, tv work and his ambition to spend the word about his own anti bullying campaign.

Oliver Spencer AW16 – Gigabite Review

Sam Jagger gives up a brief review of Oliver Spencers Collection for LC: M AW16

Pete Bennett interview

Rachel Jalland met Pete (of Big Brother fame) to talk about his experience of his time on the show that made him a house hold name in 2006 and a over night TV personality.

Disorder TV Session – Alberta Cross with Isolation & Western Front

Although based in New York City with a heavily Southern sound, don’t be tricked; he’s actually Swedish. Singer, guitarist, and founding member Petter Ericson Stakee of Alberta Cross recently released their latest album to raucous acclaim. Despite the band’s history of playing great festivals like Glastonbury and Reading alongside supporting illustrious bands such as Oasis, Neil Young, and Mumford and Sons, question marks were raised when co-founding member Terry Wolfers left in 2013. The new line-up along with their new album Western State, however, blows all doubts away. Folksy and impeccably talented, we managed to trick Petter Ericson Stakee into the Disorder office with false promises of guitar strings and anagrammed names to play two of his latest tracks for us. Check out this live session of Isolation & Western Front.

Gigabite – Ho9o99 @ 100 Club, London


Ash Moore, music editor reports on Ho99o9 gig at Oxford Streets 100 Club

Nick Brewer: Interview with Disorder TV


Star of summer hit ‘Talk to Me’ a track that takes us through that summer feeling groove, Nick Brewer’s rise has been one steadied on hard work and his core beliefs. Growing up in Essex, Nick has been able to use his music to share his life experiences and help portray his thoughts. A grime artist, white at that, something that shocks most people scrolling through his YouTube comments, yet he tell us that he’s been able to draw on inspiration from both sides of the Pond listing Eminem and Dizzee Rascal as some of the people that helped influence his music. We were able to grab him on the day of his gig in Hoxton, and have a chat with him.
Goke Solanke interviews.

Disorder TV Session – Shel with ‘Like Minded Fool’

Sisters Eva, Hannah, Sarah and Liza Holbrook are twenty-something women, born in a five-year span and raised in a bohemian, art-loving family in Fort Collins, CO. Each found an instrument to master early on, studying classical music while composing and arranging unique works for their anomalous instrumentation, violin, mandolin, piano and drums. They gained performing experience working with their songwriter father, and soon had festival promoters and media figures championing their fresh, intricately drawn sound.

SHEL took time out from their recent tour of the UK to come and record a session with Disorder TV at St Pancras Old Church.

Alex Gardner Interview

Yasmin RSL caught up with Alex Gardner the day before his show opening at the Dot Gallery… not that difficult considering he’d literally just landed from LA!

Elle Exxe – BTS at Hoxton Street Studios

From a recent photo shoot with Elle Exxe, we have a little behind the scenes from the days shooting.

Film by Eleonora Cristin

Beauty Unmasked – Tattoo Taboo


The fashion industry has been embracing the tattoo now for a while but it was never like that years ago. Tattoos are seen as a thing of beauty and creativity a lot more these days. Still there are people out there that don’t feel the same, but love them or hate them they are not going out of fashion anytime soon.
I am joined by Aima Indigo who is not only covered in tatts, but also has done professional modelling work and the tatts have not stopped her getting some amazing gigs. In this vid we discuss how people have reacted to her look though out her life and if the views towards tattoos really have changed……or not.
Rachel Jalland.

Camera Operator – Eleonora Cristin (
Editor – Izzy Okongwu
Stills Photographer – John Gribben( )
Producer – Andrew Jenner

Street Shapes – Simon Preen


BTS filmof Simon Preen’s collections for Disorder TV, here’s a taste of what it was like on the day.

Beauty Unmasked – Witness the Finess

Terrance is a fitness instructor that has recently started out on a fitness modelling career. What I want to know is what is involved in this sort of life style. Is this type of modelling different from being a catwalk or runway model?……… and also I wanted some tips for myself 😉

iSHi – BTS in Wapping


BTS from Disorder TV photo shoot with Swedish musician/producer iSHi.

Hair Rehab (something for the weekend)


Hair can change a look instantly and with so much choice out there when it come to our hair, my friend Emma who works in central London for a top style salon shows me how to achieve a really simple, cost effective and quick way to transform your style completely.
Summer 2015 is the best time to play around with pastel colours and don’t worry…..summer is not over just yet. So many more festivals this September and the look we go for in this vid is a perfect way to give your hair some creative character.
The next film in my ‘What is Beauty’ Series
Rachel jalland

What Is Beauty?


What does beauty mean in the fashion industry today? Is beauty really skin deep or is it still what’s on the surface?

Rachel Jalland went to London Collection: Men to ask all the fashionistas

Cakes da Killa Interview


Disorder TV presenter Jess Whitney with Rashers Bradshaw, better known as Cakes da Killa, the American rapper.

Charlotte Wood & Munroe Bergdorf Discuss the Transgender Journey

Meet Charlotte x Munroe. They’re both transgender women who came to talk to us about their trans-journeys.
Our conversation gets a little emotional at one point when Charlotte flips the script with her BIG reveal!

If you have been affected by any of the issues raised in this discussion or would like to learn more about the topic. Click the link below for a list of help and support groups.

Thanks for watching. Don’t forget to hit the “Like” button.




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PRODUCER Yasmin Leui’i
FILMING – Conor Bannon, Eleonora Cristin, Will Gardner
STLYING: Oleatr Stewart for Oleatr London

Motely Crue Press Conference


The band announce their last ever European tour dates.

Saint Raymond Interview For Disorder TV


Callum Burrows, aka Saint Raymond is a highly tipped talent to emerge this year. Goke had a chat with the musician at the 02 Shepherds Bush recently straight after his sound check.

The Griswolds: Interview with Disorder TV


Jess Bergman got to meet the 4 Aussies minutes before they were due on stage at Camden’s Koko.

High Hazels in Disorder TV Session & Interview

The High Hazels popped into The Macbeth in Hoxton to record a session for us at Disorder. Bobby (ed) took the opportunity to find out a bit more about this talented (another!) band from Sheffield.

James Leesley performs a solo for us… an acoustic version of their latest single ‘Valencia’.

Final song in the session from High Hazels. Scott and James give us an acoustic version of Hearts are Breaking


Sketchfest 2015

A film by Roland Montgomery for Disorder TV on this years London Sketchfest 2015.

Bipolar Sunshine: Disorder TV Interview


Goke got to chat with Bipolar Sunshine just before a sound check at Heaven, London, 16 April 2015

Mic Lowry Session – Tuxedo

Liverpool band MiC Lowry gave us an acoustic version of ‘Tuxedo’, a track from the coming EP ‘The Show’.

GFW14 – Becca Dudley Interview with Disorder tv


Filmed as part of our Graduate Fashion Special we have an interview with MTV presenter Becca Dudley, as well as 2 of the designers.

Filmed by Andrew Jenner
Edited by Amy Stiefel

GFW14 – Shoot


Another shoot from our Graduate Fashion Students . Filmed by Laurie McShea, edited by Amy Stiefel.

Ben Hanlin with Tips & Tricks for Disorder TV

Jess met up for breakfast with young magician and star of ITV’s series Tricked, Ben Hanlin.

London Collections: Men AW15 RoundUp


Disorder TV managed to get around some of the most popular shows at LCM and bring a quick round up of what was happening!

Presented by Jessica Mpairwe
Filmed by Siona Davis, Jed Darlington-Roberts, Joe Browne
Music – Lying Blue Eyes by Elena Ramona

Disorder TV at Somerset House for ‘Guy Bourdin: Image Maker’

A quick walk around the exhibition with photographers Joe Browne & Billy Cave.

Jess meets Noise Next Door

Jess managed to get a few words form Improvise Comedy Troupe just before their gig at the Soho Theatre, London last week.

Fashion Scout – Ones to Watch SS15


Cassandra Verity Green, Keiko Nashiyama, Min Wu and Youjia Jin – THE ONES TO WATCH DESIGNERS FOR SS15 at the Fashion Scout.

Filmed & edited by Siona David & Jed Darlington-Roberts
Music by Joe Walton

Fin Taylor – Interview with Disorder TV

Disorder TV presenter, Georgi Simpson, interviews comedian, Fin Taylor, ahead of his Edinburgh Festival 2014 show – Real Talk.

Filmed at Comedy Cafe Theatre, London by Disorder UK.

Jess meets Andy Ruddy


Our Jessica caught up with very talented singer/songwriter at West Londons ‘The Troubadour’ venue.
Filmed & edited by Siona Davis for Disorder TV

Dane Baptiste – Interview with Disorder TV

Dane Baptiste is a British stand-up comedian and writer. He was nominated for the “Best Newcomer” at 2014’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards. Baptiste was nominated for the 2014 “Best Newcomer” Edinburgh Comedy Award,[4] becoming the first black Briton to be nominated. He was also nominated for a Chortle award in 2015.

Disorder TV presenter, Georgi Simpson, interviews comedian Dane ahead of his month long show at Edinburgh Festival. Filmed at Comedy Cafe Theatre, London, by Disorder UK.

Strangers feat. Kyiki – Wolf At The Door & Running Up That Hill (Acoustic Session w/DISORDER TV)

London based dark synth pop purveyors, Strangers, recently dropped their new single, Wolf at the Door, to a steady ream of praise from their adoring fans and press alike. The song was also picked up by Xfm’s John Kennedy, were it received its first radio-play and has since been storming the airwaves across the UK and Europe.
We have a stripped back version for our session with guest artist Kyiki.

From the same session we have a stunning version of that Kate Bush Classic ‘Running Up That Hill’.

Strangers feat. Kyiki – Wolf At The Door Filmed at Russian Club Studios by DISORDER TV Filmmaker – Andrew Jenner Camera Operator – Laurie McShea Sound – Louis Souyave Hair & Makeup – Evan Huang Special thanks to David and Ellie.

Ada + Nik SS15 @ London Collections: Men

Interview with Disorder TV @ London Collections: Men SS15
Ada + Nik chat to Disorder TV presenter Jess Bergman following their Spring/Summer 2015 catwalk show.

Filmmaker – Andrew Jenner
Camera Operator – Laurie McShea

Huntergather SS15 @ London Collections: Men with Disorder TV


Disorder TV @ London Collections: Men SS15

Huntergather’s Creative Director, David Bradshaw, chats to Disorder TV presenter Jess Bergman about his Soul Boy Inspirations, and Mr.Hudson reveals his fashion aspirations.

Filmmaker – Andrew Jenner
Camera Operator – Laurie McShea

Conway – Hustler & Big Talk (In Session for DISORDER TV)

Conway is different to most of today’s young female musicians.

The Independent describes her music as being ‘more rebellious, more of The Slits genre – loud, punky but accessible. She looks part Blondie, part flapper girl, with a messy blonde bob, ridiculous cheekbones and from the school of style that involves a lot of slouchy vests and high-top trainers. And she dances like Mick Jagger; jerky, excitable moves that are genuine and pleasingly off kilter. In fact, dancing is a key part of what she does – Conway doesn’t create any music that you can’t move to.’

Big talk


Graduate Fashion Week 2014 – Interview w/Rebekah Roy, Judge & Stylist


Jess Bergman interviews judge & stylist Rebekah Roy @ Graduate Fashion Week 2014 for Disorder TV

Graduate Fashion Week 2014


Jess Bergman routs up Graduate Fashion week for Disorder TV

The Heartbreaks – Hey, Hey Lover (Acoustic Session For DISORDER TV)

The band formed in the seaside resort of Morecambe in 2009, brought together by a shared love of soul music, Orange Juice and gritty Northern literature. Before forming the band, Whitehouse and Kondras worked as ice cream men, Wallace was a roofer and Deakin “just floated from place to place”.

The band have been described as “fanatical experts on the British seaside”,and many of their early rehearsals took place in an old snooker hall off the promenade,.[5] A few months after forming, the band were named Manchester Evening News Band of 2009.

The band perform 2 acoustic tracks for us. said of ‘Hey, Hey Lover’ …a magnificent new single from The Heartbreaks. It’s taken from their upcoming second album due out in May via Nusic Sounds. It’s urgent, intelligent and life affirming pop that enraptures from first listen.

No Pasaran!

And describes No Pasaran! (or as the English say ‘they shall not pass’)… it paints clear images of bullfighting where the matador teases the bull which is reflected in the intensity of the song as it erupts into the chorus which is reminiscent of the bull chasing after that red cloth.

Bipolar Sunshine – Where Did The Love Go & Trouble

Manchester native Adio Marchant, aka Bipolar Sunshine, combines elements of pop, R&B, and dance to create his own unique sound. Before launching his solo career in 2013, Marchant was lead vocalist for six-piece ska band Kid British. He found the approach of multiple songwriters too constricting, so upon their dissolution in 2012 he decided to strike out as a solo artist. With the help of producer Jazz Purple (playing guitar in this session), Marchant began to construct a sound and image that aimed to be thought-provoking and musically diverse. His vision of alternative pop gained him many fans early on, with artists such as A$AP Rocky and London Grammar eager to endorse his music. In June 2013, Marchant released his debut EP, Aesthetics, which he quickly followed with the Drowning Butterflies EP in November.

Bipolar Sunshine – Trouble

Bipolar Sunshine – Where Did The Love Go (EP out now)

Filmed at Russian Club Studios by DISORDER TV
Filmmaker – Andrew Jenner
Camera Operator – Laurie McShea
Sound – Louis Souyave
Groomer – Evan Huang
Special thanks to Adio and Jazz.

James – Interrogation & Frozen Britain: Session for Disorder TV

Manchester’s finest make a welcome return with La Petite Mort, their first full-length studio album since 2008’s critically acclaimed Hey Ma

Here in session we have 2 tracks from the album.


Filmmaker – Luca Torrente
Camera Operators – Laurie McShea & Jem Erguvenler
Sound – Itay Kashti
Groomer – Evan Huang
Special thanks to Tim, Mark, Andy, Larry, Saul and Jim.

James – La Petite Mort Interview for DISORDER TV

Manchester’s finest make a welcome return with La Petite Mort, their first full-length studio album since 2008’s critically acclaimed Hey Ma.

Produced by Max Dingel (The Killers, Muse, White Lies), and written in Manchester, Lisbon, Athens and the Scottish Highlands, this new disc ranks among the finest and most diverse in their 30 year career.

Sarah Hardy, (editor, Disorder Magazine, interviews James in the run up to the release for Disorder TV

Dexters – Recover & Cloudfest Acoustic Session w/DISORDER TV

As a band, Dexters draw on a range of sounds and influences you wouldn’t necessarily associate with a young, blue collar band, formed 2012. Captain Beefheart and Robert Johnson are name checked, while more contemporary influences can also be seen in songs like ‘Conscience Calls’ – which tips its hat to Jamie T – and their superb, flagship tune ‘Start To Run’, a song in homage to losing touch with an old friend, which has a pulsating, breakneck urgency in the style of a bastard child spawned from a threesome with the clash, Jamie T, and The Jam after a debauched night of cocktails and high octane fun.

Jamie Wei Hwuang AW14

An overview of Jamie Wei Hwuang’s AW14 collection.

The Heartbreaks – Hey, Hey Lover (Acoustic Session w/DISORDER TV)

The Heartbreaks – Hey, Hey Lover (Released 17.02.14) Filmed at Russian Club Studios by DISORDER TV

London Collections: Men, Katie Eary AW14


A quick review of Katie Eary’s AW14 show at London Collections: Men

Pam Hogg interview at London Fashion Week, SS14


Fiona Aber interviews Pam Hogg right after her show at LFW.

London Fashion Week – Graduate Showcase, September 2013


Fiona Aber’s look at the Graduate Showcase at London Fashion Week.

London Fashion Week – Ashley Isham


Review of Ashley Isham’s SS14 collection at the Fashion Scout.

“40 Years of Queen” ebook launch with Brian May.

We filmed Brian May present the ebook version of the popular “40 Years of Queen” at the Groucho Club, Soho last Friday. We also managed to get a few words with Brian at the end of an entertaining hour.

Bernard Chandran SS14


Disorder TV at the Bernard Chandran S/S14 Collection Catwalk Show.

Misfits – BTS Film of Disorder TV shoot

Four cast members from the E4 hit show ‘Misfits’ took part in a photo shoot for Disorder TV.

40 Years of Queen: Book Launch at the Groucho Club

40 Years of Queen is an official publication, fully approved by the band, telling their story right from the very beginning. It showcases stunning moments in the band’s history through photographs, as well as truly unique pieces of memorabilia from the private collections of Queen’s members. This tribute will give fans unprecedented access to all areas, and the chance to get their hands on some fascinating, intimate memorabilia for the first time ever: backstage passes, handwritten lyrics, ultra-rare posters, original tour itineraries, handwritten letters, limited-edition records, invites to the now-legendary tour parties, a CD of all four members of the band talking and more….

James Phelps Interview

Just before the premiere of Harry Potter – Deathly Hallows Part 2, Taylor managed a quick chat with James Phelps.

Interview with Professor Green

Taylor interviews Professor Green before the launch of his latest single “Monster’.

Tinchy Stryder Photo Shoot for Disorder TV


Taylor asks Tinchy a few questions whilst he is made up for a photo shoot for the front cover of Septembers Disorder Magazine. He models his own range of clothing for this shoot with a little twist from Disorder’s make-up dept!

30 Seconds to Mars: Interview


Taylor Glasby, interviews Jared and Tomo from 30stm in the middle of their mammoth world tour.

The Only Way is Essex!


Sam, Harry, Lydia and Arg took part in a photo shoot for Disorder TV.

Interview with Brian May, Denis Pellerin & Paula Fleming

This week saw the second edition of the photographic book ‘Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell’ published. And this time it can be called the ‘Complete Edition’ as the final 2 stereo cards missing from the 1st have been found.

Diableries are clay sculptures representing the daily life in hell, captured by stereoscopic photography in Paris during the 1860s.

Soho’s Century Club was transformed into a gothic Victorian ‘crypt of temptation and seduction’ for an exhibition to celebrate the books launch and its authors Brian May, Denis Pellerin and Paula Fleming were around for a chat too!

BTW, the music accompanying this film is the soundtrack from a 3D animation short called ‘One Night in Hell’ by Unanico Group. The film is inspired by the Diableries and tells the story of one skeleton’s journey into a stereoscopic Hell.  Brian is playing guitar with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra fusing ‘We Will Rock You’ and Tchaikovsky’s ‘1812 Overture’. Do check it out in the link below… it is spectacular!


One Night in Hell

Fenty = RiRi

Building on her experience of creating capsule collections for River Island, Rihanna’s first collection for new LVMH-backed label Fenty is imminent! 

The launch online is May 29 and at a Paris pop-up on May 24, Fenty will release special-edition pieces alongside core collections as ‘See-Now-Wear-Now’ outside of the traditional fashion week schedule.

“Women are forces of this earth. We are multifaceted, complex, vulnerable yet bulletproof, and Fenty speaks to all of our intricacies,” explains Rihanna. “It was imperative that we created a line versatile enough to embrace and celebrate us.” Rihanna is the first black woman to be heading a major fashion house in Paris!

“I’m just hyped to see people in my clothes, man,” says Rihanna. We’re hyped too RiRi!

This Weeks Cream!

The cream of this weeks releases (our opinion of course!) .

Shakespeares Sister – All the Queen’s Horses

After picking up an Ivor Novello award in 1993 Marcela and Siobhan didn’t speak to each other for 26 years. Now, with all the misunderstanding out of the way they decamped to Joshua Tree and the ‘creative juggernaut’ was launched again.
All the Queen’s Horses has that Morricone/spaghetti western feel…
Siobhan “I’ve been obsessed with Lee Hazlewood for the last seven years and knew I wanted to make a record influenced by him and Morricone, Serge Gainsbourg and John Barry – that flavour.’

Merival – No Brakes

Toronto-based singer-songwriter, Merival – moniker for Anna Horvath – launches her video for the bewitching new single, ‘No Brakes’ Following on from her debut EP, ‘Lovers’ and a smattering of recent singles, ‘No Brakes’ sits as Horvath’s first formal step forward in the UK of 2019.

‘No Brakes’, which comes produced by Sam Gleason (Charlotte Cornfield, Omhouse), finds Merival seamlessly coalescing her penchant for still, serene vocals with swooning, carousel-like rhythms and melodies. Speaking about the video, Anna says: “The video for ‘No Brakes’ was a fun flip around from the track. Whereas lyrically we had a serious subject: depression, and does feeling worse make better art? — This topic was given a spin with contrasting musical elements, for the video we took a kind of goofy narrative and tried to lend some gravitas to the actions around it.”

The Luck – If This is Love

The Luck (brother and sister duo Max and Esmay Luck)  hailing from London are back with another whimsical Americana track ‘If This Is Love’. Mellow and gutsy… upbeat and yet sad!
“Esmay was making her way through a breakup as we were writing the track” Max explains, “and she needed to find some positive reassurance in the experience”. She needed to know that “if it was really meant to be, then they’d eventually end up together”, a sentiment that the single perfectly encapsulates.

Benedict Benjamin – Tell Me if You’re Lonely

‘Tell Me If You’re Lonely’ – is the final single to be lifted from the album Truant.

The new single opens with a fuzzy guitar refrain, before creeping into psychedelia territory in its vocal delivery and instrumentation. The song closes with Benedict pining for a sense of irresponsibility: “I feel stuck in my life / if you feel the same come on by / I would like something better to do”.

Speaking on the track Benedict said: “This is a song about longing to be irresponsible and do stupid self indulgent shit because you don’t feel good about yourself. I think it was on my mind because (gonna repeat this a lot) we were expecting a baby and I was aware that I couldn’t do that anymore and it freaked me out.”

Dan Owen – Run Me Down

‘Loud and Emotional!’ The song reflects Dan’s development and journey, from the early days of playing pubs in his Shrewsbury hometown to becoming an international touring artist.

Having played across the world with the likes of Jake Bugg, Kaleo, Birdy, Alice Merton and Imelda May and completing numerous sold out headline tours across the UK, Europe and US, he has gained new perspectives, independence and direction along the way.

The ‘Run Me Down’ video finds Dan putting a dash of Hollywood into his Shrewsbury roots and captures an intense captivating road trip through the English countryside.