All posts tagged artists

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 […]

Madison Rooftop ‘Beats + Brunch’ Series.

As I begin to write this article, the sun is streaming through my bedroom window; although there is still a bit of a chill in the air, spring and then […]

Michael Jackson: On the Wall – The King of Pop, Fashion and Art

Music, fashion and art have always influenced one another, and throughout Michael Jackson’s iconic reign as the King of Pop, this was and is highly evident. Set to showcase his profound […]

For George Orwell to get published now he would have to flash his nipples on Love Island and Vera Wang would start promoting Pretty Little Thing on Instagram

Last summer, I found myself discussing the differences between fame and infamy (https://www.shoutoutuk.org/2017/09/11/shakespeare-wouldnt-make-now-hed-cbb-clothing-line-rep-fittea/). Essentially, I concluded that in the last decade there has been a rise and media takeover of […]

Preview: Ravensbourne Degree Show 2018

One of the most appealing things about creative talent is its diversity and constant change. Young incoming artists especially hold awe-inspiring potential, as they become ready to introduce their innovative […]

Queen Mary @ the Tate

Queen Mary University is a firm believer in the radical power of art to change the world, as well as in the values of diversity, inclusion and community engagement. That […]

LIVE REVIEW: SUB FOCUS @ BRIXTON ACADEMY, 29/03/18

Electronic dance represents the jewel in the crown of 21st century popular music. With its bass-heavy electronics and uplifting tone, it is hard to resist the urge to get up […]

Nederpop? Nederhop? / A Brief Summertime Introduction to Dutch Music

Give it a few weeks and we will once again reach the end of another academic term. For some of us, there will be exams, for others, like me, a […]