Black Mirror Series 4: Review

Black Mirror has been the benchmark for cutting edge television since it first aired in 2011. Writer, Charlie Brooker, uses closed story arcs to depict numerous dystopian scenarios which usually have come about due to technology becoming detrimental to the world we know. But with the divisive series on it’s fourth season, can Black Mirror maintain its appeal?   USS Callister This star-trek inspired comedy-thriller was a truly excellent start to season 4. Despite some absolutely shameless netflix plugging within the opening scenes, this ended up being one of the most exciting, and also one of the funniest, Black Mirror…

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What genre of music will the 2010s be remembered for?

One thing that no music lover will never be able to escape is the idea of people claiming that they ‘were born in the wrong generation’. Whether they desire to be living through the synthpop era of the 80s, Bowie’s glam days in the 70s, or the Britpop battles of the 90s, there is always a section of society which just isn’t content with their contemporary kingpins of the music biz. But the best way to judge a certain decade of music is by assessing what it will be remembered for. This begs the million dollar question of what will…

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Technology vs. Tradition: Evolution of the Music Industry

The development of technology has long-since been a hot topic of debate within the majority of industries over the last half a century. Many people are of the persuasion that any technological advancement which moves an industry forward should be welcomed as a healthy improvement, whereas others seem to cherish the authenticity of certain industries and will do anything to prevent it being tarnished. The music industry is no exception to this overwhelming trend. As if contemporary music doesn’t give fans enough to debate about, people are now pondering how music should be consumed, how much access we should have…

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