Serena Jemmett

Serena Jemmett

Serena is a national shortlisted Arts and Culture writer (SPA2022) with key interests in music, women’s rights, accessibility and politic’s influence in culture. With a passion to make social issues more accessible and digestible for the wider public, Serena’s broadcast talk show (Sez Says) on Fuse FM discusses a variety of topics from political matters, to fashion, to interviews with musicians. Check it out on instagram: @sezsays_radio; You can contact Serena on twitter @serenajemmett or instagram @serenaj69

Sterling Press return to London with a bang

Sterling Press return to London with a bang

Sterling Press return home to London with an unforgettable night at the Sebright Arms! Deputy Music Editor Serena Jemmett reviews their highly anticipated gig.
Sweets at XOYO – interview and gig review

Sweets at XOYO – interview and gig review

Serena interviews Sweets backstage at XOYO before he warms up the crowd for headliner NOISY
Live at Leeds – Festival Review

Live at Leeds – Festival Review

Serena travels to Leeds to review the first ever Live at Leeds: In the Park at Temple Newsam, covering Easy Life, Lauran Hibbard, Sports Team, The Snuts and more
In Conversation with Crawlers

In Conversation with Crawlers

Serena catches up with Crawlers in Liverpool to discuss social media, eyeliner, upcoming tours, gigs and tracks
Live at Leeds: In The Park Preview

Live at Leeds: In The Park Preview

Everything you need to know about the first ever Live at Leeds: In the Park
Neighbourhood Weekender 2022

Neighbourhood Weekender 2022

What to know about Neighbourhood Weekender taking place on 28th and 29th May
Alfie Templeman releases ‘Leaving Today’ but certainly isn’t leaving the music industry anytime soon

Alfie Templeman releases ‘Leaving Today’ but certainly isn’t leaving the music industry anytime soon

Serena Jemmett reviews the latest single from Alfie Templeman.
Liverpool was a Sound City – Festival Review

Liverpool was a Sound City – Festival Review

Serena Jemmett reviews Sound City, including performances from The Lathums, Self Esteem, The Royston Club, and Oliver Malcolm.
Live Review: “I’m back in Liverpool” and so are The Wombats

Live Review: “I’m back in Liverpool” and so are The Wombats

A review of The Wombats’ return to Liverpool by Serena Jemmett.
The Snuts are leading the revolution to “Burn the Empire”, starting in Manchester Academy

The Snuts are leading the revolution to “Burn the Empire”, starting in Manchester Academy

Serena Jemmet follows up her single review and interview with a review of The Snuts’ sold-out Manchester Academy gig!
Preview: Liverpool Sound City

Preview: Liverpool Sound City

Serena previews Liverpool Sound City, kicking off this Saturday 30th April as it celebrates it’s 15th anniversary.
In Conversation with Alfie Templeman

In Conversation with Alfie Templeman

Alfie Templeman discusses his new record Mellow Moon, his side project Ariel Days, and how we can make gigs more accessible.
Serena’s Shambolic night with the Skinner Brothers

Serena’s Shambolic night with the Skinner Brothers

We review the Skinner Brothers latest Manchester venture at Deaf Institute, Serena Jemmett leaves nothing unsaid. Covering their new album live ‘Soul Boy 2 and more’.
The Snuts are “hoping to make the most influential album that comes from Abbey Road”

The Snuts are “hoping to make the most influential album that comes from Abbey Road”

Callum from the Snuts is interview to see what their new album really means for them and how they see their future playing out
Ladies first: Misogyny in the music industry

Ladies first: Misogyny in the music industry

Serena Jemmett talks to women in the music industry about their experiences being dismissed, ignored and sexualised.
Meet your women’s committee!

Meet your women’s committee!

What’s the SU Women’s Committee? Find out here!
Social media kills music? – The Snuts release Zuckerpunch

Social media kills music? – The Snuts release Zuckerpunch

The Mancunion take a deep dive into the new Snuts single and their iconic individuality! Well worth a read!
Who does access and inclusion well? Which artists are leading the way…

Who does access and inclusion well? Which artists are leading the way…

Spotlighting artists who make their gigs safe and accessible.
What can artists do to make their gigs more accessible?

What can artists do to make their gigs more accessible?

Serena Jemmet curates an informed guide for bands looking to make their gigs accessible to everyone.
Album Review:  Soul Boy II – The Skinner Brothers

Album Review: Soul Boy II – The Skinner Brothers

Serena Jemmett reviews the album ahead of The Skinner Brothers’ headline tour in March

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