• Sounds Against Slavery Interview – Kwoli Black

    Sounds Against Slavery is a charity concert organised by the Rights Lab, the first large-scale modern day slavery research team, and the Anti-Slavery Society here at the University of Nottingham. Slavery is still a modern day problem, and the Rights Lab are determined to investigate the issue and why...
  • Sounds Against Slavery Interview – Josh Beale

    Slavery is still an issue in today’s society. Although the face of slavery has changed, more covert cases of slavery are being discovered each day. The University of Nottingham Rights Lab, the first large-scale modern day slavery research team, are committed to investigating slavery, asking questions such as ‘what...
  • Project Lesedi: Interview with Tee Peters and Nebula

    Education is perhaps something that many of us take for granted in the UK, especially for the majority of university students who have been in education for most of their lives. However, many individuals across the world are not as fortunate as us, and have limited access to education...
  • Interview – Palace

    Time has flown by since London-based trio Palace swept into our lives in 2014 with the divine Lost in the Night EP, a startling collection of hypnotic Maccabees-esque tracks that caught the attention of music impresarios Zane Lowe and Annie Mac. Since then, the band, consisting of Leo Wyndham...
  • Women in Music: Interview with The Tuts

    Women in Music, being held on the evening of March 13th at Metronome, is an exciting event that will bring together many female music professionals to discuss problems of diversity within the music industry.  I had the opportunity to have a chat with The Tuts, an all-female band that...
  • Interview – Larkins

    Manchester indie band Larkins have sold out Manchester Academy 2, played festivals across the country and recently ventured into Europe. We caught up with Dom from the band to chat about what they’ve got in store this year. Hi! Who’s in the band and which instruments do you all...
  • Interview – Middle Kids

    As one link in the ever-growing music scene in Australia, indie-rock trio Middle Kids have gained international attention for their energetic DIY-guitar sound, which is omnipresent in debut album Lost Friends, released earlier in May. Having just completed a successful UK and European tour, the rising trio consisting of...