Candid Orange Mix Series | Dig B

Dig B kicks off this weekend with a Candid Orange mix. CO001, a blend of club, breaks, bass, trance, speed garage and footwork. Manchester DJ, Dig B, starts off the new mix series for Candid Orange; just in time for your weekend shenanigans. Track list Dolo Percussion – Dolo & The BirdsAnimals Club – Japan…

What the book?! | Fahrenheit 451: A world without books?

By Remi Trovo “If you can’t solve a problem, burn it” – Captain Beatty Imagine a world where the fire brigade start fires rather than put them out. Imagine a world where all four walls of living rooms in every house are replaced by giant TV screens, bombarding people with a constant stream of television…

Windrush Generation: What has happened since the 2018 scandal?

By Giorgia Vittorino It has been two years since the Windrush scandal came to public attention in 2018. The scandal, which surfaced during Theresa May’s administration, resulted in hundreds of Caribbean immigrants falling victim to unjust immigration enforcement, with many being detained and deported. Those who had arrived in the UK between 1948 and 1973,…

Short Story | The Ice Cream Man by Molly East

Of course there’s a first time for everything: first words, first kisses, the first bike ride without stabilisers, the first nativity play at school. We often forget about the last times, though. Within our lives, we will all hear a loved one’s voice for the last time. We’ll play with our favourite childhood toy for…

Uighur genocide: What, why and how is this happening?

By Polly Pye In an interview with BBC’s Andrew Marr last weekend, the Chinese ambassador to the UK yet again denied any mistreatment of the Uighur population by the Chinese government. Despite being presented with leaked footage of Uighurs, chained, blindfolded and being led onto trains, China’s UK ambassador unconvincingly argued that the footage formed…

Empowering womxn in the arts | Join the Self Love Revolution

The @selfloverev is a digital designer who encourages self-acceptance, internal healing and empowering womxn through art. An excerpt from The Self Love Revolution My name is Hannah and I am an artist and writer based in the UK. I run the page called @theselfloverev on Instagram and I am passionate about creating digital content which encourages…

How are climate activists still fighting the good fight amidst coronavirus?

By Lucy Robinson Pre-coronavirus, climate activism had been in the midst of a seismic shift. The movement was developing momentum day by day and activists were taking over the world with their offline campaigning and protesting. From over 13,000,000 people marching for Fridays For Future, to Extinction Rebellion shutting down Oxford Circus, climate activism had…

The Bro Code: Where are all the women in coding?

Few people know that the first computer programmers were women, but it’s certainly no secret that there is now a huge gender gap in the technology industry.  Silicon Valley has a reputation for being male-dominated. And it’s a well-deserved reputation, as the majority of people working in the technology industry are both white and male. According to Google’s own…