We talked with Bryde, aka Sarah Howells, about her songwriting process, her label, and vulnerability.
Head of Publicity Maddie takes a look at what went right and wrong in Nike’s latest hit advert.
Pascal Ezeabasili delves into the origins and progress of Hollywood whitewashing.
Superficial tropes or normalised definitions? Online Manager Hannah takes a look at some of the most frequent stereotypes.
Ahead of the release of Avengers: Infinity War, Deputy Editor Rehana takes a look at the most memorable lessons from Marvel character.
Ahead of the return of Westworld, David looks back at the life of the Western and how it’s on its way back to its former glory.
In light of the positive critical reception of A Quiet Place, Nathan Jones looks at what this film does differently from the rest of the genre’s latest outputs.
What is it about Disney films that captures the hearts of children and adults alike? Deputy Editor Rehana goes on an adventure to find the answer.
Because every day is a good day to celebrate women, Joanne takes a look at some figureheads of the past years and what they have taught her through their music.
A few months after numerous band members faced accusations of sexual assault, Daisy Malcolm looks at the impact they had.
Deputy Editor Rehana reflects on the similarities between Fresh Meat’s final season and the final semester of university.
Sophie Jones sat down with Rae Morris to discuss her new album, ‘Someone Out There’, and what she hopes to do with the album that may follow.
Since the turn of the new decade, emo has become uncool. Bands have shaken off…
“Rock’n’roll hit me in the face and it sounded like the thing that makes sense the most in the world.” – An interview with Danio Forni of Husky Loops
We chatted about the Italian music industry, their beginnings, and the story of their name.