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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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International Women’s Day- The Perfect Opportunity To Champion Women In The Arts

International Women’s Day (March 8th) is upon us. #ChooseToChallenge #IWD2021 A global event to celebrate the achievements of women, take action for equality and raise awareness of gender bias. A chance to increase the visibility of fantastic female creatives. Now, this is something we can truly get behind, and the perfect excuse for us to […]

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Can Photography Transcend Language?

When we think about communication, we probably think of words. Speaking, talking, perhaps writing; these are the methods that come to mind. Yet there are ways beyond language to communicate. The Oxford Languages Dictionary defines communication as ‘the imparting or exchanging of information by speaking, writing, or using some other medium.’ ‘Other medium’, a broad […]

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Dmitry Art – Where Art and Music Collide

There’s that well-used line about actors being frustrated musicians and vice-versa, though when reality hits, the results are often car crash. There will be those who hail Mick Jagger’s turn in Freejack as a masterclass, think Madonna shows real promise in Body of Evidence and see Mariah Carey’s Glitter debacle as some kind of meta […]

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Why It’s Okay to Cry This Valentine’s Day

February 14th is around the corner, some of you may be excited and others I would imagine are dreading the day or pretending it does not exist altogether! Valentines Day, a supposed day of love, flowers and gift giving for many. Yet not for all. Valentine’s day might just be the worst day in the […]

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Nia John and Wolf Storm release soulful cover of Bonnie Tyler’s ‘Total Eclipse of The Heart’

Wolf Storm were founded in 2019 in Caerphilly, South Wales by lead vocalist Nia John. Since, the Welsh rockers have established themselves as one of the country’s top covers bands. Their latest release, a moving and soulful cover of Bonnie Tyler’s ‘Total Eclipse of The Heart’, is a wonderfully graceful version of the classic original. […]

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With The Aims of Moving to Nashville, Chris Andreucci Has Released New EP ‘What Don’t Kill You’

2020 was supposed to be the year country artist Chris Andreucci followed his dream of moving to the heart of country music, Nashville. Unfortunately along with numerous of festival performances being cancelled, so was his plans for moving. Still determined to make those dreams a reality, Chris has released his new EP, ‘What Don’t Kill You’, […]

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In Signs Have Made Their First of Several Releases This Year, With ‘Knock Knock’

Three-piece Ukrainian melodic rockers, In Signs have released their latest single ‘Knock Knock’. Based in Kyiv, the metal band create a hard-hitting sound fused with warped melodies that build throughout the song to a mind-blowing level. Accompanying the single is a powerfully deviant lyric video. Despite never wanting to be a musician, lead vocalist Arsen […]

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