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Sally Rooney Announces New Novel

Sally Rooney, author of Normal People, will be releasing her third novel in September. Rooney’s UK publisher Faber announced on Tuesday that the novel will be titled Beautiful World, Where Are You. It will follow the story of friends Alice and Eileen, as they navigate their twenties and an uncertain political and economic climate. Faber […]Read More

Season Three Of ‘The Boys’ May Be Underway

Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, rumours have begun to emerge that season three of fan-favourite Amazon Prime series The Boys has begun filming. Fans of the darkly comic superhero series The Boys, which presents a more likely picture of how arrogant ‘Supes’ (superheroes) might coexist alongside the rest of us, finally have cause to hope […]Read More

Simple Yet Mesmerising, ‘Away’ Is An Animated Triumph: Review

The further that modern Western animation has strayed from traditional hand-drawn animation, the more it has honed in on one particular aesthetic. The big studios favouring 3D animation want to reflect an identical cartoonish reality. Animation has, in some regards, become monolithic. There are exceptions to this massive generalisation. The Irish animation studio Cartoon Saloon, […]Read More

Album Review: Cor // ANAVITÓRIA

Released as a surprise at midnight on New Year’s Day, Anavitória’s fourth studio album, Cor (Colour), is a celebration of love in all of its forms and colours. The surprise release, teased on the duo’s Instagram account, is typical of the band’s metaphorical and whimsical style – one which is present in all aspects of […]Read More

Album Review: evermore // Taylor Swift

In a year clouded with uncertainty, isolation and loneliness, the richly weaved stories of folklore has been the cardigan I wrap around myself while I escape into the earthy imagery of Taylor Swift’s surprise eighth album. As the dark nights of winter have closed in, I have found myself regularly retreating into the sonic sanctuary […]Read More

Track Review: Hard To Explain // Dust In The Sunlight

London-based indie-pop duo Dust In The Sunlight round off a surreal year with an atmospheric take on The Strokes’ hit single ‘Hard To Explain’. With a perfect balance of euphoric harmonies, the duo teamed up with Essex-based producer Tom Donovan to curate a beautiful blend of soft instrumentalism and lilting vocals. The duo contains singer-songwriters […]Read More

Game News: Sims Fans in South Korea Raise Concerns about

After a few days of teasing The Sims 4 has announced their newest expansion pack Sims 4: Snowy Escape. On the surface, this pack has got fans excited. Skiing, trains and a new building style vastly different from the American suburb that is usually seen in the game.  Snowy Escape has a large focus on […]Read More

KAYTRANADA reveals instrumental version of album ‘BUBBA’

Producer and artist KAYTRANADA has released an instrumental version of his critically acclaimed 2019 album BUBBA. The LP was praised for its collaborative efforts, with the likes of Pharrell Williams, Estelle, Tinashe, Kali Uchis and more featuring on the original record. However, this time around we get to experience KAYTRANADA’s exquisite fusion of hip hop and dance beats […]Read More

Single Review: Breton Stripe // Saint Saviour

Saint Saviour’s latest release ‘Breton Stripe’ was released at the end of last month. Along with four other singles, ‘Breton Stripe’ will appear on her upcoming album Tomorrow Again. This song is expertly crafted with moments of softness, melancholy and frustration with a stunning blend of instruments; it is both personal and powerful.  ‘Breton Stripe’ […]Read More

Single Review: Joy Is You // Oscar Jerome

‘Joy Is You’ is the new single from extremely talented guitarist and vocalist Oscar Jerome. This is the fifth single and closing song from incoming debut album Breathe Deep which will be released on 14th August. Released on Friday 3rd July, ‘Joy Is You’ is a lighter, more stripped-down sound coming from the South-London based artist, […]Read More

EP Review: Down Long Enough // Re.decay

Down Long Enough is the highly anticipated EP from rising funk hip-hop production duo, Re.decay. The EP brings together a diversity of featured artists, blending skilful musicianship to create great hooks, and we can comfortably say it’s some of the highest levels of production we’ve heard. Released last Friday (26th June), it had big expectations based […]Read More

Single Review: Summer (and a sunny side of you) //

The indie-folk duo Stables released an acoustic single, ‘Summer (and a sunny side of you)’, on 12th June. The track feels gloriously sunny and relaxed with its stripped back, beachy sound. The vocals seamlessly blend with the acoustic guitar, inviting the listener to reminisce on past summers. The repeated line “Katie always said I was […]Read More