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Taylor Swift – Look What You Made Me Do Review

Well, we've come a long way from Love Story, haven't we? Lining up Taylor Swift's 2009 breakthrough hit against her latest track, Look What You Made Me Do, you'd be forgiven for t...

Feminism, feist and one hell of a fiesta: GRRRL at Folklore Hackney, the latest musical project from In Place of War 

Talented women from all corners of the globe come together as GRRRL to celebrate sisterhood and the unique power of the female voice for In Place of War When something is toute...

Interview: Emily West on Symphonies & Comfortable Shoes

With the launch of her latest EP Symphonies, singer, songwriter, and Top 40 recording artist Emily West talks to Sami Armstrong about having faith in ourselves, knowing your ‘why’ ...

Album Review: Queen Moo, “Mean Well”

Elliot Baker finds himself surrounded by the multi-faceted talent of Queen Moo as he indulges in their album, Mean Well. I think that Aristotle would have liked Mean Well by Queen...

Album Review: Ron Pope, “Work”

Elliot Baker reviews Ron Pope's Work and finds himself transported to a world of dive bars, stale beer and bloodshot eyes. Upon first listening to Work, I was surprised that Sound...

Album Review: Third Culture Kings, “Is That Light You Carry?”

Get ready to annoy your neighbours. Third Culture Kings are a new act and their first album, Is That Light You Carry?, has levels of bass that are guaranteed to have the folks do...

Album Review: Fassine, “Gourami”

Elliot Baker fumbles around the dreamy world of Fassine’s new album, Gourami, hoping to find a map. What is it to buy an album? It’s an acceptance of an invitation. A contract b...

Edinburgh Fringe 2017 Spotlight: No Miracles Here

This month it all kicks off, the 70th anniversary of Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Daniel Perks catches up with The Letter Room, bringing No Miracles Here to this year's festival: Fo...

Edinburgh Fringe 2017 Spotlight: Jamie MacDowell and Tom Thum

This month it all kicks off, the 70th anniversary of Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Daniel Perks catches up with music duo Jamie MacDowell and Tom Thum at this year's festival: For th...

England Is Mine Review: Morrissey Biopic

We get it, Steven Patrick Morrissey is a tortured soul. He would be immeasurably more likeable in Mark Gill's unauthorised biopic 'England is Mine' if we weren’t reminded how tortu...