Category : In The Middle

Villanelle’s Killer Style

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Katherine Keir looks at how Phoebe de Gaye chose to style Killing Eve‘s lead villain, and how this contributes to her strong female character. Thrilling, sexy, high stakes and high fashion; Killing Eve has got everyone talking. The series from Fleabag writer Phoebe Waller Bridge has already been confirmed for … Read More

Review. Stacey Dooley Investigates: Fashion’s Dirty Secrets.

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In the wake of last week’s global scientific conference giving us 12 years before climate change becomes irreversible, a documentary on the effects of the global fashion industry could not seem more poignant. Stacey Dooley Investigates: Fashion’s Dirty Secrets is a harrowing insight into the realities behind something that all … Read More

Do Art Galleries Cost Too much?

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There is no doubt that public art comes at a price. But when this price leaves you little change from £100 for a family day-out, are we costing young people more than just their creative development and community engagement? Tristram Hunt, director of the V&A, doesn’t seem to think so. … Read More

Mandy Is A Hit & Miss Thriller That Keeps You Guessing

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Mandy is, truly, one of the strangest films I have ever seen. Taking inspiration from the quirky yet dark beats of Darren Aronofsky, this second cinematic entry from writer-director Panos Cosmatos does not hold itself back from pushing the boundaries of the modern thriller genre. The brave steps taken in … Read More

Black Honey descend on Church | 18/10/18

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On a cold Thursday night, the doors of Church opened to welcome a sensational line-up of RUSSO, PINS and the visionary Black Honey. The beauty that ensued held testament to the roofless talent and flair of each of the bands, and it was certainly a night to be remembered. First … Read More

InTheMiddle with Tom Grennan

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Tom Grennan has been on a rollercoaster of a journey in the last few years. From headlining Barn on the Farm, to breaking the World Record for playing the most gigs in 12 hours, to now selling out Leeds’ own O2 Academy, Tom Grennan is anxious to begin his tour … Read More

Novo Amor’s ‘Birthplace’ is Beautiful Atmospheric Folk

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Novo Amor goes on a journey and takes you with him. On Birthplace, the chord progressions and the changing dynamics make you feel as if you are following right behind, step by step, in admiration. Crescendos build you up to pull you back down again, leaving you fulfilled and pensive … Read More

Absurdist Satire Rules in John Grant’s ‘Love Is Magic’

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John Grant’s latest solo album Love Is Magic has something for everyone; from funk and alt rock to wavy synths and videogame music, acoustic guitars and bouncing beats – the album focuses on themes of transformation, temporariness, and escape, tying the whole thing together with a satirical style and casual … Read More

Connan Mockasin’s ‘Jassbusters’ Is Strangely Beautiful

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Mockasin’s album is borne out of a lo-fi short film created by the man himself, which is in short about a failing student trying to impress his creepy music teacher. Jassbusters is the teacher’s band, intended to sound novice, but instead comes to us as a mellow, lamenting project, glimmering … Read More

Banksy In The Bin: The Infamous Shredding Picture

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Banksy is arguably the most iconic street artist of our time, who still remains anonymous, (although is probably Robert Del Naja, 52-year-old member of trip-hop trio Massive Attack, sorry for the spoilers). International headlines have recently been captured by his latest anti-capitalist controversy. At Southeby’s Auction House on Saturday 6th … Read More