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Goldsmiths' Official Student Magazine

Taylor McGraa reviews the one of the most evocative spoken word performances to grace South London, created by none other than past Goldsmiths student, Christopher Brett Bailey. Christopher Brett Bailey’s This Is How We Die is a gorgeous, climatic mess of poetry and prose, which uses sensory manipulation and word play to lull you into…
Joseph Abraham reviews Night of the Following Day – Marlon Brando plays a kidnapping criminal in this Reservoir Dog-esque thriller.  Hubert Cornfield’s crime thriller, Night of the Following Day (1968), plays as both a taut crime film and surreal art-house one. It follows a young heiress who is kidnapped by a group of criminals that demand…
Jacob Wyatt reviews the latest London SoKo gig. Damp and dingy, the walls of London’s 100 Club are still stained with the sweat of it’s punk heyday in the 70s, so it seemed a fitting place for half the crowd to get topless on stage at SoKo’s latest show. It was the final date of…
Adam Morby offers yet another opinion of the situation in Paris I was sat in a meeting talking about the news with my senior editors, and we got onto the Paris shootings. Suddenly, I realised how difficult I was finding it to come up with any kind of an opinion and how blurred so many…
Sub-Editors Sophia and Jess create their first instalment of ‘Spotted’ ; a place to celebrate the effortless style that surrounds the fashion scene of our beloved Goldsmiths.    Jeremy Smyth   Politics | Year 1   Jacket – Fred Perry   T-shirt – Avalaan   Trousers – Topman Ao Jing Fine Art | Year 1 Jacket/Shirt – Shoreditch…