All posts tagged Festivals

Appropriation or Appreciation? Cultural Sensitivity in Fashion

With festival season already being in full swing and Kim Kardashian hitting the headlines once again for adopting her controversial braided hairstyle, now is the perfect time to talk about […]

Make this summer count

Whether it’s your penultimate year, your final year, or (to all you keen newbies reading) your first year, the next academic year officially begins on Monday 24thSeptember 2018. With this […]

What’s New?

New releases to look out for from up-and-coming artists. Check out the following artists if you are looking for something to mix up your music collection! Whenyoung’s latest single ‘Heaven […]

Where to Head: This Summer’s Best European Festivals

With the commencement of the summer months, post-exam plans are at the forefront of every uni-student group chat and kitchen-table discussion. Sunshine must be on the cards, along with this […]

Coming Home for the Vampire Weekend

Vampire Weekend have been heralded as the epitome of preppy, well-read, indie. It’s been 10 years since the release of their debut, self-titled, album Vampire Weekend. They last performed over […]

Jungle determined to take London and the World back. By storm.

It’s a calm Wednesday evening, nearly nothing seems to be happening in South London. Some 40-50 people stand scattered inside Electric Brixton – it’s 7 p.m. and the venue has […]

Greenwich Market: the gift that keeps on giving.

Just a little outside of central London, Greenwich is a haven for Londoners and tourists alike. It is renowned for its lush Royal Park, museums and observatories, and last but […]

INTRODUCING: TOM GRENNAN

Tom Grennan shot into the public sphere after featuring on Chase and Status’ single ‘When It All Goes Wrong’. Since then, he has released his own EP and has recently […]

PARKLIFE: WHO TO WATCH AND WHERE

It’s less than one month till the most diverse festival in the UK takes place. Parklike based in Manchester brings together the biggest names in indie, techno, grime and drum […]