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Exeposé Music’s Best Albums of 2017: #40-31

40. Migos Culture Migos swaggered into 2017, riding high on the success of scorching, club banger “Bad and Boujee” branded “the best song ever” by Donald Glover....
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Exeposé Music’s Best Albums of 2017: #50-41

50. Sam Smith The Thrill of It All Sam Smith’s The Thrill Of It All is a powerful demonstration of emotion. His second album, the 14...

Live Review: JAWS @ Exeter Phoenix

I would be peddling mistruths if I was to say that I was an avid listener of JAWS before heading into Phoenix last Sunday....
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Live Review: Thank You Scientist @ Exeter Cavern

Thank You Scientist is a band that is impossible to pin down. On the one hand they kind of sound like an orchestra on...

An Interview With: YONAKA

Now touring on the release of their debut EP Heavy, Brighton four-piece YONAKA have been one of British alt-rocks’ most up-and-coming acts in late...

Sounds Like the 70s: 40 Years of 1977’s Best Albums

As the Eagles gear up to belatedly commemorate Hotel California’s 40th anniversary, it is worth looking back at some of the other fantastic work...

Album Review: U2 – Songs of Experience

U2, whilst still huge on the live stage as evidenced by this year’s Joshua Tree 30th anniversary tour, have become something of a polarising...

Live Review: Newton Faulkner @ The Lemon Grove

If charm were a currency, then Newton Faulkner would be a rich man. Thankfully for our sakes it isn’t, and so he has to...
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Proud Disturber of the Peace: An Interview with William the Conqueror’s Ruarri Joseph

Ruarri Joseph’s new alternative project, William The Conqueror, released their awaited debut album, Proud Distributer of the Peace, earlier this year. Joseph’s new rock...

Call It What You Want: Taylor Swift’s ‘reputation’

My reputation has never been worse for being a Taylor Swift fan than in the last few months. I have been repeatedly interrogated about the...