Netflix’s hit Korean series has been a great success with the show now number one in 90 different countries. But what is the hype all about?
The latest season continues to bring important and often unrepresented narratives to the screen. While constantly making us laugh, the show has an incredible ability to educate us. Alice Clifford has this review.
Lydia Spencer-Elliot reviews James Cousins company 'We Are Gods' most recent performance at Battersea Arts Centre.
Covid-19 has changed many things, but not London’s music scene. This is what I thought when I saw Inhaler at the O2 Forum in Kentish Town on 6 October.
The Specials’ Encore tour graced the grand stage of Troxy, and our Politics and Current Affairs editor Maeve Schaffer was in the audience
Big Red Machine – Aaron Dessner and Justin Vernon’s collaborative project – releases their second album including artists Ben Howard and Taylor Swift.
Our Resident reviewer Sam Shaw is back, reviewing Half Pipes most recent track 'Smooth and Relax'; easy listening with a prog rock punch.
Amber Run move listeners with new single, 52 Blue. This single is rich in echoed vocals and has a heart-breaking backstory.
After the success of her single, Driver’s License, Olivia Rodrigo has released Sour, her debut album, at the age of 18.
If you love noodles and Chinese street food or simply crave something different, Murger Han might be for you.
Singer songwriter Bastie has teamed up with former Oasis producer, Nick Brine, on his latest single Lullaby Highs. We take an exclusive listen and provide our thoughts.
I love you; I hate you; I can’t live without you. Malcolm and Marie ignites an inner battle for viewers, causing them to constantly change their perspective of the two lovers.