Megan Frost reviews Nick Mulvey’s latest single.
Online Music Editor, Megan Frost, discusses some of her favourite pieces of art in children’s literature.
Exeposé Music Writers discuss their top ten albums of the decade
Online Music Editor Megan Frost reviews Scouting For Girls at The Lemon Grove
Online Music Editor Megan Frost reviews Jadu Heart’s latest album
To mark Black History Month, the university will be putting on a series of events across October on topics such as black history in the UK and intersectionality’s links to disability, mental health, LGBTQ+, and gender. Black History Month is a celebration on a nationwide scale to strive for change and further inclusion. Launching off […]
Online Music Editor Megan Frost reviews Spector’s latest single
Online editor Megan Frost reviews Two Door Cinema Club’s latest album
The Bauhaus movement, formed in the 20th century, was rooted in concerns over manufacturing and its soullessness; the movement aimed to unite the soul of fine art with more functional creations. It has stimulated rethinking the meaning of art, typically thought of as humanities, by fusing it together with more research-based science. The Bauhaus school […]
Entertain You, Bronze Radio Returns’ sixth album, is an exhilarating and euphoric blend of fresh genres. Reminiscing upon The Buggles’ 1980 hit ‘Video Killed the Radio Star’, lamenting television usurping radio, Bronze Radio Return is a resurrection of the same nostalgia of the “radio star”; a “star”, indeed, within the Entertain You album cover bearing […]