1. An Interview with Kevin Haskins about Upcoming FOXES TV Show Jammerzine Exclusive 27:26

Fashion and music often go hand in hand. They stimulate two of the five senses at first recognition: sight and sound. They often evoke personal responses and emotions as well and can evoke the past in our most passionate memories. So, when I found out that music legend Kevin Haskins had teamed up with FOXES Magazine to produce a new television show called FOXES TV, my first response was that it was a perfect fit.

In this interview, we get the latest on the show pilot, the format, the future, and where the possibilities of where the show can air, and they are endless! If you are into fashion, this will be an immersive and informative experience.

An Indiegogo campaign has been launched to help raise the needed budget to get the show off the ground. There are various “Perks” when donating certain amounts, and there is also a special one-time Bauhaus raffle with a few exclusive signed items by Kevin Haskins including: One small print of your choice and one large print of your choice from Kevin’s website, a signed copy of his new book ‘Bauhaus – Undead’, released via Cleopatra Records, and a signed Bauhaus tour laminate.

About Kevin Haskins & FOXES TV
Kevin Haskins, drummer and founding member of Bauhaus, Love and Rockets, Tones on Tail and his latest trio Poptone, has announced his involvement in an exciting new MTV-inspired television show.

Haskins just signed on as a music supervisor and producer for the new project, entitled FOXES Television, created by mother and son duo Tina and Julian de la Celle, founders of the rock ‘n’ roll music and men’s fashion-focused FOXES Magazine. FOXES TV aims to fill a huge void, where once there was exciting music programming, such as The Tube and MTV, and also include men’s fashion. The aesthetic of FOXES Magazine will be placed firmly on the screen, showcasing new bands and men’s fashion, interviews, and behind the scenes footage with a very cinematic look.

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The show has also engaged producer Orian Williams, who produced the BAFTA and CANNES winning film ‘Control’, directed by Anton Corbijn and detailing the life and times of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis. Other notable credits include ‘The Last Movie Star’ with Burt Reynolds and ‘England Is Mine’, a portrait of Morrissey and his early life in 1970s England. The series would showcase a wide range of talent in both the music and fashion world. The two main sources of inspiration? The early inception of MTV, and Jim Jarmusch’s film ‘Coffee and Cigarettes’.

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The show will revolve around an iconic duo, i.e. Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese, pairing them up in conversation. The content around that conversation would include live sets with up and- coming and already established bands, spotlights on fashion designers, as well as backstage features at fashion weeks and tour diaries with bands.