Ollie Leader De Saxe print music editor reviews Idles’ latest album.
To add to the austerity streak that the Tory government had made the UK internationally renown for, Oliver comments on the longstanding desire for increased social segregation and stratification that the party has demonstrated through years in power. Comparing past and new government Tories, here is a look over the most recent fiasco involving the jeopardy of young futures, and how incompetence made by the refusal to sack useless yes-men caused the penalty of A-level grades in poorer areas.
Exeter Las Iguanas and Café Rouge to close permanently Las Iguanas and Café Rouge will not reopen their franchise restaurants in Exeter after parent company Casual Dining Group entered administration and was taken over by new subsidiary The Big Table. The news comes as the Bella Italia owner closes 91 of its 250 restaurants across […]
Print Music Editor Oliver Leader de Saxe breaks down the origins of the most powerful men in the world
Print Music Editor Oliver Leader de Saxe decides if the hype surrounding indie up-and-comers is worth it on their debut record
As protests continue to rock Hong Kong and Beijing gears up for a crackdown, Oliver Leader de Saxe evaluates the state of affairs in this unique city, and whether or not it can hold onto its cherished autonomy from mainland China.
Oliver Leader de Saxe explores the concept of rainbow capitalism and whether corporations support is more than superficial.
Oliver Leader de Saxe explores the controversy spawned by the production of Justice League and discusses the merits of the recently announced ‘Snyder Cut’.
Oliver Leader de Saxe suggests a film to avoid during lockdown: Zach Snyder’s Sucker Punch
Oliver Leader de Sax discusses genre-blending following rumours about Kenrick Lamar’s upcoming rock-influence