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Liliya Nikolova
Queen Margaret University Edinburgh
Hey, my name is Lili. I study Media and Communication in Edinburgh, UK. Let's have a conversation: l.nikolova15@gmail.com Or check out my blog: https://metatheoryblog.wordpress.com/
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There is a new rebellion-flavored uprising on the musical horizon and it might as well be lead by Kid Kapichi.

EP Review: Kid Kapichi - Kid Kapichi

There is a new rebellion-flavored uprising on the musical horizon and it might as well be lead by Kid Kapichi.

After students wrote a letter of complaint.
Wolf's new track is certainly a wake up call.

Hear This: Dominic Wolf - Clearing Out The Smoke

Wolf's new track is certainly a wake up call.

Tune out the outside world and tune into the newest music releases with the following playlist

Fresher Sounds - This week's best new music - 18/09/17

Tune out the outside world and tune into the newest music releases with the following playlist

The band is heavily jazz-influenced with a vibrant combination of funk and disco hues, creating a playful, yet memorable sound.

Hear This: ALASKALASKA - Patience

The band is heavily jazz-influenced with a vibrant combination of funk and disco hues, creating a playful, yet memorable sound.

While Trump advocates work spaces in favor of climate change, Chile rejects 2.5 billion dollar mining project in order to save the penguins.

Why Climate vs Jobs is a false narrative

While Trump advocates work spaces in favor of climate change, Chile rejects 2.5 billion dollar mining project in order to save the penguins.

‘Golden’ is a highly energized, flowing, and a rather cheeky track.

Hear This: DENIO - Golden

‘Golden’ is a highly energized, flowing, and a rather cheeky track.

The director's unmistakable style does not try to fit into any given style, genre, or approach.

6 films which prove that Jim Jarmusch is one of the greatest filmmakers of our time

The director's unmistakable style does not try to fit into any given style, genre, or approach.

It is quite difficult to describe their style with one word, and perhaps the multifaceted nature of their music is what makes Gulf so intriguing.

Album Review: Gulf - Polyphony

It is quite difficult to describe their style with one word, and perhaps the multifaceted nature of their music is what makes Gulf so intriguing.

The single Talk is just a sample of a what is yet to come in Gulf’s EP Polyphony.

Hear This: Gulf - Talk

The single Talk is just a sample of a what is yet to come in Gulf’s EP Polyphony.

Bulgaria’s unique historical and cultural capital is certainly an adventurous and rather feral city.

5 things to do for free in… Sofia

Bulgaria’s unique historical and cultural capital is certainly an adventurous and rather feral city.

The city never fails to impress visitors and locals.

A cultural guide to... Edinburgh

The city never fails to impress visitors and locals.

What Once Was Ours showcases the attitudes of 200 young people from both the Leave and Remain sides of the debate.

New Brexit-themed production puts real views of young people in the spotlight

What Once Was Ours showcases the attitudes of 200 young people from both the Leave and Remain sides of the debate.

What, where and why you should visit these underrated city treasures.

The alternative guide to New York City

What, where and why you should visit these underrated city treasures.

Introducing 'In Visible Ink', the latest exhibition at The National Theatre.

The National Theatre brings us Queer Theatre to celebrate Pride

Introducing 'In Visible Ink', the latest exhibition at The National Theatre.

What, where, and why you should see these masterpieces of urban culture.

Culture Trip: Berlin Street Art

What, where, and why you should see these masterpieces of urban culture.

The album is assembled in an order so chaotic, it could easily be called a perfectly balanced arrangement.

Album Review: alt-J - Relaxer

The album is assembled in an order so chaotic, it could easily be called a perfectly balanced arrangement.

The works date back from 2003 until 2016, whereby the artist explores the meaning of the self from a deeply personal point of view.

Art Review: Mark Wallinger Mark @ The Fruitmarket Gallery

The works date back from 2003 until 2016, whereby the artist explores the meaning of the self from a deeply personal point of view.

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