All posts by Demi Whitnell

Is the six-month milestone important?

First kisses, levels of sexual intimacy, and so on are all moments that we reminisce throughout a relationship but what about the half way mark- the six-month milestone? Recently, myself […]

Exclusive Interview with The Blinders

‘Hailing from the coalfields of South Yorkshire, the Doncaster born trio have taken the UK live circuit by storm in 2017. With a blend of proto punk politics and psychedelia […]

Music Review: Lea Porcelain

If you are looking for an upbeat piece of music with wholesome and moving lyrics then Lea Porcelain’s ‘I Am OK’ is a perfect song for you! A morning wake […]

Exclusive Review: Charlie Steel ‘NOT INDUSTRY STANDARD’

Charlie Steel is an up and coming singer/songwriter based in Greater London whose new debut EP ‘NOT IDUSTRY STANDARD’ will be hitting the streaming platforms on April 25th. Charlie has […]

The Honkabillies & Friends VS Cancer Review

We have all been affected by cancer one way or another in life. Those who survive it, or have been affected by it, thrive to provide support to anyone and […]

The Elephant in the Relationship – Mental Health

63% of people with mental health issues who have told their partners about their condition, state that their partners ‘weren’t fazed’ or were ‘really understanding’. Mental health is becoming a […]

Music Review: Total Consumption and Other Acts @ The Black Heart, Camden

This Saturday at The Black Heart in Camden, I lost my Grindcore and death metal virginity with the help from a collection of brilliant bands- Total Consumption, Part Cannon, Kaasschaaf […]

Men are physical and women are verbal – Iliza Shelsinger’s Theory

Whilst watching Iliza Shlesinger’s, a female comedian, live performances on Netflix one night, a very interesting, and I find accurate description of male and female thought was brought up in […]

Personal Platform: ‘I said it first. And last’

This piece is about the first time that you say you love your partner and the feelings aren’t mutual. The piece was inspired by sabrina benaim, a spoken word poet […]