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In Conversation With: Tempoe

From as early as he can recall, music has always been a true love for Nigerian-born, music producer Tempoe. So much so that as a child,...


Concert Review: Pip Millett Live at Islington Assembly Hall

There is no denying that there are some exceptional sounds coming out of the UK right now and singer-songwriter Pip Millett stands as...


In Conversation With: Eugy

When his father became a pastor, Eugy found himself enamoured with music from a very young age thanks to his participation in the church...


2022 Books to Look Out For

Books we’re making shelf space for in 2022. Bridges are for Burning by Bina Idonije Other works by author: Debut Date of publication: To...


Book Review: Keep The Receipts

I’ve been a super fan of The Receipts podcast since its launch in 2016. During this time I was writing my dissertation and the podcast...


Book Review: Obalende Sector

“If you’ve ever wondered why aliens don’t land in Africa, this story is for you.” Although the zine doesn’t necessarily talk about...


Euphoria Review: S2 E2 'Out of Touch'

If there is one thing about Euphoria that I enjoy, it’s that things aren’t always as they seem - and episode 2 acts as an effective...


Euphoria Review: S2 E1 'Trying to Get to Heaven Before They Close the Door'

“Damn.” As soon as that trailer dropped announcing the return of the infamous coming of age hit show Euphoria starring our fave Zendaya,...


Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

As much as most of us adore the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I wouldn’t blame people if they had even the most minuscule of doubts. The...


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Insecure Review: S5 E7 'Chillin’ Okay?!'
Insecure Review: S5 E4 "Insecure "Faulty, Okay?!"
Insecure Review: S5 E2 'Growth, Okay?!'
Insecure Review: S5 E1 'Reunited, Okay?'
In Defence Of Molly Carter

Creator Issa Rae (The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl) stars as Issa Dee, who struggles to navigate the tricky professional and personal terrain of Los Angeles along with her best friend Molly (Yvonne Orji).

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An online and print publication celebrating emerging talents of colour in the literary and creative worlds.