• “Whores in This House”: The Cardi B Track Empowering Women and Enraging Prudes

    Gloriously lewd and seeped in feminist sentiment, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s WAP has ridden controversy to the top. Whilst many have lamented its lyrics are too salacious for young ears, Miranda Harrington contends that the track is a vital celebration of female pleasure and sexuality. ...
  • The Best Soundtracks To Study To

    Alongside the start of a new academic year, many students will find themselves easing back into regular studying habits. If studying in student accommodation, then you might find yourself being distracted by background noises or just simply in need of creating an atmosphere that allows you to work efficiently. ...
  • Spotlight on UoN A Cappella

    Daisy Forster & Sultan Chaudhury   Daisy speaks to Sully from the University of Nottingham’s A Cappella Society to find out what it’s like to perform in a real life ‘Pitch Perfect’. Read on to find out more about this unique and contemporary approach to choral singing! What is...
  • Album Review: Declan McKenna – Zeros

    Myron Winter-Brownhill reviews Declan McKenna's new album, 'Zeros'....
  • Album Review: The Magic Gang – Death Of The Party

    Joe Hughes reviews The Magic Gang's 'Death of the Party'...
  • Record Store Day 2020 – Rhianna’s Top Picks

    Rhianna Greensmith Like many other yearly events, Record Store Day (RSD) 2020 as we normally know it had to be cancelled. Yet, instead of forfeiting the vinyl tradition celebrating over 200 of the UK’s indie record stores by releasing limited edition records for avid collectors to get their hands...
  • Album Review: The Japanese House – Chewing Cotton Wool

    Rhianna Greensmith As the first release since their critically acclaimed debut album Good at Falling, The Japanese House (project of solo artist Amber Bain) wows again. Where Good at Falling was her self-labelled break-up album, this EP masquerades as a stunning portrait of ‘coming out of a relationship and...