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Miley Cyrus: A Fan’s View

Miley Cyrus. We all know her. Perhaps from her previous hit TV show, Hannah Montana, or more likely because of the non-stop controversy she creates; her face – and bum – is currently everywhere. We see her in magazines, on music channels and on the news, and her singles We Can’t Stop and Wrecking Ball […]

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Single Review: We Are One by EDA

Their heaviest song to date, EDA’s new alternative rock single We Are One comprises of rugged vocals on top of a full instrumental sound. The band has produced a wonderfully well-rounded track, which showcases their title lyric ‘We Are One’. It’s a line repeatedly used, hauntingly so towards the culmination of the track where a […]

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Film Review: Captain Phillips

Captain Phillips is the true story of Captain Richard Phillips and the first American cargo ship to be hijacked in two hundred years by Somali pirates. The film is a modern-day piracy thriller from Paul Greengrass, the director of United 93 and the second and third Bourne films. When you’re thinking about pirates and Hollywood, […]

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Single Review: New Blood By Semperfi

After playing at Download Festival and winning the Red Bull Jam competition, Semperfi are back to take on the metal scene. Their 2012 debut album Inside received wide critical acclaim. Now the alternative metal band from Aberdeen in Scotland have returned, demonstrating that they they haven’t been idle while away, with the latest single New […]

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Watercolours Of Guantanamo Bay

American artist and illustrator Steve Mumford’s creates watercolours of the highly controversial detention camp. The artist was given access to the camp with limitations to what he was permitted to convey in his art. Thankfully for most people, this will be the closest they get to seeing the inside of this ominous place. Click on […]

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Gig Review: James Arthur’s Secret Show

On 4 November pop-rock artist, James Arthur, held a ‘secret show’ at 229 Venue on Great Portland Street to celebrate the release of his debut, self-titled album. To generate buzz about the gig, the X-Factor series nine winner hosted an internet scavenger hunt, posting picture clues, like road signs, and blurred images to his Twitter […]

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‘Ard Work Pays Off

Ard Adz & Shallow are aspiring artists from Brixton, South London who both started their journey into music in their early teens. After posting music videos on the Internet the duo have built up a large audience within the UK underground hip-hop scene, with no record company promotion or marketing to help. 
 With extraordinary […]

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Films

Exposure is proud to release its latest short film, Lonely Minds

Sexual health vox pop

A short vox pop video and improvised spoken word poem