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Why Willow Smith’s music is worth keeping an eye on

Seven years have gone by since the annoyingly catchy 'Whip My Hair' single was released by Willow Smith. The daughter of celebrity royalty, Will and Jada Smith, has since been quietly releasing music into the ether - well, on YouTube and SoundCloud to be precise. Her channel 'Frequencies by Willow Smith'

Great British Bake Off is back and Twitter lost its mind

isn't it great how despite the UK falling apart, we all come together to enjoy #GBBO — lauren keeley Ⓥ (@laurenofthesea) August 24, 2016 Val is a little crazy, Kate like swallows, Tom likes the booze, and everyone wants to date Selasi. The show returned for its seventh season last night with a

Things You Never Knew About Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo was more than just meets the brows. The Mexican artist had a life full of pain, romance and above all, powerful artistic talent. But here are a few things you might not have known... She was born Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón: she only changed her name to Frieda

Pink: When Did It Become All About Women?

Colour symbolism is highly culture-specific and changeable. Consider, for example, that white was the traditional colour of mourning in Japan at the same time that black had the same meaning for most of Europe. It is clear that in most of Europe and America in the 19th century and early

Emotional First Aid Kit

First Aid Kit are a breath of Swedish fresh air. A female duo who's lyrics reach far beyond their young years. Klara Söderberg, lead guitarist and vocalist, and her sister Joanna who also sings and plays the keyboard are 22 and 25 years old respectively. It's hard to imagine that two such

10 Books That Will Change the Way You Think

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert Author of the bestselling book Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert talks this time not about pizza, true love and spirituality, but instead of inspiration and creativity. Big Magic encompasses both Gilbert's 'soulful spirituality and cheerful pragmatism' that we know and love, whilst urging us to uncover

Music of the Week: St. Vincent

Anne Erin Clark, known by her stage name of St. Vincent, is an American born singer-songwriter. St. Vincent's work has received consistent praise for its distinct musical style, which brings together influences from soft rock, experimental rock, electropop, and jazz. Her self-titled album St.Vincent, released in February 2014, was named album of the year by The Guardian,

Fall in love with FKA Twigs’ hypnotising voice

This twenty-seven year old trip-hop music sensation has been sweeping the globe since her debut release of Grammy-nominated  LP1 in 2014. Referred to as 'indietronica' FKA Twigs mixes electronic beats and ethereal vocals to create songs that have landed her with the 'Best Track for Two Weeks' running award at the

New York’s Finest Girls Girls Girls

Photographer and curator of the exhibition Brian Boulos has shared the best-of from Max FIsh's latest installment, Girls Girls Girls. The exhibition will solely be showcasing images of women taken by a staggeringly impressive roster of New York's finest photographers, including names such as Richard Kern, Ricky Powell, Magdalena Wosinska, Ben

Top 5 Books Every Feminist Should Read

How to Be a Woman, Caitlin Moran If you are looking to understand the tumultuous perils of becoming a woman - then, look no further than Moran's funny and insightful novel How to Be a Woman. Everything from puberty, first jobs and first loves Moran tackles hard hitting issues regarding the demands