Emily Pirie reviews one of the many Two Door Cinema Club singles that arrived in anticipation of their latest album.
Print editor Richard Ainslie reviews Skepta’s latest album.
“Stop all the pain. How do you stop all the pain?” Dave’s opens his debut album with an inquisition into his own mental health – and the next 51 minutes are spent encouraging the same self-evaluation from his listeners. Appending certain tracks with snippets of a therapy session, Dave leaves facetious hip-hop skits behind in […]
March 20th marked the first day of Spring, and the ever approaching Easter holiday. The words ‘Easter’ and ‘holiday’ used to bring a sigh of relief. Normally, I would be elated to know that a break is around the corner. Easter used to be the time for spontaneously booking holidays with the blanket of the […]
If there is one thing that us British are very keen about discussing it concerns the weather. We love, often every day, to moan about how dreary and how cold it is. For us, the weather is either too cold, too hot, too unreliable or too boring. The weather is never good enough for us. We moan […]
Many filmmakers have attempted to capture what it is to be British, from its eccentric characters to bloody awful weather, but it must be said, it seems only the Brits manage to make the best of these films. From the northern humour to the awkward romance, filmmakers from Danny Boyle to Richard Curtis have managed […]