Review: The Last Bookshop

Independent bookshops are a dying race, callously destroyed by online purchases and dooming their owners to disillusioning profit losses. However, on 25 Walton Street, a survivor determinedly battles on. The Last Bookshop, providing quaint mint-green tables outside for those who wish to read with a coffee, and a perpetual deal of two books for five […]

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The end of the major record label?

This summer, major record labels have taken some hard and very public hits (no pun intended). With Frank Ocean’s rejection of Def Jam to release Blonde on his independent label Boys Don’t Cry and Chance The Rapper’s self-release of the acclaimed Colouring Book, there’s a growing case to suggest major labels are becoming obsolete. Does […]

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