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The Silk Road: Outside is the new inside

Conversations around the Coronavirus seem to be never-ending. It is a constant topic on the tv, radio and in person, we can’t escape the words; pandemic, lockdown, or Covid-19! Now we are well versed with restrictions and what we can and can’t do, as well as things finally opening again, we are starting to find […]

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International Dance Day 2021

International Dance Day (29th April) is hosted by the International Theatre Institute and celebrates the importance of dance. This year in particular has been difficult for so many who love to dance as many places we associate with dancing have been closed due to the pandemic. Theatres, halls and even nightclubs have had empty dancefloors for […]

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Reigno releases ‘Three Fours’, a fresh and cinematic hip-hop taster from his upcoming EP

A standout artist from the off, Reigno has released a single called ‘Three Fours’, taken from his upcoming album ‘Content With Crazy’. The track regards introspection and comes with a video full of disorientating visuals, representing the artist’s inner turmoil. Despite the song being short, it is a brilliant introduction to Reigno. A clean production, […]

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To Exhibit or not to Exhibit? … That is the Question…

With galleries opening again on the 17th May, we are very looking forward to seeing some artwork again, as the artist intended (not confined to a screen!). As artists have been so limited this year during our global pandemic and the restrictions due to lockdown, will artists find the transition difficult? Their exhibition ability has been […]

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Can Colour Theory Explain Emotions?

Colour plays a massive part in our daily lives. Every day we are influenced through colour, from traffic lights to working out if food is fresh, colour is usually fundamental. But can colour actually control emotions? In art, artists in all different trades have obsessed about what colour can portray and how it can affect someone’s view […]

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Ryan Soanes releases self examining music video for ‘Call My Name’

This track is simple but effective. The vocals are effortless and emotion filled, instantly bringing you into the narrative of the song. The production is smooth and easily listenable, while the synths and guitars are layered so that you hear something new each time you listen. Soanes’ voice is pop-punk but the track behind him […]

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Jade Moss releases remixes of ‘Hey Babe’, an empowering neo-vintage pop bop dripping with character.

Right from the off, Jade Moss sets a strong tone through the track, it is unmistakably her song and she makes sure you know it. She characterises all of the lyrics so well, providing brilliant moments of both sarcasm and emotion. I love her tone, full of power and control, which reflects the theme of […]

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Immersive Art Shows- Fad Or Fantastic?

March marks the UK’s 12-month anniversary of lockdowns and social distancing. That’s a full year without experiencing the joys of a gallery and intrigue of a new exhibition. Facing the challenges of a global pandemic, art shows and galleries have been forced to adapt, innovate and overcome. A few weeks ago we discussed a rise […]

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Can Mothers Ever Be Successful Artists?

Motherhood & careers are a constant juggling choice women are often forced to negotiate, regardless of their role or job sector. The creative industries are unfortunately no different, with many declaring domestic work as ‘the enemy of creativity’. But where does this notion stem? This forced crossroads that suggest women either walk the path of […]

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