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Get Out and horror’s obsession with suburbia
Film editor Liam Taft takes a look at four films that explore America's middle-class nightmare.
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Gig Review: Amy Macdonald at Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Music editor Lorna Holland went along to see Scottish songstress Amy Macdonald performing at Nottingham's Royal Concert Hall as part of her latest tour.
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SXSW 2017 recap
South by Southwest (SXSW) 2017 was hardly enough to capture in one week. As a first-time attendee, new experiences ensued as Victoria Blake hiked her way through the week in downtown Austin, Texas.
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Top 10 Tracks from the Beginning of 2017
Jasmine Parr rounds up 10 of the best tracks from the first quarter of 2017.
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Sex on the Telly? ‘Tis but an Illusion
Emma Baeten takes a satirical look at censorship in British television programming.
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Why we’re excited about The Nightingale
Filming is set to start next month on Jennifer Kent’s sophomore feature, following The Babadook. Film editor Liam Taft looks ahead to The Nightingale.
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Band of the Week: Milky Chance
Chloe Burrell features German alt-indie duo Milky Chance as this week's Band of the Week.
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The Darkness
An original creative writing piece by Stephanie Hallson.
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Album Review: Divide by Ed Sheeran
After a year-long hiatus, Ed Sheeran is finally back with his new record Divide. Vicki Connelly reviews his third chart-topping album.
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Bridget Christie presents an evening of feminism, Brexit and botany
Books editor Lauren Wise reviews Bridget Christie's 'Because You Demanded It' tour at the Liverpool Playhouse Theatre.