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Blast From The Past: Man on the Moon II: The

A couple of weeks ago, Kid Cudi released a YouTube video teasing the third instalment of the Man on the Moon trilogy; a trilogy of albums that had commenced with his 2009 debut album, Man on the Moon: The End of Day. And now, his sophomore effort, the 2010 concept album Man on the Moon […]Read More

Has TikTok Made Our Attention Spans Shorter?

During lockdown, TikTok has become one of the most popular apps. If you’re unsure what TikTok is, here is a quick run down of all you need to know: A TikTok is a short video, usually between 15-60 seconds – it can be about pretty much anything (within TikTok’s guidelines). There are new trends on […]Read More

9 Ambient & ASMR Music Soundscape Videos for Relaxation

Some people need absolute silence to be at peace or to work. Others opt for lo-fi beats, classical piano or white noise to help tune their wandering brains. Lately, however, I’ve discovered a section of YouTube that allows me to feel cosy, nostalgic and peaceful, filling dead silences with tingling ASMR noises and relaxing ambient […]Read More

Theatre News: Free Jekyll & Hyde Streaming From The Old

Drew McOnie’s groundbreaking adaptation of Jekyll & Hyde will be free to stream on YouTube from 5th August, courtesy of independent not-for-profit production theatre The Old Vic. The dance thriller combines original music by Grant Olding with McOnie’s Oliver Award-winning choreography and directing. The production was designed by Soutra Gilmour, with sound by Sebastian Frost […]Read More

Theatre In Lockdown: How To Get Your Fix From Home

We’ve all started to accept that trips to the theatre might not go back to the way they were for quite some time. However, the range of theatre that has been made available to livestream during lockdown is somewhat softening the blow. Whether you’re musical mad or have a passion for puppetry, it seems that […]Read More

YouTube announces Free Virtual Film Festival ‘We Are One’

As COVID-19 continues to upset the cinematic calendar, film festivals have been forced to cancel or postpone en masse. In the wake of such disruption, YouTube and Tribeca Enterprises (the organisation behind New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival) have partnered to bring us an entirely virtual film festival named “We Are One: A Global Film […]Read More

Youtuber Nikkietutorials Comes Out

For those of you who aren’t familiar with the stunning Nikkie De Jager, she is one of the most subscribed beauty Youtubers, often referred to by her YouTube username, NikkieTutorials. The Dutch beauty guru went viral in 2015 with her video “The Power Of Make-up”, which discussed the stigma around makeup and those who wear […]Read More

TV Review: Magpies Love Mirrors

This brand new comedy web-series from a small army of Cambridge students not only provides numerous laugh-out-loud moments, but also excitingly messes with conventional comedy form. Magpies Love Mirrors is somewhat of an enigma, blending sketch comedy with recurring characters and storylines, surreal parody with dry wit, that by the final episode, you’re perhaps more confused […]Read More

Interview: Beno

We caught up with intrepid and anonymous urban explorer Beno to get the lowdown on train-surfing, crane-climbing, and his love of progressive houseRead More

From Clickbait to Neistat: Joe Binder eases you into starting

There’s always been something absurdly scary about finding yourself stuck on YouTube, unrestrainedly clicking from video to video in the search for meaningful content. Whether you’re watching Zoella choose what lush bath bomb to use, or browsing a BuzzFeed video titled ‘Eyebrows Throughout History’ (which is an actual thing by the way), there’s nothing scarier […]Read More

The Evolution of Music Videos

We’ve all been on YouTube and suddenly had a song come into our heads. So you search it up, and boom, there’s the song, with accompanying video. However, the phenomenon of putting film to music took a lot longer to develop than putting music to film did. The modern music video is a result of […]Read More

Poem of the Week: Wildfire // Angela Innes

  Angela Innes’ eloquently spoken poetry resonates with many as she covers a wide variety of poetic topics. ‘Wildfire’ epitomises the anger behind feeling a lack of reciprocated love in a relationship and the realisation of it after a break-up. The first stanza establishes the semantic field of artwork. Innes illustrates her insecurities by weaving […]Read More