The Hype

Morrissey getting Low in High School

November 29, 2017

The release of Morrisey’s 11th studio album “Low in High School” marks his first return to music since 2014. When Morrissey made his infamous first tweet ‘Spent the day in Bed” on September 18th, that

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The Hype

The ten most timeless artists

November 29, 2017

Ever since the people of the Stone Age dipped their fingers into charcoal and lined the cave walls with figures and animals, art has always been the greatest tool for expression in society. Pablo Picasso

Television

Playing a Peaky Blinder

November 29, 2017

With a signature slow-mo strut through the grimy, smoke-choked streets of Birmingham, the Peaky Blinders are back for a fourth season of the BBC gangster drama.

Television

Controversy over Lord of The Rings TV adaptation

November 29, 2017

The Lord of the Rings is quite frankly one of the best stories ever written. J.R.R Tolkien created an epic fantasy novel, which was then turned into an equally epic film series.

The Hype

The Killers killed it: live at the 3Arena

November 29, 2017

The Killers performed at the 3Arena on November 16th, taking the sold-out stadium by storm in support of their 5th studio album, Wonderful Wonderful. As one of the most popular alternative rock bands of the

Music

Take a trip with Jhené Aiko

November 22, 2017

“I took a trip to find you, I got lost and found myself.” Jhené Aiko turns her time of grief into an extrinsic album of 22 tracks. In the album, she expresses her methods of

Film

The Lion King remake

November 22, 2017

Hakuna Matata, The Lion King is an upcoming live-action musical film drama, directed and co-produced by Jon Favreau and produced by Walt Disney Pictures. It’s a remake of the 1994 animated film.

Film

Does Thor Ragna-rock?

November 15, 2017

Since its introduction in 2011 the Thor movies have struggled to stand out in the crowded Marvel Cinematic Universe, but with Ragnarok Marvel has stumbled on a winning formula.

Music

In Love with Kygo

November 15, 2017

Kygo is a 26-year-old Norwegian EDM artist, who has to this point worked with well-known names such as Selena Gomez and Ellie Goulding, and gained popularity for his remix of Ed Sheeran’s “I See Fire’.

The Hype

The Endless Shimmering shines on

November 15, 2017

Belfastheavyweights And So I Watch You From Afar return with their fifth offering, the first since the heavily disputed Heirs was released in 2015 . Ailbhe Daly reviews the Belfast band’s latest release.

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The Hype

The Thrill of Sam Smith

November 15, 2017

After an 18-month hiatus following a string of emotional Billboard hits, Sam Smith is back in the spotlight. The lead single, ‘Too Good at Goodbyes’, has already dominated night-time radios and multiple playlists titled “Future

Books

The 10 Most Timeless Reads

November 15, 2017

A leading art critic of the Victorian era once said, “All books are divisible into two classes, the books of the hour, and the books of all time.” This quote is still true today. Here are

Television

A World turned upside down

November 15, 2017

  The Netflix cult show picks up around a year after Will Byers’ escape from “Upside Down”, but behind the colourful arcade screens and Halloween decorations, there’s something strange lurking in the town of Hawkins.

The Hype

Videogames – A hobby or unhealthy obsession?

November 15, 2017

Since the 1970s, when the first ever arcade video game Computer Space was unveiled to the modern world, videos games have become an integral part of our society. According to a recent study 1.2 billion

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The Hype

A Return to the 64 days in Super Mario Odyssey

November 15, 2017

Nintendo have had a pretty impressive year as far as things go. The release of the Switch has been met with acclaim and now they have not just one but two genuine contenders to scoop

The Hype

The sun and her flowers by Rupi Kaur

November 15, 2017

Rupi Kaur, the Instagram poet who has arguably changed modern poetry,  has published more of her work in a collection called ‘the sun and her flowers’. It is, to put it simply, another literary masterpiece.

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Television

Sex and Drugs: Life in the red light zone

November 15, 2017

I was a 16-year-old addicted to drugs. Now, I’ve got three beautiful children, that live with my mum, because I can’t look after them,” Kayleigh says, looking directly above the camera and into the producer’s

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Television

Under the Radar: 7 TV Shows You Missed This Year

November 15, 2017

While you were busy devouring the latest seasons of Game of Thrones, Stranger Things and Rick and Morty this year, a minority of viewers were enjoying a bunch of less well-known TV shows that are

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The Hype

Queens Of Rock’n’Roll

November 15, 2017

What springs to mind when we think about women and music? The music industry has no shortage of influential female artists and if anything, it’s an industry where there is no such thing as under

Flux

Review: The Snowman

November 1, 2017

Backlash against progressive Nordic feminism haunts every flake that falls on The Snowman as surely as it haunted the ancestral homes and unwelcoming streets of the Millennium films. More explicitly social-minded than its Swedish cousin,

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Flux

Review: St. Vincent at The Olympia

November 1, 2017

Annie Clark tends not to bend the knee to convention. In her second of back-to-back sold out shows at the Olympia, she showcases her eccentricity and unloads a mammoth 90 minute set that examines the

Film

Review: Blade Runner 2049

October 25, 2017

35 years after Ridley Scott first brought us the sci-fi classic Blade Runner and shaped the genre for decades to come, Denis Villeneuve has been tasked with delivering a worthy sequel which not only improves