King Nun are back and ready to take the UK by storm as they embark on an immense UK tour across February. Following the incredible release of their debut album, MASS, in October, they’re set […]
Thomas Carroll lets us in on a slice of the Leeds music underground which never get talked about in much depth, the ‘no audience underground’, a term coined by Rob Hayler from Radio Free Midwich. […]
We ran social media and communications for John Grogan’s re-election campaign for Keighley and Ilkley. We attempted to defend a majority of 249 in a seat which arguably typified the mood of the English electorate. […]
Last week, Coldplay announced plans to refrain from touring their latest album ‘Everyday lives’ (released November 22nd) as they were working on a method of running an entirely ‘sustainable tour’. Charlotte Smith asks whether this […]
When a songwriting visionary like Sampa the Great stumbles upon your Northern nook all the way from Australia, David Ball thought it only right to go along and see how her new album The Return […]
Leeds Rag Fashion Show officially launched in style on Tuesday, overtaking Belgrave for one night only. Editors Lydia and Sarah went along for a night of music, dance and fun(draising).
A new UNICEF society has developed in LUU and you can get involved!
As we reach the end of the 2010s, it seems apt to reflect on what has been the most defining decade of most of our lives here at The Gryphon thus far – especially in […]
Thomas Boyd discusses ITV’s announcement that they will prepare ‘Good Morning Britain’ guests about online trolls, but should more be done?
The Arts and Cultures writers give a run down of their top picks from Leeds International Film Festival 2019