Parkfield: A Victory for Bigots and Cowardly Politicians

Image description: Rainbow flags waving at Pride. The decision of Parkfield Community School (in Alum Rock, Birmingham) to indefinitely suspend its teaching of the ‘No Outsiders’ programme––a part of the curriculum which teaches inclusion and diversity––is a saddening step back in the fight for equality. In capitulating to the protesters outside its gates, the school […]

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Oxford gets hungry like the wolf

With their off-kilter blend of folky-Britpop and grunge, Wolf Alice have developed an incredible online following and were named by BBC Radio 6 Music as the most blogged about artist of 2013.  Superfood too built their initial following online and this, combined with the band members’ young ages has understandably led to a pretty young […]

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Birmingham serves up a tasty indie treat

Superfood are playing a recently performed version of mega-hit ‘Happy’ in the moments before their interview. It’s a clever reworking: indie guitars mixing with chilled-out percussion, while idiosyncratically Brummie vocals have their way with Pharrell’s catchy melody. It’s a decent representation of Superfood as a whole. More than anything they are a playful band. They […]

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