After delaying the release due to COVID-19, HAIM have finally unveiled what is the album of the summer, writes Emily Calder.
Montreal-based Pottery release their debut album, Welcome to Bobby’s Motel, an enjoyable indie record that radiates summer vibes.
Pandemic-fuelled panic buying has constantly been featured in the media over the past few months. Sadly, this culture of stockpiling has accumulated an excessive amount of food waste.
After the incredible, action-packed ‘Double or Nothing’, we are one step closer to All Elite Wrestling’s (AEW) biggest show of the year – ‘All-Out’. The show is set to take place on September 5th in Chicago’s Sears Center, but there is a strong possibility that it will be moved to Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida due to Coronavirus restrictions on large events. No matter where it held, it’s set to be an incredible show. Here’s a few predictions to get you excited…
Lockdown has been difficult for most of us, but for some staying inside as much as you can and washing your hands just isn’t enough. Mansi Vithlani gives us an inside look into what lockdown is like when one of your loved ones is at high risk.
Imagine graduating and being able to own a house. Is that too good to be true? Perhaps not if you’re open-minded enough to consider downsizing to a tiny house.
As newcomers to this earthbound party, many of us are still unsure of what it is exactly we are meant to do.Today we attempt to answer the very questions all earthlings ask themselves.
Isherwood’s novel is thought provoking, engaging, fuelled by confusing customs and traditions and wrapped in sentiment.
A deep dive into the forgotten men of Mulan.
The outbreak of Coronavirus caused countries to go into lockdown, shutting down life as we know it. However, lockdown restrictions are slowly easing worldwide, rallying both praise and criticism. So, what has the lockdown experience like around the world?
In The Dressmaker’s Gift, Fiona Valpy paints a vivid image of France in World War II, transformed by Nazi Germany occupation.
Every Thursday, at 8 pm, the nation stands outside of their homes, flats and workplaces to applaud the incredible work of the NHS. Whilst the clap is, of course, a nice gesture, and has a positive impact upon communities up and down the country, how beneficial is this really to the NHS?