Lucy St John

Freelance Journalist

Location icon United Kingdom

I am currently in my final year of studying for a BA in Journalism at University of the Arts London (UAL), I also am the PR and Promotions Assistant at Defected Records.

I have had a range of experience interning for magazines such as MixMag, Harper's Bazaar and Town & Country. I have also worked at Esquire Magazine, assisting in coordinating Hearst Magazines' biggest event of the year, the Esquire Townhouse.

Whilst studying I have developed my skills as a writer, and enjoy both news coverage and feature writing. My interests lie predominantly with music journalism (particularly concerning dance/electronic music and club culture) however also enjoy covering lifestyle/fashion, film and broader news related issues. I have also had some experience with multimedia journalism, which is a skill I am hoping to continue developing.

5 times Studio 54 was the craziest nightclub on the planet

Before his presidency, before Trump Tower even, the now POTUS was one of the first guests to arrive at the Studio 54 opening night. Newly married to Ivana, the pair were confused as they arrived to an almost empty club. This however did not last, and by 11 o'clock the club was heaving.

Kappa FuturFestival was a mammoth, eye-watering techno haven once again

Since its first edition in 2012, Kappa FuturFestival has become a key date in the dance music calendar. This year 30,000 flocked to Turin in Italy to see household names like Adam Beyer, Solomun and The Martinez Brothers command the industrial open warehouse space at Parco Dora.

Trump import tariffs on Chinese goods will heavily impact Moog

The US tariff on Chinese circuit boards and associated products could mean the iconic synthesizer manufacturer may have to move their production overseas and lay off staff. Moog has run operations in the US for over sixty years and employs around 100 people.Half of the components they use to make the boards come from China, and the 25% import tax will make manufacturing Moog synthesizers considerably more expensive.

The Home Office is open to drug testing at festivals

The Home Office has responded to advice that drug-testing facilities should be available at festivals and clubs for attendees safety, according to he Independent. The statement follows Hampshire's Mutiny Festival in May, where 15 were hospitalised, and an 18 and 20-year-old died.

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