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Album Review: Emily King’s Scenery

American singer-songwriter Emily King’s third album Scenery sees her take a step away from her New York City roots. Freshly signed to independent label ATO Records and newly residing in…

Velvet Buzzsaw

Velvet Buzzsaw is the newest addition in a recent string of attempts to revive the horror genre with innovative ideas, after years of stagnation and poor quality. In this, it…

Maximalism vs Minimalism: two Lifestyle writers give their take on the different methods

When it comes to minimalism, Marie Kondo is the queen. Kondo is a Japanese organising consultant and former sociology student and is most notable for her book The Life-Changing Magic…

Back with the Ex Review

If you enjoy hearing straight white people talking about their relationship dilemnas, watching conventionally average men somehow attracting ‘flawless’ women, or you can appreciate such worryingly poor quality camerawork that…

How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World wraps up the trilogy in a beautiful, emotionally satisfying, if slightly uneven, conclusion. Hiccup and the rest of Berk are set on…

Punisher Season Two Review

The first season of The Punisher followed Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal), a former US Marine who lost his family and set out for revenge against those that had them killed.…

The impact of the body positivism movement on the fashion industry

The fashion industry for so long has been dominated by the same type of model. Popular fashion brands have used very thin, white models in their advertisement campaigns and catwalks,…

Hymn to the Muses

Aayushi Gupta’s Hymn to the Muses exhibition presents photographic depictions of the nine muses of Greek mythology, said to be the source of artistic inspiration and the bearers of the…