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Album Review: Gorillaz – Humanz.

Gorillaz are back, and though their Plastic Beach may be behind them, they’re still making waves. Virtual waves, that is – it’s been almost twenty years since the animated feet of Gorillaz first stepped...

Album Review: Little Dragon – Season High

Little Dragon – hailing from Gothenburg, Sweden – are certainly a well-established name. Now on their fifth studio album, and featuring collaborations with the likes of Gorillaz and Flume in their back-catalogue, Dragon have...

Album Review: John Mayer – The Search for Everything

If you’re not a major Mayer fan, you may not have noticed that his input on the music market has been pretty minimal for a couple of years. Apart from touring with Dead &...

Album Review: Adore//Repel – Empty Orchestra

Empty Orchestra is the debut album from Adore//Repel, a four-piece band from West Yorkshire. They describe their sound as post-hard-core, shoegaze, instrumental music and this is one of the most unusual and exciting things...

Afropunk London 2017 Preview

Last year saw the massively popular arts festival Afropunk move from its regular hosts of Paris, New York and Atlanta to London, bringing a wave of culture to the UK in its two-day extravaganza....

Album Review: Father John Misty – Pure Comedy

Pure Comedy is the result of an artist who looked at the world around them and thought, "well, it’s a bit shit, isn’t it?". A thirteen-track journey through the "comedy of man", and the...

Album Review: Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.

Socially conscious and lyrically dexterous, Kendrick Lamar’s discography is the antithesis of the vacuous stereotype that surrounds contemporary hip-hop. The atmospheric, autobiographic Good Kid, M.A.A.D City is an American college English text. To Pimp a Butterfly, arguably...
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Poltimore Sessions 2017 | Private Agenda

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...

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...

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