7 things I learned as a ‘workie’

In April this year I went down to London for a month of work experience in journalism. A required part of my MA course, I went to the capital for two separate placements during which I was privy to the goings-on at the features desks across four women’s magazines. As you might expect from being the ‘workie’ in the office, my experience was incredibly varied – I’d go as far as to say I went through the motions quite a bit.

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Single Review / Don’t Matter Now – George Ezra

Three years ago, the warm, baritone vocals of singer-songwriter George Ezra cemented him as one of the UK’s most loved and best-selling artists. His first hit ‘Budapest’ was a sleeper, slowly but surely becoming one of the most popular songs of 2014, and with his debut album Wanted On Voyage being an unprecedented success, namely for the man himself (it rose to the number one spot after four months in the chart), Ezra is back to prove he can do it all over again. With his new single, ‘Don’t Matter Now’, it seems he could have another hit on his hands.

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Single Review: Slow Hands – Niall Horan

Another week, another 1D member’s solo effort. This time, Niall Horan is back a second time round with new single, ‘Slow Hands’, and it’s clear that with this track, Horan is well and truly attempting to shake his seemingly holier-than-thou boyband image. We all know that One Direction were never the most innocent of boybands to exist, but with his new single, Horan has gone for a much more raw, sexier vibe that will surely be welcomed by his fans.

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