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Shoegaze, music, Matthew Gladstone, Kettle Mag
You're Still in a Dream: The Continuing Legacy of Shoegaze
Matthew Gladstone reflects on the continued relevance of Shoegaze.
festivals, experience, culture, Seonaid McKay, Kettle Mag
Festivals: Better for work or pleasure?
Seonaid McKay considers whether the festival environment is better for work or for pleasure.
Cannes, France, film festival, releases, Liam Taft, Kettle Mag
Cannes 2017: Five must-see films
New films from Kristen Stewart, David Lynch, and Noah Baumbach are set to make headlines.
Chaucer: Why Should We Read Challenging Literature?
Walking into my first English literature lesson of Year 13 I remember wanting to quickly run back.
kettle mag,cheating
Why reputable casinos don’t need to cheat
The thought that online casinos are cheating players isn’t new
Kettle Mag, Festival, Lauren Wise, Hope & Glory Festival
Hope & Glory Festival: 'A festival of anthems'
Lauren Wise speaks to festival co-owner Lee O'Hanlon to see what Liverpool's latest city festival has to offer.
Barn on the farm, festivals, culture, Laura Brown, Kettle Mag
Festival news update
Festival season is creeping ever closer. Here's what you might have missed in the latest festival updates.
Kettlemag, Tom Earnshaw, eSports
The professional eSport players
Tom Earnshaw explores the monetisation of playing computer games.
camera, photography, Emory Hall, Stephanie Hallson, Kettle Mag
Emory Hall: My favourite photographer
Stephanie Hallson explains her love for Emory Hall, and why everyone should appreciate her work.
KettleMag, Favourite Books, Stephanie Hallson
My top 10 favourite nonfiction books
Stephanie Hallson explains why she loves these ten non-fiction books and why you should too.