‘Never Going Underground: The Fight for LGBT+ Rights’ is an important reminder that the fight for equality is far from over.
‘The Shock Of The Fall’ by Nathan Filer is a book of a young man’s struggle with mental health.
‘Search Party’ could be the millennial’s answer to the Scooby-Doo gang but don’t get me wrong, this is far from hi jinks and cartoon dogs. Also, this is a spoiler-free review.
I went to take a look around Manchester Art Gallery’s latest exhibition, and here’s what I thought.
She’s been compared to the likes of James Blake and Adele, but Låpsley is much more than a comparison – she stands on her own merits.
Anyone who knows me will be pretty aware that I’m sporting quite the beard. However, it’s not just a bit of face hair – it’s something that needs to be treasured and treated right.
Grace, the 18-year old from Brisbane, Australia is ready to take on the world.
Florence returns with her third studio album which packs as much of a punch as her previous albums, continuing her trend of open and honest lyrics.
Who would have thought that Brandon Flowers, front man to stadium rock band The Killers, would have brought out the most unexpected & delightful release of 2015 thus far.
Hot Chip return to the club floors with their latest release ‘Why Make Sense’ and it might be their most cohesive album so far.