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Music

Playlists go political

The Clash – (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais In acknowledging his frustrations for a lack of cooperation in White Riot, Strummer’s Hammersmith seems to show him accepting the fact that what he wants cannot be, and casting blame onto a certain suited and booted rock band, the British public and punk rockers. Danny Nedelko –…

Film

Game soundtracks

The music of gaming is not just an afterthought anymore. The high-calibre games of 2018 possess such detail and finesse in their plots, characters and designs that it would be a crime to underscore the whole affair with the repetitive elevator music of old. For one genre in particular, this is of even greater importance…

Music

35mm: documenting music

Becoming more and more popular, the music documentary is hard to define. A diverse medium, it can serve as a person’s biography, narrate an artist’s musical life, explore a genre or be a recording of a performance. All to inform or entertain us, the viewership. Amy covers the life of Amy Winehouse, a member of…

Creative Writing, Venue

Your tune

In the creases of a crumpled T-shirt, the darkening orbit of an orange pasta stain, the unhinged playfulness of bright and living eyes… the golden curls like mazes of cornfields – no way out – The type you just want to twist around your finger – I noticed you. In the unrestrained laughter, I would…

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