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Kirstie Sutherland
Cardiff University
Currently studying an MA in Magazine Journalism at Cardiff University. BA English Literature and Hispanic Studies graduate from University of Birmingham. Mainly writes about music. Partial to a strong coffee and a good book or podcast.
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A daring, exploratory album that flickers between light and darkness.

Album Review: Christine and the Queens - Chris

A daring, exploratory album that flickers between light and darkness.

We speak to The Kooks' lead singer Luke Pritchard about their brand new album Let's Go Sunshine.

Interview: Luke Pritchard

We speak to The Kooks' lead singer Luke Pritchard about their brand new album Let's Go Sunshine.

Kirstie Sutherland reflects on Years & Years' perfect slice of summer pop.

Album review: Years & Years - Palo Santo

Kirstie Sutherland reflects on Years & Years' perfect slice of summer pop.

Marvelling at the multi-instrumentalist's sold out show

Live Review: Tom Misch @ O2 Institute, Birmingham (11/03/18)

Marvelling at the multi-instrumentalist's sold out show

With a week until Christmas, unwrap some new musical gifts from this week's list

Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 18/08/2017

With a week until Christmas, unwrap some new musical gifts from this week's list

The verdict on Wolf Alice's ethereally rocky live show.

Wolf Alice @ O2 Academy Birmingham (16/11/17)

The verdict on Wolf Alice's ethereally rocky live show.

TV
The announcement comes in the midst of the Kevin Spacey sexual abuse allegations

Netflix has cancelled House of Cards

The announcement comes in the midst of the Kevin Spacey sexual abuse allegations

TV
The Broadchurch star is set to star in the third and fourth season of the royal drama.

Olivia Colman announced as new star of Netflix series The Crown

The Broadchurch star is set to star in the third and fourth season of the royal drama.

TV
The fifth and final season of Orphan Black means business.

TV Review: Orphan Black (Season 5)

The fifth and final season of Orphan Black means business.

Another week, another hand-picked playlist for you to enjoy.

Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 07/08/2017

Another week, another hand-picked playlist for you to enjoy.

One UK university hosts only five international students

Statistics from 2016/17 reveal difference in home and international student numbers

One UK university hosts only five international students

Harvesting the agave plant is thirsty work...

The history of Tequila: Taste-testing on a London rooftop bar

Harvesting the agave plant is thirsty work...

The customer wrote that they had seen the owners' child running around naked on the premises.

Vegan restaurant in America responds angrily to viral 2-star review

The customer wrote that they had seen the owners' child running around naked on the premises.

They would be the first UK university to open a European branch since Brexit.

King's College London plan to open campus in Germany

They would be the first UK university to open a European branch since Brexit.

The U-turns just keep on coming following last month's election result.

Andrea Leadsom hints at student loan interest rate U-turn

The U-turns just keep on coming following last month's election result.

The University of Mississippi will place signs on campus recognising pre-Civil War work.

American university to acknowledge slave labour on campus

The University of Mississippi will place signs on campus recognising pre-Civil War work.

200 students refused to pay their rent for five months in protest.

UCL students win £1.5 million pledge after rent strikes

200 students refused to pay their rent for five months in protest.

One university in particular has 85% female students

New statistics reveal gender disparity at UK universities

One university in particular has 85% female students

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