Where Science + Art Collide: Science Gallery London

Science Gallery London is a new space for 15-25 year olds in the heart of London, which hosts creativity inspired by scientific research. Firstly, could you tell us in only 10 words about Science Gallery London… Science Gallery London is where art and science collide. Now’s your chance to expand, with a more in depth…

Big Kitty: An album review

Words by Bella Spencer Art courtesy of Big Kitty and William Joseph Johnson Excelsior Breeze Catcher is the third album by released by Tennessee/Alabama native Big Kitty, and his first album as a father. As we chatted over email he told me how being a father has completely changed everything about his life and the huge…

The Deslondes – Hurry Home – Album Review

Words by James Shakeshaft Art courtesy of New West. I first came across this 5 piece after meeting Sam Doores whilst he was touring with Hurray for The Riff Raff in Manchester back in 2014. In that evening my musical horizons were broadened. After all, it’s not every day you see a cowboy slinking down…

AGP: New singles, a review and a chat

By Bella Spencer The summer is coming (despite the rain’s best attempts to dampen our spirits and our BBQs) which means it’s time to start tinkering away at those playlists to accompany your late night hangouts. Before you strain your brain thinking of the first track, look no further than the new singles from AGP….

Album Review: Stratopshere

Duster are a quiet band who left a quiet impression on rock music and died off leaving a few rare albums which devoted fans/attackers of capitalism let loose into the internet as mp3 files and overly emotional posts on music forums whilst drunk.[1] The earliest recordings, according to untrustworthy property listings on these files, seem…

This Will Leave You Feeling Happy (Meal Ltd)

Last night, around 120 students, plus a few mature fans, took over an unassuming pub on a residential road in Brixton. These students had surpassed the point of hipsterism and were simply beautiful, happy, and probably very wankered. They were gathered in The Windmill in Brixton to listen to Happy Meal Ltd– not Macdonald’s first…