Monthly Archives: September, 2020

    Ian Brown / Little Seed Big Tree review – ‘No Brownie Points for Latest Single’

    Last week wrinkly rocker Ian Brown came out with the lockdown single ‘Little Seed Big Tree’ and it hasn’t won him many brownie points....

    “Excuse me, Preacher. You got time for a sinner?”: How Evil Follows Religion in ‘The Devil All the Time’

    Hitting our laptop screens last Wednesday, Netflix’s film adaptation of ‘The Devil All the Time’ presents a gothic thriller that opens up the Halloween season with a bang.

    Under the Mask of the British Art Gallery: Will You Feel Safe to Venture out into the Art World?

    An investigation into how our experiences in the British art gallery have been impacted by Coronavirus.

    Student Start-Ups: An Interview with Ravi Shah & Art Attaché

    For this interview, we sat down with Ravi Shah, a recent History of Art graduate and founder of the new arts platform Art Attaché....

    Declan Mckenna / Zeros review – ‘Chaotic Charisma In The Indie Cosmos’

    The UK's Interstellar Indie Saviour Drops Coming-of-Age for Science-Fiction - and Crisps. Our Rating: ▪▪▪▫▫

    Tenet Review: All I have for you is a word… Nolan!

    A - review - of - Christopher - Nolan's - most - recent - cinematic - outing... - ▪▪▪▪▫

    The Shadow of Propaganda: A Short Interpretation of Yinka Shonibare’s The British Library

    All artwork has a political dimension, no matter the intention of the creator or the work itself, all artwork is unavoidably political. I had the privilege of viewing Yinka Shonibare’s magnificent installation The British Library before lockdown began...

    Track Review: BTS’s New Track ‘Dynamite’ is, well… Dynamite!

    BTS explodes onto the scene with the release of record-breaking 'Dynamite'

    The Problem With Democracy

    The Problem With Democracy by Rhys Clark: Mr Whittaker's English lecture is about to be complicated by the arrival of a gun - wielding psychopath. His students will soon be taught a different lesson, one that will throw their lives into considerable doubt...

    How Beirut’s Art Scene was Reduced to Rubble

    A review of the events in Beirut, their impact on the city's art scene, and the lacklustre relief that has been offered.

    Kanye West’s #Vision2020: Is there Room for Music in Politics?

    A Dissection and Discussion of the Music, Politics and Celebrity of Kanye West's 2020 Presidential Run

    The Mollusc and the Crawfish: Fragments from a Lost Epic

    The Mollusc and the Crawfish: Fragments from a Lost Epic, a Poem by Brett Mottram.

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