Tag : Milly Whyman

An Ode to Leeds’ Nightlife

7 months ago / 0 comments

It’s the end of the academic year, and that means that some of us will soon be leaving Leeds for good. With this in mind, we gave our writers the chance to send a farewell message to a part of our city’s nightlife that means something to them. Here’s what they … Read More

Garden Party Plots its Return

7 months ago / 0 comments

This year marks 13 years of Garden Party, an event that has been getting bigger and better every year. Garden Party is the daytime party of the student year, with every friend (and friend of a friend) eagerly awaiting their chance to destress in the sun-drenched Canal Mills courtyard. It’s … Read More

Clubs’ Top 25 Tracks of 2017

11 months ago / 0 comments

2017 is coming to a close, and it seems that no self-respecting music publication can sign off without chronicling the top releases of the year. So we’ve put our heads together and cherry-picked some of the best releases of the last twelve months. Here’s the top 25 tracks of 2017, … Read More

Hunee delivers yet again at Wire

12 months ago / 0 comments

The popularity of Hunee, (pronounced ‘who knee’) has been slowly building pace since his first release in 2009. He is recognised for his cross-cultured selections, enthusiasm, and his genuine obsession with music, as well as his often-mispronounced moniker.  On Friday night, Butter Side Up brought the sought-after DJ to town … Read More

Songs for Sharing on your Nokia

1 year ago / 0 comments

Work may be mounting and the weather is only getting colder. But, to be honest, there’s still reason to be cheery. Cast your mind back to the early 2000s and reminisce these old school garage and bassline bangers with Clubs Editor Milly Whyman. Listen to each track on the playlist … Read More

Like Your Style: The Sounds of UK Afrobeats

1 year ago / 0 comments

Clubs Editor Milly Whyman talks you through the development of a new generation of ‘UK Afrobeats’. As grime grabs headlines while continuing to carve out its distinct identity  within the British mainstream, a new sound has been trickling into club culture at an ever-growing pace. It’s a genre that found … Read More

What’s Your Flavour? Our Guide to Leeds’ Clubs

1 year ago / 0 comments

In a city like Leeds, its easy to be bewildered by the sheer number of nights out available. With this in mind, Clubs Editors Dan King and Milly Whyman give you a crash course of the best the city has to offer. Cheap ‘n’ Cheesy Pryzm £1 entry? £1 drinks? … Read More

In the Middle with Toothless

2 years ago / 0 comments

As someone who is happy to call Bombay Bicycle Club my favourite band and my favourite soundtrack to almost any life event, their 2014 hiatus left me feeling something was very much missing. But, luckily enough, the band’s solo projects provided more than enough Bombay to keep me happily plodding … Read More

Review – Regression Sessions: all the icing, none of the cake at Canal Mills

2 years ago / 0 comments

Choosing Halloween events in Leeds is even harder than essay questions. From Fruity to Flux to Triple Cooked or even Pryzm if you were desperate, there was a lot on offer. I chose Regression Sessions for the promise of the decoration and design the events are known for. A halloween … Read More

Review – Fools Paradise Festival

2 years ago / 0 comments

Following an inevitable Fresher’s Week spent traipsing from room to room of Leeds’ Student’s Union, attempting to find newly made friends by wading through a dance floor that resembles a sticky sauna, many incoming Leeds students may have felt they had got the hang of it. But when met with … Read More