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July Digital Cover: DLT

Black British culture is at the foot of its self-titled honouree moment and Days Like This (DLT) events, stand as a gala for every inch...


In Conversation With: Kadeem Tyrell

The UK music scene is constantly thriving and South London resident Kadeem Tyrell is one of the artists who has been flying the RnB flag...


June Digital Cover: Pheelz

He’s got one of the hottest Afrobeats songs out right now, and a lot more up his sleeve. I sat down with hit producer, artist and viral...


Book Review: Bitter by Akwaeke Emezi

In Akwaeke Emezi’s second YA offering, Bitter, we see the city of Lucille before all the monsters are eviscerated. It is a city rife with...


Book Review: Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert

Talia Hibbert’s Brown sister trilogy is a delightful smorgasbord of varying characters. Each with their worlds and personalities curated...


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...


Oreviews And The Art of Reality TV Globalisation

I’ll be the first to say that I’m secretly a bit of a fiend for reality TV. In comparison to some of my friends, I’m still quite low down...


In Conversation With: Estare Areola for Instagram 'Black Perspectives' Initiative

Throughout the ‘Black Perspectives’ initiative, Lifestyle content creator, Estare Areola, and three other Black creatives will be working...


Unearthed Narratives: Butterfly Affect

The phrase ‘representation matters’ seems self explanatory when it comes to the arts but the nuance and details aren’t always translated...


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Euphoria S2 Finale: 'All My Life, My Heart Has Yearned For A Thing I Cannot Name'
Euphoria S2 E6 Review: 'A Thousand Little Trees of Blood'
Euphoria Review: S2 E5: 'Stand Still Like the Hummingbird'
Euphoria Review: S2 E4 'You Who Cannot See, Think of Those Who Can'
Euphoria Review: S2 E2 'Out of Touch'

#Euphoria Column

The Floor Magazine

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

Why Quarantine Season Is The Perfect Time To Take In New Music
AFRONATION: the highs, the lows and why I'll be back again next year
Finale Review: Line Of Duty
Teyana Taylor Album Review: The Album
Headie One Album Review: Edna
Michael X: Hustler, Revolutionary, Outlaw
Euphoria Review: S2 E4 'You Who Cannot See, Think of Those Who Can'
Oreviews And The Art of The Series Finale

Ore's Column