• An Open Letter to Maroon 5: ‘Cold’ Review, and the Inevitability of Changing Artistry

    Oh, Maroon 5 – it doesn’t usually matter when a band or artist changes – you’ve proved that plenty of times yourselves since your days as Kara’s Flowers – but it does when you move into the blandest, most derivative direction possible, so much so that this ‘change’ is...
  • If nature was built by machines

    We have sculpted our planet since the beginnings of human existence, and in doing so have changed so many ecosystems that the earth’s stability is now reliant upon human intervention. More than ever before, conservation institutions have to work tirelessly, and often unsuccessfully in attempts to remediate the anthropogenic...
  • What Does the Future of Fashion Magazines Hold?

    As popular publication In Style has recently announced its’ departure from the traditional print format, there is one very important question being asked: are our favourite print magazines truly suffering at the hands of their digital counterparts and what are we doing to save them? Unfortunately, it is not...
  • Album Review: Chance The Rapper – Coloring Book

    “Chancellor The Rapper, please say The Rapper” is back at it again with the dope mixtapes. Chance the Rapper is a Chicago native who has seen an exponential growth in fame and talent ever since dropping his 10 Day mixtape which he recorded whilst on a 10 day suspension from...
  • Album Review: The Game – The Documentary 2

    The decade long sequel to The Game’s breakthrough 2003 album The Documentary has been well appreciated by many critics but is it all it’s cracked up to be? Is it on the same level as his previous works such as the original Documentary album or even the 2012 tape...
  • Album Review: Drake & Future – What A Time To Be Alive

    This joint project from Future and Drake represents the coming together of two of the biggest artists in hip-hop right now. Future himself had come off releasing 3 acclaimed projects culminating in the Billboard 200 chart topping DS2. On the other hand, Drake’s year saw him doing what Drake...
  • Album Review: Future – Dirty Sprite 2

    Its 2015, and hip-hop is having something of a personality crisis. Rappers like Czarface and Kendrick Lamar are dropping classics made from the vintage hip-hop facets of lyricism and hard, soulful beats. Rappers like Drake, Young Thug and Future meanwhile are making it big despite having neither of these...