Self-Care Sunday #5: Five Subscription Boxes To Up Your Self-Care Sunday Game

Three weeks into 2021 and for many of us in lockdown in the UK, we’ve been thrust back into the fever dream of banana bread-making, endless Netflix-watching and ​more Zoom quizzes. And while it might seem logical to just cocoon in your bed and never come out, we are here to provide you with self-care tips to fight those January blues. Continue reading Self-Care Sunday #5: Five Subscription Boxes To Up Your Self-Care Sunday Game

New Music Friday 22/01/2021

You may not believe it, but we are still in the first month of 2021. Lots of important events have already taken place such as another national lockdown, the US Capitol Riots and finally the Presidential Inauguration, it feels like this year is going to bring some big changes. One thing that won’t change is our love for music and sharing our favourites with you. Continue reading New Music Friday 22/01/2021

Movie Soundtrack Wednesday #8 – Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

Words: Giulia Lombardo Set in a music studio between the 1920s and 1930s, ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ tells the story of four musicians kept under control by Ma Rainey (Viola Davis), a highly esteemed legend in blues music or else, if you ask me, the queen of blues. In the movie the characters put in the foreground are presented, ready to clash and defend their … Continue reading Movie Soundtrack Wednesday #8 – Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

Movie Soundtrack Wednesday #7 – Selena: the series

Words: Giulia Lombardo A month ago, Netflix blessed us music lovers with a series entirely based on the life of the one and only, Selena Quintanilla. The story of Selena Quintanilla Perez is very touching and inspiring: raised under the aegis of a father who dreamed of being able to see her become a great singer, and driven above all by her not being able … Continue reading Movie Soundtrack Wednesday #7 – Selena: the series

Movie Soundtrack Wednesday #5 – The Prom

Words: Giulia Lombardo ‘The Prom’ is an original Netflix film under the full direction of Ryan Murphy (director of ‘Glee’, ‘American Horror Story’, ‘Ratched’ and ‘Hollywood’): based on the musical of the same name created by Chad Beguelin and Bob Martin – who also edited the script of the film – it tells the story of Dee Dee Allen (Meryl Streep) and Barry Glickman (James … Continue reading Movie Soundtrack Wednesday #5 – The Prom