It has been a wild decade for Kanye West, so we take a look back on the album released 10 years ago: My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
“Kanye West is a new man, a born again Christian who is done with secular music”, writes contributor Harry Thorfinn as he shares his thoughts on Kayne’s new direction
“ALYX’s vision goes beyond the surface, being a brand that wishes to influence a much wider contemporary culture, rather than just idly producing clothing.”
Tara Bharadia revisits Kanye’s hay-day
Process is an emotionally bare and richly compelling debut album, writes Tara Bharadia
Many embraced the New Year with open arms considering the shocking, unexpected and often bizarre events that occurred both inside and outside the fashion world in 2016. So what could 2017 have in store?
Whilst we are told ‘beauty is pain’ and we cram our feet into the highest of heels, how far is too far in search of fashionable fabulosity?
Bon Iver’s third LP challenges every preconception about the artist, but comes off all the better for it, writes Callum Oliver
Luke McGavin reviews TNGHT’s lastest EP ‘II’, highlighting it’s important place in the genre and demonstrating why it hasn’t lived up to the high expectations that foreshadowed it
How far can a musician be separated from their actions, and should the general public continue to listen? Eleanor Roberts discusses
Two of the most talented entertainers of the day are back and we, the public, cannot look away
In unprecedented times of bad and ugly, it’s important to keep an eye out for the good. Ben Lomax picks out his top 5 songs both good in name and good in nature.
Some of the best songs ever written have sat proudly at the top of their album’s track listing, after all, the opening track needs to sell the rest of the album to the listener
Want high end inspired clothes for high street prices? Talia Lee-Skudder reveals the ultimate shopping destination for all of your fashion needs
A series of high-profile, transgressive album releases have shown that 2016 is the year where mainstream music has got its mojo back, writes Frank Hillman
James Blake’s 76 minute epic lives up to it’s title, channelling shades of love and loss with extraordinary clarity, through vibrant and varied instrumentals