Emily McDonnell

Emily has written 15 articles for Nouse

Introducing: Little Moon

Fresh new sounds emerge from the promising Bristol student band, Little Moon

Rwanda Reborn

More than two decades on from the Rwandan genocide, Emily McDonnell explores the legacy of the disaster and the country’s growing tourist industry

Review: Jane Eyre

The National Theatre and Bristol Old Vic’s co-produced production of Jane Eyre brings new life to the novel, without betraying the text. Emily McDonnell reviews

Recipe: Almond Hot Chocolate

Emily Mcdonnell Thomas switches up the classic hot chocolate, perfect to indulge in as winters sets in

Live Review: Darwin Deez @ The Duchess, York

Unique and unusual maverick, Darwin Deez delivers his own style of whimsy at The Duchess, York reports Emily McDonnell

Darwin Deez: ‘There’s power in that kind of song writing that I try to opt for’

Indie-popster Darwin Deez speaks to Emily McDonnell about touring, songwriting, and York’s disappointing tourist attractions

Album Review: Jonathan Jeremiah – Oh Desire

Emily McDonnell sees British folk staple Jonathan Jeremiah bounce back with refreshingly soulful third album

Album Review: Lana Del Rey – Honeymoon

It is evident that Del Rey has found her niche in the industry with her fourth album as a classic, sophisticated, old Hollywood style icon, writes Emily McDonnell

Album Review: The Maccabees – Marks To Prove It

The Maccabees return with a bold and mature follow-up to 2012’s Given To The Wild

Live Review: The Stranglers @ Fibbers, York

Storming their way through song after song, classic after classic, The Stranglers delight at Fibbers. Emily McDonnell reviews

The Stranglers: “We’re just part of the British music institution”

Emily McDonnell discusses the key to longevity and the legacy of punk with Baz Warne of the iconic 70s rock group

Top 10 UK Festivals in 2015

Music’s writers rank the best of the bunch in the summer festival season ahead