With us just inhaling after our sigh of relief that January are exams over, it’s now the run up to the dreaded diss deadlines (I’m speaking to all the final years out there) and yet […]
Maybe Uni and DJ’ing do go together after all….
Established back in 2011 by Hessle Audio’s Pearson Sound, Acetate has been appearing more and more frequently on Wire’s busy events calendar. The night has firmly cemented itself as one of the must-do club nights […]
Arts Editor Hannah Stokes interviews Jacob Justice, Events Programmer at Open Source Arts on Kirkstall Road, about the centre’s new initiative to help emerging artists in Leeds.
The ‘80s and ‘90s saw ground-breaking artist Neneh Cherry pave the way for the development of hip hop, trip hop and dance music. The release of her worldwide hit single ‘Buffalo Stance’ from her debut […]
Modern-day society is obsessed with dieting, body image and health, and it is impossible to get away from it. Social media is a constant reel of influencers pushing diet after diet, detox after detox and […]
America’s current political climate is fuelled by tension, anger and division. This has led to a stream of films and television programmes aiming to depict the action in both comical and critical ways; but what […]
It has been 30 years since Ted Bundy took his seat in the electric chair and the hair on people’s necks still stand on end at the mention of his name. Building off of this, […]
M. Night Shyamalan’s newest blockbuster ‘Glass’ is a stilted, poorly paced, confusing and anti-climactic third instalment to his superhero franchise Eastrail 177. The franchise includes the intelligent and thoughtful exploration of the comic book superhero […]
Pairing a working class, Italian-American club bouncer from the Bronx, who embodies the ‘masculine’ caricature, with an uptight and effeminate African-American piano player, may not sound like the perfect recipe for a blossoming friendship in […]