All posts tagged jazz

The New Generation Festival 2018

Although we are a student based magazine operating in London and representing a London University, I would like to draw your attention to ‘The New Generation Festival’ which will be […]

It Was The Artist, Not The Album: Kendrick Lamar’s Pulitzer Prize

The Pulitzer prize is arguably one of the greatest honours a writer can possibly receive. During this year’s ceremony on Monday, something unbelievable happened – the music category award, usually […]

Easter Weekend in London

In need of plans this Easter Weekend? Well have I got some exciting news for you! D&D London have the perfect line-up of gastronomical delights and live music at Avenue […]

GoldFish at Electric Brixton

Ahead of their upcoming event at Electric Brixton on Friday the 16th of March (tomorrow) I had the privilege of interviewing ‘GoldFish’- an electronic duo that create dance music containing […]

The Windmill, Brixton

Personally speaking, the Windmill Brixton is synonymous with grey days. If I know I will be at the Windmill later that week I can expect rain with the precision of […]

ALBUM REVIEW: JONNY GREENWOOD’S ‘PHANTOM THREAD’

★★★★★ “It oozes spellbinding beauty.” Jonny Greenwood’s soundtrack to Phantom Thread marks his fourth collaboration with the director Paul Thomas Anderson. And what a pair these two make. Both are […]

For Music Lovers: Kerouac’s On the Road

On the Road, written by Jack Kerouac, is considered a defining work of the post-war period. Now, in case you are one of the few that has never heard of […]

Live Review: Tom Misch @ Printworks, 20/10/17

Producer, singer-songwriter and DJ Tom Misch has started to gain tremendous (and well deserved) popularity recently, emerging amongst a cluster of new London artists with music that is melodic and […]

HERMIONE’S TOP 3 ALBUMS

This week, we bring the last instalment of our ‘Top 3 Albums’, with Hermione’s list of personal favourites.   Let me start with an important point. The three albums I have listed […]