The Japanese House – Count to Nine

Amber Bain aka The Japanese House has unveiled the final instalment of her latest EP, Saw You in a Dream. ‘Count to Nine’ finishes the 4th EP for the young Engl …

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American Politics: what you need to know before November 11th

2016 will go down in history as the year that hosted the most intense and hyped United States election that the world had ever seen. From constant throwing of accus …

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Interview: ‘Hope For Something’ Panama

Panama’s debut EP, ‘Hope For Something’ is a essentially a summer highlight reel released in mid-winter. The beautiful undertones we have come to expect from …

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Miley Cyrus Releases New Single and Video For ‘Younger Now’

Since her days on the Disney Channel, global superstar Miley Cyrus has tried many different styles and sounds to separate herself from her Hannah Montana persona. T …

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Brockhampton’s magic is far from lost on Iridescence

If there was a key word that could be applied to Brockhampton in 2018, it would be ‘pressure’. After last year’s Saturation Trilogy, a series of lauded albums …

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Almost Iris: ‘Find Me Where the Feelings Go’

Mastering the art of the simple line is no mean feat. Just ask anyone who’s ever looked at a Matisse drawing and thought: “I could do that”—only to then fai …

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Interview with Leisure’s Tom Young

You released your debut back in 2016 and now your gearing up for the second album. Since then how have things changed for you musically? 3 years is a long time so a …

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New George Ogilvie single ‘October’

You may not have heard of UK-based singer-songwriter George Ogilvie, but that is soon to change. Hailing from the historical cathedral city of Canterbury, Kent, the …

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Meet the Founders of Ethical Fashion Platform, The Helm Society

Founders of ethical platform, The Helm Society, Nicole Bennett and Aleysha Campbell, know a thing or two about curating the ideal ethically sourced closet. I caught …

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Made in Iran.

The ways we consume film and television are changing. It’s all ‘on-demand’ — what you want, how you want it, when you want it. So it’s little surprise, th …

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