NST City, John Hansard Gallery and City Eye opened to the public last weekend.
Records Exec Sam Law here, with a massive article anticipating the massive cinematic event that will be ‘Avengers: Infinity War’.
Britain’s buzziest band tell all (from their kitchen) about their upcoming album, getting love from Frank Ocean, and plotting worldwide sensory domination.
Carly-May Kavanagh gets real about the negative impact of one of the most famous sagas to date.
Bailey Williams looks at the decrease of the double album half a century after the Beatles’ emblematic White Album.
Looking at the increasing trend of nostalgic entertainment, Features Editor Thea muses over its dangers.
What is it about the 80s teen movie that makes them still so relevant? Rehana Nurmahi explores the simplicity of these narratives.
Damian Meaden takes a look at the blockbusters of the ’80s.
Sam Law takes a look at how the ’80s sound impacts today’s hits.
“The main reason that I started, or kept singing, was that well, I kind of just had the need to” – An interview with Jamie Lawson
We chat about his album, Ed Sheeran, James Blunt, and his upcoming tour.
“We are just normal people: we eat food, drink beer and play music” – An interview with James and Matt from Deaf Havana
We chat to James and Matt from Deaf Havana about their time off, their new album and much more.
The Edge takes a look back at the wonderful career of the late Dolores O’Riordan.
“Does anyone know if Whitney Houston did a Christmas song?” – An interview with Peking Duk and Icona Pop
If you’re looking for video shoots where people set themselves on fire, these party specialists won’t ‘Let You Down.’