Ahead of the release of their highly anticipated new album Blue Weekend, Lucy Barber spoke to Wolf Alice’s Joff Oddie and Theo Ellis about performing live, guitar experimentation, and the pressures of a Mercury Prize win.
Evie Meg, or This Trippie Hippie, has risen to Tik Tok stardom during the pandemic, now having gathered a following of 13.2 million on TikTok, and 584K on Youtube. She is known for posting videos […]
Ollie Judge and Louis Borlase talk to Liam Cattermole about Nicholas Cage, being blinded by lasers and their wonderfully anarchic debut album Bright Green Field.
Meghan and Harry made claims that could have shaken the very pillars of our society in their Oprah interview. Yet have the press hijacked the conversation? Will Nixon reports.
Eleanor Palmer caught up with Drug Store Romeos to gush over Alex G, discuss Murakami novels, and fantasise about Vietnamese jungle festivals.
Ishmael Silvestro talks to Bombay Bicycle Club’s Jack Steadman about the lasting influence of their debut album, staying creative in quarantine and living in a world without live music.
Fern McErlane caught up with Pale Waves’ frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie ahead of the release of their second album, Who Am I?
Isabel Ralphs interviews Pandora Sykes: journalist, fashion guru and writer, who once wrote for our student newspaper too.
An interview with Suruthi Bala and Hannah Maguire, the hosts of the spine-tingling podcast RedHanded.
Mark Herman, interviewed by writer Jack Denison, touches upon the evolution of cinema, frustrations with the film industry and how popcorn just doesn’t cut it anymore.
The Pandemic Podcast is a podcast organised by University of Leeds students and it launched its first episode on November 21st. The podcast is here to talk openly and honestly about student experiences as well […]
Isabel Ralphs spoke to BBC presenter Naga Munchetty, discussing her career, criticism and the pace of change in the industry.