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Interview: CHVRCHES

Tucked into the Union’s cluttered backstage area with an unassuming air, you would never guess that the synthpop trio were in the middle of their...

Music

Feature: Going It Alone

In the light of Independent Venue Week, Hannah Embleton-Smith finds out from industry insiders how Cardiff fares with small-time success in ‘Going It...

Features

Communication Problems

With the image of heads buried in their hand-held screens surrounding us, Andy Love examines the way smart phones have changed our social interactions in...

Features

#OCDPROBLEMS

Toby Mott discusses Channel 4’s ‘Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners’ and the perception of OCD as a cute quirk. 
“Obsessive Compulsive...

Travel

Top Travel Blogs

Like many final year students too scared to face up to real-world demands and find a job just yet, I’ve recently been planning a post-University gap year to...

Travel

Travel Aspirations 2014

This month Quench Travel finds out which destinations are tempting our fellow students to explore different cultures in 2014! 

Interrailing

Following a...

Music

Review: Eagulls – Eagulls

The Leeds-based five-piece will drop their self-titled LP on March 3rd, but is it more eagle or seagull? Perhaps someone has already come up with that, but...

Music

Interview: Sivu

Ed Watson sits down with James Page, the man behind hotly-tipped singer-songwriter Sivu.

Your pseudonym ‘Sivu’ is a Finnish translation of your actual...

Features

The Battle of Banter

The term ‘banter’ is pretty friendly.  Or at least, it used to be. Once upon a time, it meant an amicable ‘rib-digging’ between two leisurely...

Features

Cardiff at Christmas

The Christmas holidays. Most students start counting down the days to this frenzy of seasonal television, Baileys and pyjamas as legitimate daywear in...

Music

Interview: Childhood

Your music has been described as ‘The Stone Roses flapping at Echo and the Bunnymen’s long coats and mussing Robert Smith’s hair’. How close in general...

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