• Moscow: the City of Contrasts

    What do you think when you hear the word ‘Moscow’? It may be the Kremlin’s clock tower, Lenin’s mausoleum or a church that looks like a gingerbread house, but this is definitely not the full list of the places worth visiting. You never know where will you end up:...
  • 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...
  • Live Review: Avenged Sevenfold, Motorpoint Arena (18/01/17)

    Before this gig, I’d never listened to Avenged Sevenfold. My only reason for securing a ticket was to see special guests (and metal legends) In Flames and Disturbed. Before continuing, I’d like to mention that the production of the show was unparalleled by any show I’ve seen before: the lights,...
  • Live Review: Five Seconds Of Summer, Capital FM Arena (12/04/2016)

    Five Seconds of Summer are a big, international name in music. They undoubtedly belong to the ‘boyband’ genre – one that relentlessly demands good looks and a pop sound – yet they have managed to carve a reputation that lifts them above this often laughed at label through the novelty...