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March 25, 2019

26-year-old Italian born artist Fil Bo Riva has dropped his first full album last Friday- March 22nd.  It is a tour-de-force. The energy is best summed up in the climax of the album, L’impossibile, a raw song that makes you want to sing of Italian heartbreak on your no...

March 11, 2019

Felicity Aston is the kind of person you could chat with all day – I almost did. She is warm-hearted, extremely bright, and utterly fascinating. She is a woman that has had brushes with polar bears and has trekked through the Peruvian jungle; Felicity Aston is a role m...

January 11, 2019

Reasons To Go: It is really cool. Unlike the rest of Europe (sorry guys), Iceland is genuinely unique and has a weird sort of vibe that seems to pervade the people and places. You can sate the adrenaline junkie in you or indulge in a hot spring for hours uninterrupted....

January 11, 2019

Reasons To Go: It may be a tiny city in Eastern Europe that you have never even heard of, but isn’t that part of the charm? The classically medieval architecture will lend itself to some killer photos, and (bonus!) the ferry to Helsinki is only an hour long (two countr...

January 9, 2019

Reasons To Go: Why not? You’re a 45-minute flight away, you literally land before you’ve taken off (gotta love time zones). Planes not your thing? There are no excuses here, because Eurostar offers cheap deals (think £29 one-way) all the time. It is kind of a rite of p...

December 1, 2018

Blues rock band, The Americans, recently finished their international tour opening for St. Paul & The Broken Bones. Read the review here. I sat down with them for a quick chat before their show. Getting to know the trio was a delightful experience as they were down to...

November 20, 2018

Self-proclaimed rock band, the Americans, opened for St Paul and the Broken Bones last night at the Roundhouse Theatre in Camden. Each outfitted in a plain white T, blue Levi's jeans, and deep brown work boots, they looked the picture of American blue collar, exactly h...

February 12, 2018

As the title suggests, the Vagina monologues was less of a play and more of a series of one sided discussions of female sexuality. Taken from hundreds of interviews with women (and those that identify as women) from ages 5 to 95, the unconventional format was fitting f...

October 12, 2017

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If you’ve been to the Tate Modern you’ve probably felt a little overwhelmed by the vast space that is the Turbine Hall. The Danish trio SUPERFLEX have utilised this place for what they have called “intelligent fun,”aka SWINGS!

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