Goldsmiths' Official Student Magazine
"There is no definite genre - the album beats like a heart going up and down as it swiftly changes tone from one track to another." - Music editor Jaime Suarez reviews Donald Glover's new album...
"I know it’s tempting to complete work from home in your pyjamas - I’m doing it right now. But great style can bring joy even to the greyest of situations." - Fashion editor Will Ritchie shares with us his biggest fashion inspiration when spending time at home due to corona virus.
Haunted by the nostalgic memory of seeing them in Guadalajara, music editor Jaime Suarez shares another emotional gig experience with us - Milky Chance at O2 Academy Brixton.
"The film’s patent loyalty to the female gaze signifies a new beginning for film...Sciamma helps set an example for female representation and leaves room for further discussion." - Arts & Culture editor Gabriella Persia discusses some of the the cinematic tropes challenged and transformed by writer and director Céline Sciamma in her film ‘Portrait with a Lady on Fire’.
As I write this, my shoulders are tense and I’m finding it hard to relax. I’ve just returned home from a late night viewing of Robert Eggers’ latest journey into madness and melancholic mayhem, The Lighthouse, and it was, to say the least, a stressful affair. From its opening scene, throughout which a foghorn incessantly…
"We’re trying to say that we own this space, we’re going to use it to facilitate connections and workshops, but then also facilitate discussions and dialogue and also action against 'Evolve Goldsmiths'"
- Arts & Culture Editor Joseph Hewlett-Hall went down to the Student Strike Hub to talk to some of its members and find out more about their aims - this is what he heard.
Emotional trauma in childhood often creates toxic behaviour in adult relationships. Can we ever break this cycle of emotional abuse and create relationships with a happy ending?
Today (the 19th February) marks the anniversary of the death of Derek Jarman, "One of Britain’s boldest and most visionary artists." Arts & Culture editor Joseph Hewlett-Hall pays tribute to the grassroots cinema icon, and discusses his lasting influence on film today, from Mark Jenkin's 'Bait' to Robert Eggers' 'The Lighthouse'.
"I danced, I laughed, I sang. The hopelessness that filled me in the cold line outside the venue was gone. I wanted to listen to it again, and again, and again." Music editor Jaime Suarez was dubious about the new Tame Impala album, but was filled with elated surprise after attending their listening party in Hackney.