Album Review: Miss Anthropocene (Rave Edition) // Grimes

Bringing in the New Year with brand-new take on an already original album, electropop artist Grimes has released a revised version of her 2020 album, Miss Anthropocene. The remixed album entitled Miss Anthropocene (Rave Edition) offers a side to Grimes’ melancholic music that has been previously hinted at, but never before given the spotlight.  In […]Read More

Late Night Show Hosts Ridicule Trump Amid Latest Scandal

On January 4 2021, several late-night show hosts took the chance to convey concern to their audiences over recent political incidents involving President Donald Trump Referring to a recently leaked phone recording between the President and Georgia’s Secretary of State, The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon introduced news of the scandal with the sarcastic quip: “Apparently every January, Trump’s […]Read More

Gossip Girl Returns to TV in New HBO Reboot

2000s culture has seen a booming comeback in recent years, with appearances ranging from 00s inspired ‘y2k fashion’ to Instagram-bred Bratz doll makeup trends. Accompanying this nostalgia-fuelled cultural renaissance are some of our previously loved television shows, that have likewise been resurrected for a return to the screen. Following in the footsteps of shows such […]Read More

Ubisoft Remove Helen Lewis Collaboration Following Fan Criticism

Ubisoft has decided to terminate their relationship with British journalist Helen Lewis following fan uproar over her presence in the new game Watch Dogs: Legion. The developer has decided to pull their previously recorded collaboration with Lewis who was to appear as a voice actor for two in-game podcasts discussing the threat of fascism inside the […]Read More

The World’s First Virtual Museum Is Officially Open

This weekend, in the wake of a second government ordered lockdown, the Virtual Online Museum of Art (VOMA) opened its doors, free of charge, to audiences everywhere. The museum, founded by British artist Stuart Semple, boasts its official status as the “world’s first entirely virtual art museum”, and is created in collaboration with architect Emily […]Read More

‘The Chop’ – new Sky History show pulled over Neo-Nazi

Sky History has temporarily cancelled the further airing of their new show The Chop following viewer outrage at a contestant’s tattoos – and their resemblance to Neo-Nazi symbolism. The premise of the show is simple. A number of woodworking professionals are eliminated each week in a Great British Bake-off style competition to become Britain’s top woodworker, with […]Read More