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Groomed: Manscaping– Shaving your pubic hair

Men everywhere are picking up their razors and daring to go bare.

The Clean Sweep trend seemed to come out of nowhere, after having started to notice it myself, then hearing friends comment, it became clear that manscaping for the modern gent was becoming far more than maintaining the garden …

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In the Studio with Woman’s Hour

Over the past few years, Kendal four-piece Woman’s Hour have slowly been cementing a sound as distinctive as their stage name, which pays homage to the popular radio show. Capitalising on a wave of buzz generated by standout singles ‘To the End’, ‘Darkest Place’ and, most recently, ‘Her Ghost’, the

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Alexa Goddard Doesn’t Want to be Dull

Alexa Goddard is not new at being a popstar. While her debut single may have only just been popped on the internet, Alexa has been singing since she was 14. She initially came to prominence after she recorded and uploaded a cover version of Soulja Boy’s ‘Turn My Swag On’

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Talent Emerging: Deepa Gurnani

We all (us girls) like a sparkly bit of embellishment at somepoint, so when I discovered accessories label Deepa Gurnani – think statement headbands, earrings and necklaces – I was grateful to see a unique idea come into fruition. The duo behind the label, Deepa and her husband Jay

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Re-releases, special editions and re-masters: how far is too far?

If you have an original copy of The Beatles ‘Please Please Me’ on vinyl – the earliest 1963 release – you could cash in at over £10,000. There simply weren’t many of them on first pressing, but in various formats almost one hundred versions of the debut have been printed

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Interview: Nerina Pallot

Nerina Pallot has been in the business for over ten years. Over that time she has released four studio albums, been on countless tours and written for numerous people including X Factor alumni, Diana Vickers, and the queen of glitter and sparkles, Kylie Mingoue. Throughout this time things haven’t always

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Musogyny: To thine own seflie be true.

Everyone knows it’s a man’s world out there (thanks James Brown), but there is none more so than the big bad world of music. From Miley’s twerking to Sinead’s slut shaming, these last months have seen an upward trajectory in the debate around gender issues within music. Rest assured that

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News: Cheyne Walk Brasserie x Meringue Girls

Us Brits love a cuppa, especially when it’s surrounded by ceremony. Our perchance for the hot beverage knows no bounds. Much like Lady Mary and the Dowager Countess of Grantham, we all enjoy a bit of Afternoon Tea. There is a certain elegance attached to the tradition, and you’ll often …

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My favourite songs: Shakka

We tap into Shakka’s sentimental side and ask him to list eight songs that mean the most to him, or have inspired his career thus far. Difficult task given all the amazing music in the world, but he did a stellar job. Have a look at his selection below…

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Moodboard: The Other Tribe

Psychedelic five-piece The Other Tribe have been dominating the festival season this summer. They tell us about their favourite things and what makes them tick.

Bristol’s Bear Pit

Miles: Only a city as wonderful as Bristol would take a pedestrian underpass and turn it into one of the best hangouts …

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