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The Kids Still Stand A Chance: Vampire Weekend @ Islington Assembly Hall 22/03/2019 Review

(Original photo by Terry Filisetti Yoshinaga. Sampled graphics by Vampire Weekend)   There is a moment in the film Almost Famous when the band Stillwater ask young music lover William Miller what he thought of their latest release – his reply: “Incendiary!” There have been few times when I have TRULY felt this way about…
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March 23, 2019 0

A Real Londoner’s Guide to the Real London

Having grown up, studied, and worked in London my whole life, I feel like I know the best spots in the city for students on a not-too-tight-but-I’m-not-wasting-my-money-here kind of budget by now. This guide isn’t going to include the very obvious tourist traps, which are still worth visiting but everybody already knows about those. No,…
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February 24, 2019 0

“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

The King’s Christmas Message

Since becoming KCL Radio’s Station Manager in April, I’ll have you know I’ve enjoyed a little bit of a higher profile. For example, I’ve often heard that I have a voice for radio, which is a lovely compliment. I’m less welcoming of people saying I have a face for radio, but that’s a different matter.…
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December 25, 2018 0

Casanova’s Top 5 Christmas Tunes

It begins with the first murmurings of “All I Want For Christmas Is You”… that’s right, Christmas song season is here. Owing to the seasonality and inherent variety, what is termed as “Christmas music” lends itself to being the most varied genre of music out there. Heck, even “Killing In The Name” is now technically…
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December 20, 2018 0

“Love is what interests me. It’s just that love is indivisible from murder.” Switzerland under review.

  It’s 1995, wrapped in a fury of cigarette smoke sits Patricia Highsmith (Phyllis Logan), pounding at her typewriter. Now a recluse, Highsmith is tucked away in the Swiss alps, soon to be disturbed by an unwanted guest. What unravels to the audience is a psychological game of cat and mouse between Highsmith and Edward…
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November 21, 2018 0

Consensual – The Review.

  National Youth Theatre 2018 REP company has revived Evan Placey’s Consensual at the Soho Theatre, three years after they first performed it at the Ambassador’s Theatre. The play follows a young, married teacher trying to teach her pupils about healthy relationships, when she finds herself wrapped up in questions of sex and consent after…
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November 5, 2018 0

KCL Radio Reviews ‘The Inheritance’

Having moved to Bush House, we’re all that little bit closer (around 100 metres, to be exact) to the world-famous wonder of the West End. So, we have to take advantage, right? Well over the past few days two of our presenters did exactly that; visiting the Noel Coward theatre to see the brand new…
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October 19, 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
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