‘New bands are really important for me, so the uncommon stage is vital’: An Interview with Rob da Bank
Jessica-Rose Hector chats to the architect behind Common People and Bestival.
Writer Tom looks at the legacy of the Alien series and whether or not the new released sequel, Covenant, can bring it back to its best.
Overwhelmed by a 400+ artist lineup? We’re here to help.
Natália Jopling Tanser shares who she’d love to see play at this year’s Boardmasters festival.
Once rock music’s illegitimate stigmatised son is now one of it’s most important, writer David examines the relevance of emo.
Natália Jopling Tanser introduces one of the lesser-known bands playing at Boardmasters 2017.
Bruno Russell explores how music can be used a tool for overcoming stress and anxiety through its power as a form of release and expression.
Writer Eleanor Joyce discusses whether the film and television industry could do more to help actors and actresses struggling with their mental health.
Pawnee City Manager Chris Traeger gives his pearls of wisdom as part of Mental Health Awareness week.
Natália Jopling Tanser tells us what she’s most looking forward to at Boardmasters 2017.
Writer Natália Jopling Tanser tells us who she thinks are the 5 must see acts are in this year’s line-up at Boardmasters festival.
Writer Laura explores the many characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that accurately paint a picture of Mental Health problems.
“It seems like a new thing for one person to run a festival like this” – An interview with Frank Turner
Benj Cullen talks to the singer-songwriter ahead of his new 4-day inner city music festival, Lost Evenings.
‘Now look what you made me do’: Tracing Hollywood and its ballooning love letter to abuse and violence
Writer Sophie discusses the representation of abuse in modern cinema, and how it should be handled.