Most of us can name that one book or movie that has a special place in our hearts since we were young. Perhaps it related to what we were going through when we first read it, or it gave us some guidance, or it…
Nathan Weaver explores the Tory leadership contest, dissecting each of the contestants looking at what they may bring to the role.
Charlotte West delves into current trends in current and popular music, exploring how they’re influenced by political climates around the world.
Dami Williams-Shire looks into how films are made, exploring the danger Studios and financers pose towards the creative direction of the film.
How well does the story of a toxic, homicidal high-school relationship translate to the stage? Georgia Read delves into this adaptation of a classic film.
The Strictly Curse: to what extent are celebrities entitled to a private life when their actions are public?
With recent developments in one of TV’s biggest celebrity dance competitions, Isabel Rolfe investigates the so called ‘Strictly Curse’
Lisa Cosham explore’s the controversy surrounding Netflix’s ‘least feminist show’, but is the debate justified?
One of modern rock’s most iconic bands has undergone countless line-up changes over the years, but how far has their musical style changed?
by Emily Wooten
Gloom Sleeper – The Black Side (Song) This month’s Stag Song of the Month is The Black Side by German four piece Gloom Sleeper. At just over three minutes it packs enough tonal shifts and distinctive styles to remain interesting, and even the simple, uninspired…
This review covers the first six episodes of Vinyl, a HBO produced American drama following Richie Finestra (Bobby Cannavale) and his failing record label American Century. It’s hard not to draw comparisons between Vinyl and AMC’s Mad Men that ran for seven seasons and was…