Category : In The Middle

Leeds ‘Pay As You Feel’ Food Market: Getting Creative to Save the Planet

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Start making YOUR difference to food waste with the ‘Pay as you Feel’ Project. The Pay As You Feel Food Market and the Real Junk Food Emporium is an extremely creative and innovative way of minimising food waste! Although the organisation is global the Leeds Pay As You Feel Food … Read More

Bad Sounds: Helping you to Get Better

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Bad Sounds’ frontmen, and brothers, sit down with our writer Lucy Ingram before their halloween show at Brudenell Social Club to talk about their tour and debut album, Get Better. Defining Bad Sounds’ music is a tricky task. The fresh, infectious band evades easy categorisation, saying “we don’t identify as an indie … Read More

Rosalía Releases New Album, El Mal Querer

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Rosalía, at the young age of 25, keeps making history and excelling in her music career; after the success of ‘Malamente’ and ‘Pienso en Tu Mirá’, the release of her second album has left nobody indifferent. El Mal Querer, produced by Rosalía herself and her collaborator Pablo ‘El Guicho’, is … Read More

It’s Okay to Stress About Stress

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International Stress Awareness Week is a welcome reminder that it’s time we start prioritising our wellbeing. For anyone who doesn’t know, this week has been dedicated to talking about stress, mental health issues and setting aside time for self-care. The International Stress Management Association (ISMA) is a UK based charity … Read More

Can A Moustache Mend Mental Health?

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The Movember Foundation is the leading charity changing the face of men’s health by addressing some of the biggest health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health. In recent years, this has grown from the opportunity to avoid shaving for 30 days, to addressing many health … Read More

BLOXX Ooze Excitement at Chapel, 03.11.18

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For a new band with a total discography of eight tracks, it is unclear what to really expect of Bloxx, as they set up their own gear at the urban Chapel venue. The London four-piece are young and eager, and they excitedly chat and muck about on stage before the … Read More

Regina George, Cliques and BNOCS: Does Popularity Exist at Uni?

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When you think of popularity, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Likeability, being admired, maybe Regina George? At secondary school you almost certainly had a Mean Girls complex. This doesn’t mean that you necessarily had an equivalent of ‘The Plastics’ or someone as wonderfully terrible as Regina, … Read More

Sam Fender Electrifies Chapel, 02.11.18

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Chapel’s backdrop of graffiti and neon signs fits the atmosphere of Sam Fender’s alt-rock perfectly. On the precipice of his debut EP, the North Shields born musician took to the sold-out venue for a show eagerly-anticipated by all. Support band A Festival, A Parade kicked the night off with a … Read More

Elder Island Bring Their Versatile Indie Pop to Belgrave, 02.11.18

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Bristol trio Elder Island proved last Friday that they have not only mastered the ability to create a unique and versatile style of indie pop, but that they are also able bring that same, feel-good energy of their recorded music into a live setting. A crowd of all ages patiently … Read More