Bella Wigley sits down with Ibukun Baldwin, the founder and director of Bukky Baldwin: a brand which not only has a beautiful, environmentally sustainable range of products but also uses creative practice to help marginalised […]
“I use my autism to make my corner of the world a bit nicer.” Alex Gibbon caught up with lovely local legend Dman to discuss accessibility in nightlife for Disability History Month.
In the Middle Associate, Steph Bennett interviews artist and Law student Hannah Buck about her art and recent illustrations for The Gryphon.
Ahead of their tour, Caitlin Tilley chatted to Another Sky’s singer Catrin Vincent about songwriting during a global crisis and what’s wrong with the music industry.
Ahead of the release of their second album, Neive McCarthy chatted to frontman Jack Kaye of The Magic Gang about embracing honesty, the band’s development and all things Death of the Party.
Scottish band The Snuts are determined to redefine how to succeed in the indie scene with a unique mindset that allows for continual growth and lots of fun. The band will be playing Leeds East […]
A caipirinha is meant to be an easy drink to make. Brazil’s national cocktail consists of just three ingredients: ice, lime and a distilled spirt made of fermented sugarcane, cachaça. The ice clinks against the […]
A folk singing national treasure took to the Brudenell stage on 7/2/20. Section editor Jessica caught up with him before the show to ask a few questions surrounding the rugged artist. He happily bumbled over in […]
Charlotte Bresh’ fears of meeting her musical idol were dissipated when she realised the alternative indie soloist Matt Maltese quite frankly could not have been lovelier. Having been a huge fan of Matt Maltese’s since […]
Before their packed Brudenell Social gig, Eva Liukineviciute had a chat with the Irish group to discern how their nostalgic sound has come about, and to find out more about their upcoming album. Though Inhaler’s […]
Equaliser is a Leeds-based community which aims to provide a platform for female, transgender and non-binary people with an interest in DJing. Through organising regular workshops and parties, the group has begun to turn a […]
200 Degrees Café. Leeds. Raining – the perfect weather for the cozy sounds of B-ahwe. So Beth, big first question- how did B-ahwe come about? I was writing a lot when I was ill, but […]