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Tracks: Albert Hammond Jr, Clairo, Poppy and more

Maybe it’s the vague air of rebirth in the air (our Bible knowledge being a bit rusty that’s as far as any comparisons will go) but if you’re after something to soundtrack the rustling of Creme Egg wrappers over the long weekend, you could do worse than have a gander at this lot.

‘100-99’ is apparently the successful ticking off of a long-standing box for Albert Hammond Jr, the Strokes guitarist’s love for hip hop not having culminated in anything perceivable in his music before GoldLink’s gues

Tracks: Empire State Bastard, The Japanese House, Bully and more

There’s no doubt it’s a bumper week for big albums: Lana , Fall Out Boy and hip hop’s current foremost BFFs, JPEGMAFIA and Danny Brown’s collaboration are all sure to be in a metaphorical tussle for the top spots on next week’s chart countdowns across a not inconsiderable chunk of the globe. But for those after a much more concise play, we’ve been treated to newbies from acts including new Simon Neil-led project Empire State Bastard , The Japanese House , Bully , Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard and more

Tracks: JPEGMAFIA x Danny Brown, Lana Del Rey, The Chemical Brothers and more

Spring has sprung, at least for the ten minutes while we’re writing this paragraph, and with it has come news of some quite exciting new records, of which J PEGMAFIA and Danny Brown teaming up leads the pack. The pair’s ‘Scaring The Hoes’ is set to be released at the end of the month, and they’ve given us lead track, ‘Lean Beef Patty’. We’ve also got another from Lana Del Rey’s latest out next week , brand new Chemical Brothers , a new Ryan Beatty record on the way , and much more. For what we’v

How Waterloo Road is Normalising Disability in Mainstream Schools

Waterloo Road is back and more explosive than ever before. After seven years away, the BBC fan favourite high school soap has returned to our screens, tackling the issues of modern-day living that affect young people up and down the country.

Something the show has always been at the forefront of though, compared to its counterparts is representing disability in a mainstream school setting.

Since its arrival in 2006, Waterloo Road has made a real impact with its highlighting of disability issue

The Portsmouth Scene: 11 Acts To Know | Gigwise

A crash course of the local sound

When you think of Portsmouth you two things probably come to mind. The Spinnaker Tower and that viral Chris Kamara clip from Fratton Park. Whilst the “I dunno Jeff” meme cemented us into the brains of football Twitter, did you know Portsmouth also has a vibrant, thriving music scene?

From Saturday nights at the Wedgewood Rooms to Victorious Festival, music is an integral part of our waterfront city. That being said, here are 11 upcoming Portsmouth acts you nee

Why the Rosie Jones Accessibility Backlash is Misplaced

Comedian Rosie Jones has made a name for herself on shows such as The Last Leg and Would I Lie To You?. Her unique style of self-depreciation has made her a household name in recent years and a particular favourite within the disabled community. Rosie has cerebral palsy and raises awareness of disability issues within her comedy.

She recently came under fire when it was revealed that she occasionally performs in venues with little to no accessibility meaning that many disabled fans are unable t

'Being proud of my disability means being proud of myself and what I can do'

Disability is often seen as a negative of life, a predicament in which one will become unhappy, unworthy or a burden on society - but that couldn't be further from the truth. For me being disabled is one of the huge positives in my life, so I wanted to find out what makes other people proud to be disabled.

The 43-year-old accessibility campaigner from Northern Ireland lives with a rare disease named Mucopolysaccharide Morquio. It’s a genetic disease that restricts growth leading to other condit