• Why I will always be envious of my mother’s style

    With mother’s day approaching, I have decided that my gift to her is me admitting that she has, and always will have better style then me. Dress to Impress ‘You can never be overdressed’ is the clichéd catchphrase that epitomizes my mother’s style. Her confidence and glamorous persona are...
  • EP Review: Lizzy Farrall – All I Said Was Never Heard

    Across only five tracks, Lizzy Farrall makes a lasting impression with her first EP All I Said Was Never Heard. Inspired by situations experienced during her teenage years, Farrall explores relationships and the turbulence of youth with a beautiful mix of angst and heart-breaking indie vibes. “A beautiful echoing...
  • Album Review: Daughter – Not To Dissapear

    Dark, slow and melancholic, Daughter’s second album, Not To Disappear certainly follows in the footsteps of their first album ‘If You Leave’ by addressing deep and harrowing personal issues such as loneliness, alienation, the emotional destabilisation that follows destructive life events and depression. This album is chilled out and...
  • Live Review: Annie Eve

    Annie Eve brought her ethereal folk rock set to Bodega and utterly mesmerized the crowd with her songs of heartbreak and sour relationships. With an immensely popular and much talked about appearance at Glastonbury this summer, it was a sin how few people turned up to see Annie Eve...
  • Thank God It’s Spotifriday #1

    Here we have our latest weekly feature: a mix-tape of what we’ve been listening to this week. You’ll find current bands we’ve reviewed, acts in the news, bands we like and no doubt a guilty pleasure or two. This weeks playlist is brought to you by Adam, and ranges...