The music industry, misogyny and the male gaze

By Darcy Nathan Growing up as a young, female music fan in the 00s and 10s was a mixed bag. Whilst we had the progressive changes towards the ‘body positivity’ movement we see today (think Destiny’s Child - Bootylicious, the rise of Kim K, and Sir Mix-a-lot), I also have lasting memories of watching the... Continue Reading →

Single Review: Hania – ‘Asleep’

By Erin McGroovy ‘Asleep’ is the latest single seeing us into the summer from Hanna Maria Barsznica, aka Hania, dropping 10th July in Europe. It is the first track from her eagerly awaited EP, floating down onto the scene later this year. Hania recently broke away from the independent label she was signed to in... Continue Reading →

The impacts of being an influencer.

By Law Emilia With eyes glued to the glowing screen of my phone I sat with a lump in my throat.  My chest was tight, anxiety was building and my risk of developing repetitive strain syndrome in my thumbs was increasing with each time I pressed refresh on my new Instagram post. You’d think this... Continue Reading →

DARLING ZINE

DARLING ZINE by Emily Duff - Issue 1. Tits Upon Tyne will be featured in the format of an interview with founder, Natalie Greener. Darling Zine Issue One by Emily Duff, Cover by Rebecca Reed (Candy Vortex) - Promoting Creative Wxmen in Music, Art and Film - 44 Full Colour Pages Professionally Printed - Uses... Continue Reading →

7 Important songs for racial discussion

By Ryan Wallace - Featuring Phibi Olumide In a time as heated as this, it’s important to educate ourselves on the reasons why we’re fighting against racism. Seeing as though music has always been an important tool in pushing challenging ideas and questioning the norm, I got in contact with musician Phibi Olumide to help... Continue Reading →

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