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Speedy Wunderground dares to make rock interesting again

Anyone who’s handed me an aux cord in the past few months has heard me geek about Speedy Wunderground and their ridiculous output in the past year. The London upstart…

Feature: the long-awaited return of Jai Paul and the future of the Paul Institute

2019 has been a monumental year for London based electronic, R&B and pop prodigy, Jai Paul. His release of the double B side ‘Do You Love Her Now / He’…

An Overview of Milan Fashion Week

Fashion week is an opportunity for all designer houses to launch their latest collections and compete for media attention with other brands. Last week we saw Milan fashion week come…

McMafia

First appearing on our screens on New Year’s Day, the BBC One drama serial McMafia arrived accompanied by anticipation and expectation. Following a Christmas TV programme saturated with the relentless…

The rise and rise of the Nasty Woman

Nasty woman. It’s a phrase we all know, first brought to the world’s attention during the final US presidential debate this year by Donald Trump’s use of it in describing…

An Interview with Ghostpoet

Ahead of his Mercury Prize nomination on the 20th for his third album, Shedding Skin, Obaro Ejimiwe and I discuss his latest album, his influences and ambitions, and where his…

Mob mentality poses a threat to peaceful protest

That a well-functioning democracy depends on actively involved citizens is beyond doubt. Even in times where the sharing of information and opinion-making largely take place online, demonstrations are still an…