Author: Heidi Hamilton

“We’ll Call it Time Well Spent” – 10 years of You Me At Six

On the 6th October 2008, You Me at Six released their debut album “Take Off Your Colours”. Since then they’ve released 5 further albums, all of which hit the top 5 UK records, had a number one album, toured with the likes of Fall Out Boy and Thirty Seconds to Mars, sold out headline tours…
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February 22, 2019 0

The TRNSMT Festival Line-up is Here and None of Us Were Ready For It.

Stormzy, George Ezra, Catfish & The Bottlemen, to name a few…. Well played TRNSMT, you have our attention…

February 21, 2019 0

A Brief Inquiry into… what the 1975’s new album is all about.

Less rock, more pretentious and sounding remarkably like Walk the Moon… With another long long album title are the indie rock band trying too hard? Or being inspired by the likes of Queen and Fall Out Boy? Love it or hate it, here’s the low down on “A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships”.

December 1, 2018 0

The Truth about October & the Post Freshers’ Blues.

My name is Heidi. I’m a chemist at KCL. I feel sad, and I have a theory as to why. September is a mentally busy time for everyone at uni. From the second you arrive until October hits. Parties, societies, drinking, moving in, new friends, drinking, sports, late nights, drinking, missed sleep, freshers fair, lectures,…
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October 8, 2018 0

Mamma Mia 2 – a musical sadder than Les Miserables?

Okay first up – this review is NOT spoiler free. You have been warned. Secondly: my initial reaction to this movie has not stopped me from listening to solely ABBA for the last week nor from booking tickets to see the movie again. Ready? Let’s dive into it.   Mamma Mia 2 – Here We…
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July 29, 2018 0

A Chat About Tommy G’s Lighting Matches

What’s with all they hype around this “proper lad but one you would take home to your mum” ? We checked in with our Queen of Music Layla Davis to find out what she had to say about Mr Grennan and his debut album.

July 16, 2018 0

KCL Radio goes to Isle of Wight Festival

A sea of gold and glitter clad campers descended upon a tiny island off the coast of the UK. 60,000 people filled a sun-soaked seaclose park in search of incredible rock and roll music.

June 26, 2018 0