Head Theatre Editor Jay Darcy interviews influencer, music artist and twerk dancer, Jojo Guadz, also known as the Prince of Twerk, in the eighth feature of his social media series
Frankie Golding reviews Sawayama the 2020 album following Rina Sawayama’s recent sucess bringing inclusivity to the BRIT awards and Mercury Prize.
Pixey is the indie Britney Spears as described by Niamh Boorman who delves into her journey, new ep and the industry in an interview for the Women in Media Conference
Contributor Alannah Williams delivers a dive into the latest EP offering from Abbie Ozard ‘Lets Play Pretend’
Jess and Serafina interview Heather of Pale Waves fame for their show on Fuse FM – Tits for Tat
The North will rise again is an online festival set to take place across two iconic northern venues; will the line up fly up to successes in this challenging time?
Tik Tok may be a paradise of scrolling. Have you seen the sea shanties and know the story?
With their new album on the way, Alannah Williams discusses Wolf Alice’s latest single, The Last Man on Earth
A week ago, I had the privilege of speaking with Janelle Borg (guitar) and Leanne Zammit (bass) from ĠENN, the post-punk Maltese band currently based in Brighton, before the release of their new EP Liminal, which comes out on March 30th. I first asked Janelle and Leanne about the origin of their band and was […]
A look into the presence of sexual harassment that haunts gig culture and the live music scene.
Black Honey inspire female independence through dizzying guitar solos and hedonistic lyrics in new album ‘Written and Directed’. Covered by contributor Alannah Williams.
After supporting local heroes Aslan and recording in the prestigious Abbey Road and Metropolis Studios in London, Dublin duo Hawke the Band return with their triumphant single ‘Molly’. The group consists of friends Richie Power on vocals and keyboards, and Eoghan Mac Mahon on vocals and guitar. Hailed as “gorgeous indie-filled pop” by Talk About […]
Lana Williams delves into Phoebe Green’s latest creative venture
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Lady Gaga’s dramatic but personal dance album, Chromatica
Hailed as a “raw and thrilling new talent”, Freya Beer mixes poetic lyrics inspired by Allen Ginsberg and Charles Bukowski. With a distinct gothic sound influenced by Nick Cave and the films of David Lynch. With a string of stellar singles under her belt already, music critic John Hobbs predicts a Mercury Prize for Freya. […]
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