Track Review: Car // HI SIENNA

HI SIENNA, the brightly dressed, alt-pop band from Manchester, have given us an exclusive listen to their new song ‘Car’, which is now available on Spotify and Apple Music.  Read more: Interview – HI SIENNA HI SIENNA’s songs ‘Favourite Thing’ and ‘Love Sick’ are energetic and vibrant, with a strong bass, lively guitar riffs and […]Read More

Introducing: Maya Hawke

Introducing: Maya HawkeHometown: New YorkListen to: ‘By Myself’, ‘Coverage’, ‘So Long’ Maya Hawke, 21-year-old actress, model and singer-songwriter is set to release her debut album Blush on 19th June. All proceeds from her merchandise will go to The Food Bank for New York City; you can get your hands on a t-shirt, CD, vinyl or […]Read More

Interview: HI SIENNA

HI SIENNA — an alt-pop band from Manchester, consisting of Poppy Jo (vocals), Ste Darling (guitar), Si James (drums) and Charlie Ellis (bass) — are still finding inspiration during the emotional time of Coronavirus by taking up new hobbies in video games, spending time with their 9-month-old baby, or developing a newfound love for whisky.  […]Read More

The Murder of George Floyd & How to be an

The murder of George Floyd has rocked America. The 46-year-old unarmed black man died in police custody, as a white officer handcuffed and kneeled on Floyd’s neck for several minutes, despite saying that he could not breathe. The initial issue arose when a grocery store clerk thought he cashed in a fake $20 bill. However, […]Read More

TV Review: Mindhunter Season 2

The question is: is it human nature to be enticed by sadistic, creepy, yet charming serial killers that psychology, TV and film show us today? The truth: it’s just human nature to want to be in the know. The term ‘serial killer’ first appeared in a 1981 Times report discussing Wayne Williams, who was implicated in […]Read More

TV Review: Atypical Series 1

It’s highly possible that there are people who think Atypical romanticises autism, however in reality what Netflix have done is epitomise the life changing path of a typical teenager. For sure, being 18 years old and seeking a full time ‘practise girlfriend’ alongside his avid interest in the Antarctic, is not the perfect scenario for a […]Read More

Film Review: Everything, Everything

It’s boy meets girl story with a uniquely inspiring, yet devastatingly real shadow that envelops the plot line. Whilst director Stella Meghie hasn’t been noticed in the film industry until 2016 when she released her first film, ‘Jean of the Joneses‘, it is reassuring to know that the 2017 film Everything, Everything will most definitely be […]Read More