Is the New Union Co-Op Too “Bougie”?

The ‘champagne socialist’ archetype has always had a long time association with students. The idea that we’re a bunch of middle class, Starbucks-craving, hummus-sucking, avocado-worshipping slacktivists waiting in the queue for a £5 bowl of quinoa has a long history.

Duende Makes Its Debut – Review

Back in February, Nottingham-based charity night, Duende, made its highly-anticipated Leeds debut at Blueberry Hill Studios. Run by Douglas McConachie, a student whose DJ successes are earning him a renowned presence on the local music […]

Culture: Pangaea + Will Lister – Review

Culture’s third party at Wire welcomed Will Lister and Pangaea for a night of genre-spanning excellence.  For nearly 10 years, DJ and producer Pangaea – also known as Kevin McAuley – has been pushing the boundaries of electronic music. Being a third of Leeds’ finest Hessle Audio, he is no […]