2019 September

How sustainable is the fur industry?

1st September 2019

Daniella MeehanWriter In the latest instalment of our environmentalism series, Daniella Meehan examines the fur industry’s impact on the environment. Every year, more than 50 million animals are bred and killed for the production of fur in the EU. The UK plays a large part in this industry – it is estimated that we slaughter ...

Gig Review: Shredd @ King Tut’s

1st September 2019

Mitchell McKee Writer When I saw the infamous steps of King Tut’s Wah Wah hut, which were bedecked with hallowed names such as Oasis, Artic Monkeys, and Biffy Clyro, I was ready to see a night of music. The first acts of the evening were Sobriety, Messed Up Youth, and Gelatine. All three hail from ...

Gig Review: The Cure @ Bellahouston Park

1st September 2019

Chloe Waterhouse Deputy Culture Editor – Music As their first show on Scottish soil in 27 years, I’m unsure what to expect from NME’s New Wave poster boys – especially since this is my first time viewing them in the flesh. This year the band also celebrate the 30th anniversary of Disintegration, a monolithic album ...