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ALBUM REVIEW: What Do You Think About The Car? by Declan McKenna

Out Now Review by Kate Goodrum. Declan McKenna has gone from strength to strength in recent years, after winning Glastonbury Festival’s emerging talent competition, touring with Blossoms and placing on the prestigious BBC Sound of 2017 list. Now the newcomer has played a string of his own tour dates with his band, and together they… View Article

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FEATURE: Top 5 Dystopian Novels

Written by Ashleigh Henderson. The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale is an enthralling, terrifying novel which continues to provoke questions 32 years after being published. Atwood creates a feminist novel that offers a disturbingly anti-feminist vision of a dystopia, exploring the consequences of a reversal of women’s rights and a… View Article

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