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Anderson .Paak’s new album Oxnard brings out summer vibes in the middle of a miserable day

If you live in London, you’re probably cold, wet, and miserable today. Maybe Oxnard will make you happier for 56 minutes Glistening chimes an...

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A Very Very Very Dark Matter is Very Very Very Weird

Featuring a pygmy in an attic who write classic literature and ghost soldiers who admit to the slaughter of millions, the most shocking part of thi...

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Your 30 Days Are Up: Why Late Payment is Worse Than You Thought

In freelancing, finding projects is one thing, completing them is another. But for some the real work begins when you’re finished: making sure you ...

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Assassination Nation doesn’t always get it right, but is a call to arms when it does

So many films rail against social media or the current political climate in the U.S., making it hard to access any form of counterculture in film. ...

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Super Drags! represents an important step in the right direction for Netflix in a kitschy package

Netflix brings us the best of queer comedy in its new original cartoon, Super Drags! Originally in Brazilian Portuguese, the English dubbed version...

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Hereford Road Restaurant

Does anyone do a family tree for chefs? Given how great London’s dining scene has become in the last 25 years or so, it would be interesting readin...

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Your Rights

In response to Labour’s promise to extend workers’ rights, the government announced that it hopes to move ahead with plans to boost the rights of w...

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Have A Good Time X Adidas unites one of the biggest brands in the world with one of the coolest

‘When Should You Label a Relationship?’ and ‘No Label Dating: Can You Have Love Without Commitment?’ are two headlines you wouldn’t expect to...

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boygenius shows how supergroups should be done

When three artists, with insurmountably sublime talent and a distinctive penchant for crafting the most viscerally emotive songs in their own parti...

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Bridge of Clay and Brief Answers to the Big Questions

Fiction: Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak -Words by Josh Mcloughlin  “Writing is always difficult”. Thirteen years after his best-selling teen novel ...

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Joining the Party: The Importance of Self-promotion as a Freelancer

Marketing yourself can seem like an insurmountable task, but it is part of making your career as a freelancer work. Digital Marketing master Fi Sha...

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A Bloody Visual Feast: Macbeth at The Barbican

While many will be drawn to the RSC’s latest revival of the classic Shakespeare play by Christopher Eccleston, this adaptation has some unexp...

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Gourmet Goat

Once you work your way through the crowds, one of the best sandwiches in London resides in Borough Market at The Gourmet Goat Borough Market. Too e...

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Tania Bruguera forces consideration of Migration at the Turbine Hall

Cuban artist Tania Bruguera has spent her career commenting on institutional power, borders, and migration, with work in the media of installation,...

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Shoreditch Ski Club and the Move to Sustainable Fashion

Sustainable fashion has long been a holy grail in the industry, but very few brands have been able to find the balance between affordability and st...

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Debt

A week after the budget was released it has become clear that the focus for many new freelancers and self-employed is the abundance of debt in thei...

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Netflix shows House of Cards doesn’t need Spacey to Shine

What happens when an Emmy winning show loses their main character before their final season? After Netflix cut ties with Kevin Spacey, questions we...

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Milkman and How to Be Right… In a World Gone Wrong

Fiction: Milkman by Anna Burns –Words by Celia Jenkins There’s always a bit of a buzz when the Man Booker Prize shortlist is announced, and t...

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Audiobooks offers frantic feeling with Now! (in a minute)

Offering an eclectic mixture of spoken word and dance beats, Audiobooks’ new album Now! (in a minute) speaks to the potential of the bandR...

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All Work, Little Pay: The Life of a Freelance Writer in the Gig Economy

Gareth Hancock writes on leaving his job as a builder to become a copywriter and the race to the bottom that content mills and online freelance mar...

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