Emily Pririe gives her verdict on Declan Mckenna’s latest single
Painting the way to positive mental health: the Hockney approach
Emily Pirie explores how Hockney’s paintings of spring represent the resilience and strength that can be found through art
Light of Love, Florence + The Machine Song Review
Emily Pirie reviews Florence and the Machine’s latest single.
Lockdown Reading List
Arts + Lit writers share their recommendations for the best books to get you through quarantine.
Album Review: Matt Maltese – Krystal
Emily Pirie reviews Matt Maltese’s latest album
Black History Month Literature
In celebration of Black History Month, Emily Pirie looks at Alice Walker’s ‘The Colour Purple’.
100 Years of Salinger
Online Lifestyle Editor, Emily Pirie, takes a look at how J.D. Slainger’s ‘The Catcher in The Rye’ has affected our society on his 100th anniversary.
Single Review: Two Door Cinema Club – Dirty Air
Emily Pirie reviews one of the many Two Door Cinema Club singles that arrived in anticipation of their latest album.
Album Review: Weyes Blood – Titanic Rising
It’s been four years since Natalie Mering, the soulful voice behind Weyes Blood released more music into the world. With the dawn of April, this soon changed, for which the avid fans and new fans alike are eternally grateful. Titanic Rising is a surreal concoction of magical realism, sultry tones, and psychedelic folk that lulls […]
Review: ‘Port’ @ Maketank
On the evening of the 22nd of March, Exeter was transported to Stockport, glimpsing into a world of Northern dialects, teenage anxieties and gritty drama. With a passionate and compelling cast from EUTC leading the show, the audience watched Billy and Rachel grow up in a town, a town that fills them simultaneously with joy […]