The first words that come to mind when I think of Frida Kahlo: painter, feminist, artist, and proud Mexican. I think about the influence she brought and still brings to artists, especially those within the Latino community. Victoria and Albert … Continue reading Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up Review
After a three-year hiatus since their last album Born in the Echoes, The Chemical Brothers returned to embark on a world tour to promote their upcoming unnamed album. Fans were more than able to satisfy their Chemical cravings through the … Continue reading A Chemical return for the Brothers- Concert review
Musical decisions are based on genre, the categorical distinction between styles and how a listener predicts what their ears will be exposed to. Over time we stubbornly cater to our own tastes and preferences. Adapting to new sounds proves … Continue reading Donna The Buffalo- Dance in The Street review
Everyone remembers their first concert, the feelings of excitement leading up to the day where you get to see your favorite artist, band, or in this case orchestra. The London Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO) led an amazing performance of Mozart’s Piano … Continue reading London Philharmonic Orchestra: Uchida Plays Mozart
Valentine’s Day has passed and so did it’s blues. But the blues don’t always have to be lonesome harp playing and bottleneck moaning. Over the last couple of weeks, I sat down with Frenchie and found out how a little … Continue reading 21st Century and the Blues
Warning: This review may contain plot spoilers. Me Before You, based on best-selling novel by Jojo Moyes, tells a story of a quirky girl named Louisa Clark. Once a waitress at The Buttered Bun cafe, she is forced to find … Continue reading Me Before You: a Heartbreaking Disappointment
The “So Long Marianne” legend who conquered the music world by defying the laws of poetry and leading them into songwriting had sadly passed away on the 11th of November 2016 just a month after his album release “You Say … Continue reading Who was Leonard Cohen?
One of the best parts about Richmond University is its multiple campuses. They give students a chance to experience different sides of London throughout their four years here. However, when most people think of Richmond’s various campuses they only consider … Continue reading We Have a Leeds Campus?
The BFI exists to promote greater understanding and appreciation of film in the UK. Their film festival takes place in London every year for two weeks in October and celebrates new films from all around the world and showcase the … Continue reading BFI Film Festival