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Has the Mercury Prize lost its way?

The Mercury Prize was created in 1992 as a defiant antithesis to the mainstream BRIT Awards. But almost 30 years on, has it grown...

Why choose vinyl in the age of streaming?

Why, in the age of streaming, where we have access to decades of music at the touch of a button, would anyone choose such...

Review: Glass Animals – Dreamland

After what has been a tumultuous period for Glass Animals following drummer Joe Seaward’s horrific road accident, their long-awaited third album was finally released...

Sheffield SU fundraising initiatives “Run-derpass” and “Fun-derpass” announced

The Students’ Union have launched two student fundraising initiatives in the lead up to the online version of Underpass Festival, due to take place...

Review: Trolls World Tour

Since we last saw the land of Trolldom, newly crowned Queen Poppy (Anna Kendrick) has been trying to figure out how to be a...

Music For Quarantine

Amidst a global pandemic, it can be difficult to find enjoyment. The music world has ground to a halt, with gigs and festivals being...

Forge's favourite video game soundtracks

A lot of praise about video games has come from the way they get you connected with the world around you. One of the...

Review: We Will Rock You at The Lyceum

It’s the year 2300 and the internet controls every element of our lives. Rock and roll ceases to exist and the only music that...

Review: Yesterday

Yesterday, on paper, spells a recipe for delight. It joins two established filmmakers with distinct styles and structures, Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, Slumdog Millionaire) and...

Balance Not Symmetry

★★★★★ This project from Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro has been a long time coming. Originally planned for a 2018 release date, they promised a breath...

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