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If like me, you are a fan of YA novels and the detective genre, the new Netflix original Enola Holmes will not disappoint you. The film, released on September 23rd, adapts Nancy Springer’s book series The Adventures of Enola Holmes, which are set in London at the end of the 19th century.
Dublin quartet, TV People, on making music during quarantine, their future plans as a rising band and their new single Nothing More, released September 4. Rating: 4/5 TV People are Dublin’s latest up-and-coming band with an indie, garage-rock sound, and elements of punk throughout their music. Inspired by The Strokes and Interpol, the band takes …
Bristol-based singer-songwriter James Humphrys talks his second EP, Memory Palace, a record based on reflection and appreciating life. Rating: 4/5 James Humphrys is an up-and-coming artist who grew up in Gilford playing for bands, moved to Bristol to study at BIMM (Bristol Music College), and has since been pursuing his solo career by writing, recording …
‘Sleep’ is the newest single from the South London based indie quartet Bleach Lab, which lead vocalist Jenna Kyle describes as “moody, dreamy and introspective”.
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.
Isherwood’s novel is thought provoking, engaging, fuelled by confusing customs and traditions and wrapped in sentiment.
In The Dressmaker’s Gift, Fiona Valpy paints a vivid image of France in World War II, transformed by Nazi Germany occupation.
Netflix’s new film The Half of It might just have mastered the perfect balance between the rom com formula and a new take on the genre. Spoilers ahead!
On the Edge of Change is the highly-anticipated debut EP from London based singer-songwriter Jennings Couch.
“Second novels are notoriously tricky beasts,” writes Hannah Beckerman at the end of her new book, yet she was perfectly able to tame hers.