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Hi, I'm Hannah - a second-year Film and Television student at the University of Lincoln, originally from suburban South London. My interests (unsurprisingly) include film, television, as well as writing about music and travel.
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Oxfordshire's small festival with some not-so small names.

Festival review: Truck Festival 2018

Oxfordshire's small festival with some not-so small names.

We catch up with the Californian trio in Liverpool, just hours before their O2 Academy show.

Interview: LANY

We catch up with the Californian trio in Liverpool, just hours before their O2 Academy show.

LANY’s first time playing a complete set in Liverpool was a fitting farewell to the UK as the debut album tour stint comes to a close.

Live review: LANY @ O2 Academy Liverpool, 19/06/18

LANY’s first time playing a complete set in Liverpool was a fitting farewell to the UK as the debut album tour stint comes to a close.

“We accept the reality of the world with which we are presented.”

20 years of The Truman Show - how close are we to Jim Carrey’s nightmarish reality?

“We accept the reality of the world with which we are presented.”

The bank holiday soundtrack to your four-day week

Fresher Sounds – the best new music – 28/05/18

The bank holiday soundtrack to your four-day week

Now approaching its 20th year in the Oxfordshire countryside, Truck Festival returns.

Festival preview: Truck Festival 2018

Now approaching its 20th year in the Oxfordshire countryside, Truck Festival returns.

Fresh off the back of their new album, Peace rocked an excitable O2 Forum.

Live review: Peace @ O2 Forum Kentish Town, 16/05/18

Fresh off the back of their new album, Peace rocked an excitable O2 Forum.

The island is a front runner for sustainable ecotourism.

Formentera: the smallest Balearic Island with a BIG green footprint

The island is a front runner for sustainable ecotourism.

Give Peace a chance, the Birmingham band return in their most vulnerable state yet.

Album Review: Peace – Kindness Is the New Rock and Roll

Give Peace a chance, the Birmingham band return in their most vulnerable state yet.

The seven photo interview series marks mental health awareness week.

‘We Love Life’ exhibition explores musicians and their mental health

The seven photo interview series marks mental health awareness week.

Half a billion Australian dollars have been pledged.

Queensland: Australia pledges to invest millions in Great Barrier Reef restoration

Half a billion Australian dollars have been pledged.

In no particular order...
This week's favourites are...
The Store X, The Strand, hosts an exclusive look at Isle of Dogs for a limited time

A free Wes Anderson exhibition has popped up in London

The Store X, The Strand, hosts an exclusive look at Isle of Dogs for a limited time

Returning for its 24th year, FIB Benicàssim is bringing the best in rock, indie and alternative to the sunny Mediterranean.

Festival Preview: FIB Benicàssim 2018

Returning for its 24th year, FIB Benicàssim is bringing the best in rock, indie and alternative to the sunny Mediterranean.

With no Glastonbury this year, it’s time to head abroad.

Festival Guide 2018: the best European festivals

With no Glastonbury this year, it’s time to head abroad.

Just because you can’t necessarily see or hear it, doesn’t mean that guitar music isn’t happening – you are just choosing not to experience it.

No, guitar music isn't dead

Just because you can’t necessarily see or hear it, doesn’t mean that guitar music isn’t happening – you are just choosing not to experience it.

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