Tag: #iamdemon


Interview Time : SLAVES

Slumped on the sofa, complaining about the wifi but being as charming as ever, Slaves are exactly what you’d expect. With their overall relaxed aura and friendly attitude it was clear that everyone’s favourite misfits were going to provide both...

/ 2nd February 2017

Leo Stannard – Leicester The Cookie

Leo Stannard’s Saturday gig at The Cookie was by all standards an undoubtedly great performance. The acoustic-loving Leicester-local took to the stage with a streak of light chords, to which the crowd quickly dropped their conversations and whipped out their...

/ 4th November 2016

Magique ‘Baby Blue’ – The Review

Magique’s ‘Baby Blue‘ finds itself in the centre of a synthesised dream, resulting in a very promising debut single for an eager emerging figure in an already-bustling alternative scene. The opening beat sounds like the kind of muffled …

/ 2nd November 2016

Good Mental Health & Studying = The Student Oxymoron

The sun is finally out, blinding us till late afternoons, the winter chill will soon be replaced by a warm breath of spring, and on top of that there is only TWO DAYS of term left. And also for me, as...

/ 16th March 2016
This time, Ryan plays a high school history teacher, Mr. D, who is a little different to what you'd normally expect

Love or hate Ryan Reynolds, his lesser known films are the real stars

Ryan Reynolds has always been a bone of contention for cinema goers over the years, his blockbusters being a point of discussion for many critics. Bring up his career and people will commonly question ‘where did it all go wrong?’,...

/ 13th February 2016

Go Through A Dry January for a Perfect Summer

Over the next couple of months I, alongside many other students, am embarking on a plan that should not really exist. It is a bold and dramatic journey in itself, to give up the lifestyle choice that makes us easily...

/ 24th January 2016

Leicester’s Best Gigs – Saint Raymond @ O2 Academy

A number of talented singer-songwriters have emerged from these shores over the last few years, most notably names like Jake Bugg and George Ezra. And, judging from their performances at Leicester’s O2 Academy, a trio of new acts look set...

/ 4th December 2015

Born and Bred – Marcus Joseph

Leicester’s Marcus Joseph, saxophonist turned spoken word artist, is a man who transcends musical boundaries and genres to produce inspiring, optimistic and life-affirming songs that are perfectly encapsulated in his new E.P, Real Talk, an ambitious fusion of Jazz …

/ 18th November 2015

Leicester’s Best Gigs – Lucy Rose @ O2 Academy

Lucy Rose Parton, more commonly known as Lucy Rose, is a singer/songwriter from Warwickshire. Her second album, Work It Out, was released earlier this year and she has been touring around Europe and the UK demonstrating what that album’s got...

/ 16th November 2015

Sunday Spa Day: Discover Botanical Beauty

I thought I would try Arbonne because their website looked promising – the skincare brand creates products that are cruelty-free, and botanically-based. Well, that’s what it doesn’t include, so what does it actually do? On first try, the moisturiser (I read...

/ 15th November 2015