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Record Store Day 2017

It’s come around already; the calendar event for music and vinyl enthusiasts to get up at a god-awful time, queue on a desolate street, to (hopefully) get their hands on some cherished pieces. After...

Album Review: The Big Moon – Love in the 4th Dimension

Everyone had that phase in their teenage years where they decided they were cool, moody and wanted to be Avril Lavigne or Green Day with the black eyeliner and heavy fringes. Although The Big...

Another Arrogant Wannabe: An Interview with Rory Wynne

The music industry is littered with mercurial characters. If nothing else it’s a way of creating a mystique and intrigue around your music and often makes for an entertaining read. Just look at the...
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Poltimore Sessions 2017 | Sophie Sutton

In collaboration with XTV and Poltimore Festival, Exeposé Music is hyped to present the Poltimore Sessions, where local artists on Poltimore Festival’s esteemed bill play a live set in the run up to the...

Omelettes, Girl Bands & Sneezing: an Interview with The Big Moon

Indie rock bands that are worth listening to are somewhat few and far between at the moment. The Big Moon have ideas however, with the refreshing all-female four-piece set to drop their debut album, Love in the...

Live Review: Blossoms @ Exeter Lemon Grove

I'm just going to put it out there: I liked Blossoms before they were cool. Admittedly, it was just a few months before they were cool — I discovered them while stumbling around Spotify...

Album Review: Drake – More Life

Categorising More Life as a ‘playlist’ is an interesting yet calculated move from Drake. It displays a sense of awareness that this material is not worthy of a formal ‘album’ status, so it makes its way onto...

Album Review: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Flying Microtonal Banana

The first of King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard’s alleged 5 album releases coming this year kicks the newest set of material, since last year’s fantastic and mind-boggling Nonagon Infinity, off to a great start. The band...

Live Review: EUCO Spring Concert @ Mary Harris Memorial Chapel

The Chapel is one of those corners of campus that I find myself often walking past, but never having gone in. Tucked behind the Old Library, it’s a small and intimate space (albeit one...

BREAKING: Poltimore Festival Headliner Announced

Matthew and the Atlas That’s right, the crowning cherry on top of Exeter’s edgiest arts event has been confirmed. Indie-folk quintet Matthew and the Atlas will be gracing Poltimore House’s hallowed halls come May. Having just...

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