Review: Darwin Deez @ Thekla

On the slightly belated 10th anniversary of his breakthrough self-titled album, Darwin Deez (2009), American indie artist Darwin Deez took to Thekla to play his danceable setlist in full, which kept the crowds’ bodies and emotions moving.
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Judge rules Bristol University guilty of failings contributing to the death of Natasha Abrahart

The University of Bristol must pay £50k in damages for discrimination against a student who took her own life in April 2018.
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Where to go wild swimming around us

The Croft Magazine // Wild swimming has really taken off over the last couple of years. It has great health benefits and is a great way to explore nature.
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Everything Everywhere All at Once is unafraid to mix soul and splendour, resulting in a beautifully profound cinematic fantasy

As Yeoh battles enemy after enemy and attempts to make sense of her situation, her relationship with her daughter remains the focal point, with traditional values and the varying ways her life could have taken shape providing nuance to some of the best technical filmmaking I have ever seen
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Bristol's Emerging Musicians

With Bristol’s large and diverse nightlife, it can often be difficult to see through the drum and bass and Bed Mondays flyers that circulate the city.
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Ozark ends on a high, bringing the acclaimed series to a tense, yet anticlimactic, close

Dark, chilling, action-packed. The final part of Ozark’s long-awaited Season 4 leaves viewers desperately yearning for another season they’ll never see
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Review: Arcade Fire - WE

Arcade Fire fail to recreate the ground-breaking sounds of previous records with this inconsistent and unoriginal release. An album which pairs tired social commentary with generic musical interludes, WE is an ambitious yet disappointing output from the once darlings of Indie rock.
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