Category : In The Middle

Review: Matter of Bodies/Bodies that Matter

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With a promise to explore ‘the body as object, as landscape, and as commodity’, the artists behind Matter of Bodies | Bodies that Matter had a lot to fit into the confines of LS6’s intimate events space.   On entry, you are confronted with a video montage considerately entitled ‘If … Read More

Review: The Grapes of Wrath – Steinbeck comes to Leeds

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The West Yorkshire Playhouse’s latest production is an adaption of John Steinbeck’s classic American novel The Grapes of Wrath. The play follows the progress of the Joad family as they travel west across America, fleeing the ravages of the Dust Bowl which has devastated the Great Plains. On their journey, … Read More

Single Review: Strip That Down by Liam Payne

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It’s been a busy week for One Direction fans- and this is whilst the band are on hiatus. Liam Payne is the last member of 1D to release solo material, and the one whose new direction is perhaps the most surprising. He’s gone for r&b influenced pop, collaborating with the … Read More

In The Middle with Luke Sital-Singh

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Luke Sital-Singh is a British singer-songwriter that has been making waves ever since his early EPs caused a buzz among publications like The Guardian and BBC’s Radio 1 and Radio 6. After the release of his second album, Time Is a Riddle, Anika Vadukul chatted to Luke Sital-Singh about inspirations, motivations, and emojis. … Read More

Luke Sital-Singh @ Belgrave, 18/05/17

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If there’s anything more impressive than literally just playing the guitar, then it’s playing the guitar with your eyes closed. Luke Sital-Singh wowed the audience with his stunning lyrics and angelic voice at the Belgrave Music Hall. He played to a room filled with fans of all ages as they … Read More

Harry Styles by Harry Styles

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After Zayn, it’s Harry’s turn. The highly anticipated solo debut, Harry Styles, has finally been released and it isn’t disappointing. Growing up with artists such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd, I have always been surrounded by good music. But when I started my teenage years I fell … Read More

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: What Now…? Technology’s plan to take over fashion retail

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The first step was online shopping, and although it first seemed little competition for the trusty catalogue, it wasn’t long before the likes of ASOS became our go-to for a new party dress. The likes of Depop then sprang up on the mobile, followed shortly by increasing amounts of wearable … Read More

Butter Side Up w/ Call Super at Wire 19/05

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Leeds clubbing institution Butter Side Up’s booking policy rarely disappoints. While in recent years the party’s musical direction has shifted more toward the more minimal end of the house and techno spectrum, they never fail to grasp the opportunity to bring the selector of the moment to Wire when available. … Read More

Evita Shines at Leeds Grand Theatre

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With the election on everybody’s mind, Evita was the perfect musical to be performed at Leeds Grand Theatre  – unless Corbyn the Musical decides to tour anytime soon. Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s politically charged musical takes an autobiographical look of the first lady of Argentina, Eva Peron. Narrated … Read More

Perfectionism: a toxic ideal

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Eve discusses the vague meaning of the term ‘perfect’, and how it can control your life unnecessarily.  The etymology of the word ‘perfect’ is interesting. It comes from the Latin word ‘perfectus’ which means ‘completed’. However, in today’s society it means something much more complex than just ‘completing’ an action. … Read More