All posts tagged Taylor Swift

I Can Never Die, I’m Chuck Norris

FUCK THE GOVERNMENT AND FUCK BORIS Editor’s Note – We here at the CUB Magazine Music Section welcome any and all ideologies, except fascism and those which are just fascism in […]

Exclusive Interview: Amy Lawton @ Coffee House Sessions.

Amy Lawton, a fellow member of QMUL, joins us as part of the Coffee House Sessions Tour. Amy spoke with us at CUB before her performance at the Griff Inn […]

Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination

The first Monday in May is arguably the biggest night in Fashion. Doubling as both a way to raise money for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New […]

Taylor Swift and her Girl Gang: The Rise of Insta-Feminism

Contemporary culture has given feminism a massive rebrand. Gone are the days of the man-hating feminazi stereotype. Instead, to be a feminist is to be cool. This new ‘trendy’ feminism […]

Coffee House Sessions Interview #6 – John Nicholas

Providing some free music to get you through Reading Week, this week’s Coffee House Session is with Cardiff singer-songwriter John Nicholas. Singing in both Welsh and English, John is currently […]

In Conversation With: The Hummingbirds

Hattie sat down with Michael, Matty and Ryan from The Hummingbirds before their Bush Hall gig supporting Ryley Walker. Having grown up in Liverpool’s vibrant music scene the guys chatted […]

A Red Carpet Masterclass: Taylor Swift

Whether you’re a full-on professional Swifty addicted to break-up anthems such as ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ and ‘22’ or a devilish internet troll who sees Red whenever […]