Esme McGowan speaks to the winner of 2020’s Rap Game about his newfound success.
Writer and editor Owen Frost reviews Easy Life’s debut album, Life’s a Beach.
Owen Frost pays tribute to the late MF DOOM. Just remember ALL CAPS when you spell the man name. Rest in Peace the Supervillain.
When I was 14, bands like One Direction and 5 Seconds of Summer were at their peak. Their newest singles, rumours, and even the members’ personal lives were dissected in detail at school. But I […]
Right now, we don’t need famous people to serenade us with a token song from their mansions. We need them to reach into their millions and financially help to provide PPE for valuable workers, support […]
The Union Music Library is a society based around sharing music. Though its physical base takes the form of a library on Level 2 of the Union, its reach stretches much further, forming a community […]
There are so many unappreciated female vocalists and songwriters across all genres. Their talent is often swept under the radar (which is sadly evident in many of the festival line-ups this summer). Some of my […]
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we collaborated to bring you some of the most impressive female artists about right now. Halsey Halsey has carved out a prominent space for herself in alternative-pop, with albums that […]
It is not an opinion that the music industry is heavily skewed towards supporting only male musicians; 80% of festival headline slots are given to men, and most festival teams seem to be in no […]
ZILAH is a four piece indie pop band from Leeds comprised of frontman Liam Jarry (vocals), Jo Meikle (percussion), Sandy Rowlingson (saxophone) and Jack Guard (Guitar). The Leeds College of Music graduates make dreamy jazz […]
With celebrities popping up left rigth and centre these days, social media continues to blur the lines between their private and public lives. Recently, the boundaries of using personal information as bait duirng interviews has […]
The issue of female representation on festival line-ups, or the lack thereof, is very contemporary. Keychange, a Creative Europe programme supported by the European Union, reports that forty-five European-wide music festivals are working towards a […]