Gig Review: Bombay Bicycle Club at the Great Hall

Monday 17th March saw the wonderful Bombay Bicycle Club stop off here in Exeter on their current tour. The Great Hall is probably not the most exciting venue the London based Indie four-piece have played, but it served its purpose and was a very pleasant surprise for keen fans (such as myself) here at the Uni.   The evening was sold out and the crowd’s energy … Continue reading Gig Review: Bombay Bicycle Club at the Great Hall

Poetry: Syracuse Bus Terminal

Syracuse Bus Terminal 2:40 in the morning, Syracuse, New York. Mashed snow in the tire-tracks. A dark world turned to sludge. Greyhound in a strange land. An interstitial stop in a vertebral town On the broken spine of the I-90. This place is a monument to the can, To vending machines and exhaust fumes, The tomb of the unknown driver. Nothing wilfully grows here. The … Continue reading Poetry: Syracuse Bus Terminal

Issue 16: Razz Launch Party

This is a gentle reminder that our latest edition of Razz is now in print and available for purchase from the guild shop! Featuring exclusive photography, poetry and non-fiction pieces you won’t want to miss out. Here are a few snapshots from the highly successful magazine launch at Cosy Club and an impromptu celebratory poem by Conor Byrne, our features editor, who was rather taken by … Continue reading Issue 16: Razz Launch Party

Poetry: Under Brooklyn Bridge

  I ended up under Brooklyn Bridge by accident When I strayed from the pre-approved tourist Migration routes up and down the city centre. The unspoken rule was broken: I wasn’t meant to go more than Three avenues either side of Broadway, because Visitors weren’t meant to see the city’s dirty dishes. I wandered under Brooklyn Bridge and found The moraine Manhattan produced. The puddles, … Continue reading Poetry: Under Brooklyn Bridge

How Clean Are Your Clothes?

Razz sat down with Catherine Cartwright, a local artist and print maker, who is spearheading a campaign as part of the Grand Challenges scheme to educates students about fashion ethics. Catherine will be on campus in the Forum from 10-4 on Monday 17th March, where her talking shop will engage the University’s sartorially brilliant students in discussing the heritage of their clothing. Catherine would love … Continue reading How Clean Are Your Clothes?