Reykjavíkurdætur’s name translates to ‘girls of Reykjavik’ – this track delivers raw girl power and feminist lyrics in what I can honestly say is the catchiest song I have heard. Roughly translating to ‘Call me what?’, I introduce to you this Icelandic song ‘Kalla mig hvað?’. 16 girls coming together to deliver an absolutely *fire emoji* track. I haven’t stopped playing this since hearing it on Thursday last week.
The title pretty much explains it all – it sure as hell sucks, financially and mentally, being exiled to Zone 6. But at the same time, I’m lucky to be surrounded by so much culture and excitement that only those who live further along the Met Line than Harrow-on-the-Hill can relate to.
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My adventure with my best friend Poppy to see SG Lewis’ Parallels night at Phonox in Brixton was everything I wanted it to be – great fun, great gig, great venue, topped off by a great McDonald’s Big Tasty and an even greater night-bus adventure on the N209.
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High Contrast is about to resurface in mainstream media – his new single Questions with singer-songwriter Boy Matthews has already gained ground exposure through SubTV, as well as online through a UKF DnB endorsement. I love the quick catch in the radio edit, and the dominant vocals give the track an impressive feel. The music video – especially looking at the thumbnail above – is a bit of a teenage-clickbait, seizure-inducing void, but overall this track is impressive.
KAYEX is back with disco-tinged ‘My Friends’. Dropping on SoundCloud two nights ago, this is one on the ‘Ready for party’ playlist that isn’t going anywhere.
As part of our News Production and Reporting module at Brunel, we had to find, film, and produce a story solely on our mobiles – similar to the assignment we will submit next year as part of our NCTJ examinations. We had three hours to do this and, considering I had never produced anything like this before, I was incredibly proud of the end result by myself and my colleague Ella Elliot.
This Christmas marks the first that I would be grateful to receive socks. But despite the financial hell of going to university – I won’t look back. Continue reading “Three months into uni and I’m already broke”