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Album Review: Circa Waves – Different Creatures

Hailing from Liverpool, indie-rock band Circa Waves are back with a punch and are set to release their album Different Creatures this Friday (10th March) – their first release since […]

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‘When John Met Joseph’: Interview

“I thought, there’s got to be a play in that.” The third performance part of the New Writers’ Festival is When John Met Joseph. I spoke to the writer and […]

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Strike Up the Band: A Hackney Picturehouse Strike Fundraiser

Hackney Picturehouse workers are currently striking for a London Living Wage. Teeming with a bunch of talented creatives, the staff are putting on a night at The Victoria in Dalston, […]

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Festival Review: Mirrors

The time is 5pm, a misty London afternoon, and St John’s at Hackney is docile. For the young couple walking their bemused dog, the scene is quiet and still. All […]

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Festival Review: The Meadows

The subway to Queens from Grand Central was packed with people between the ages of 16 to 25, with a sparse few locals who didn’t deserve to be in the […]

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Festival Preview: Mirrors

Following the success of its 2015 debut, MIRRORS returns to Hackney for its sophomore year. With an eclectic range of artists, the one day festival promises to offer a much-needed […]

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THE INFINITE MIX – Hayward Gallery, in association with The Vinyl Factory.

Hayward Gallery, in association with The Vinyl Factory, presents its only major off-site exhibition during its two-year refurbishment. My flatmates were all at work on Saturday so I thought, ‘You […]

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The Best of Bestival

Bestival didn’t get the best of press this year by some reviews as it downsized to its scale of 5 years ago and use of plain plastic wristbands instead of […]

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Why I Still Love Green Man Festival

So around this time last year I wrote my very first article for CUB, entitled “Why Green Man is the Most Underrated Festival of the Year”, and now here I […]