It is an artists right for their music to be properly distributed.
As of recent, everyone has probably felt themselves edge towards introversion at some point – this album is a ‘coruscrating journey into the heart of what it means to be alive in these tumultuous times.’
..the drama of the Royal Opera House extended into the contradictions and privileges witnessed within and outside its walls
Indigo Lilburn-Quick, BA History and Politics 2019 was not a good year by all accounts: the world is on fire, Boris Johnson has control of the country and we are turbulently heading towards Brexit. But in amongst the chaos we can find moments of release. For me, when I want to get away from the […]
In conversation with Yijia This series seeks to highlight the talent and stories of women musicians of colour at SOAS. Sasha Patel, BA History and South Asian Studies (Hindi Pathway) Tell us about yourself, what do you play? I’m Yijia, a singer-songwriter and instrumentalist. I prefer to use my voice and own creativity as my […]
Sasha Patel, BA History and South Asian Studies (Hindi Pathway) So, tell us a bit about yourself. What do you play, what’s your style? I’m Edith Katiji, leader of Edith WeUtonga, a self-taught bassist. I started as part of an all female band from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, which was a project funded to train women musically. […]