• Film Review: Deadpool 2

    How do you write a sequel to the highest grossing R-rated film of all time? This was the task given to director David Leitch. On Tuesday 15th the merc with the mouth, played by Ryan Reynolds returned to cinemas in Deadpool 2 to fight the time traveller Cable (Josh...
  • Live Review: MØ, Rescue Rooms (16/10/2016)

    MØ (pronounced Muh for the non-Scandinavian) released her debut album two years ago in 2014. Within that time, she has managed to spark quite a musical revolution. Today, MØ holds the title (along with Major Lazer) for the m(Ø)st streamed song in Spotify’s history with ‘Lean On’, amassing in...
  • Album Review: James Blake – The Colour In Anything

    Enriched by gorgeous watercolour artwork from veteran illustrator and namesake Quentin, The Colour In Anything is James Blake’s much awaited, seventy-minute, return. Professed favourite of Kanye West, few in electronic pop have had as much impact as Blake upon the sound palate of the output of their peers. In...
  • Album Review: Justin Bieber – Purpose

    Justin Bieber is a Canadian singer songwriter. Purpose, his fourth studio LP and first in three years, sees him coming off the back of three tepidly received, but smash hit records. A lot of Bieber’s output is in his marketing; the campaign for even the first single of this record...
  • Festival Review: Bestival

    Festival-goers wave goodbye to a symphonic summer after Bestival 2015. The self-proclaimed Best Festival, situated on the picturesque Isle of Wight, may have just lived up to its name. From farfetched fanfares to wacky weddings, this gathering was so much more than the music. If you have never been,...
  • Live Review: Four Tet / Skrillex, Camden Underworld, London (5/4/15)

    Announced around the April 1st, Four Tet and Skrillex playing a back to back set seemed a crudely obvious April Fool’s Day prank. Though, continuing the tendency both DJs have to be unusual, it actually went ahead. Jammed into the 500 capacity Camden Underworld, a step down from Skrillex’s...
  • Live Review: Leeds Festival 2013

    Leeds Festival 2013 will probably be remembered by a large chunk of its guests for one overriding reason – the weather. The torrential rain and thunderstorms resulted in what was essentially a large scale swamp with the occasional floating tent and knee-deep trilby-wearer. However, it would be unfair for...