• What is Latinx music?

    Emily explores the extents of the term ‘Latinx’ and variations within this exciting emalgamation of genres. When I first volunteered to write this article, I did not fully realise what I got myself into. An article about “The rise of Latinx music”, I thought I would just talk about...
  • Halloween Around the World!

    Halloween is celebrated annually on the 31st of October and whilst it might seem like just an excuse to dress up, or for an all-nighter at Crisis, the tradition is much more widespread. Rather than trick-or-treating sweets from the neighbors you never speak to, for many, the festival’s importance...
  • Geotagging: The New Insta Craze?

    You cannot deny that the world is filled with absolutely stunning places. Even if we cannot afford to visit these far-flung destinations in person, each and every one of us are blessed to be able to see it online instead, and to remain informed about our beautiful planet. It...
  • Catalan independence: an explanation

    On the 1st of October, 90% of Catalans who voted in the region’s independence referendum voted in favour of secession from Spain, despite Spanish authorities shutting down polling stations and confiscating ballot boxes.   The Spanish government suppressed the referendum, calling it illegal, undemocratic, and unconstitutional. Despite this, Carles Puigdemont, President of Catalonia,...
  • A Foodie Abroad

    I was very excited to go on my first holiday in two years, to visit the Costa Del Sol in Southern Spain and enjoy the hot weather. But let’s be honest, I was mostly excited about the food. Here are the food highlights of my trip; all traditional cuisine available...
  • Album Review: Hinds – Leave Me Alone

    The highly anticipated debut LP from Madrid garage-rock group Hinds, released on 8th January, has arrived to continue into 2016 the incredible momentum that the band realised last year. Since having to change their name at the end of 2014 for legal reasons, the Spanish four-piece have certainly maintained...
  • British Exports: Spain’s British Footballers

    It was at the end of the 19th century when British men who worked at the mines in the southern region of Huelva started to play football. So thank you, Britain. You introduced to us in Spain this marvellous sport. Not officialised until 1889, the men’s passion reached its summit with...