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Review: Izindava @ Exeter Northcott

Haunting backlights, dark silhouettes and convicting voiceovers - the implications of deeper truths and knowledge are hardly deficient in Bawren Tavaziva’s Izindava. The dancers...

Album Review: Mura Masa – ‘Mura Masa’

The buzz surrounding electro-pop producer Mura Masa, 21 year-old Guernsey-born Alex Crossan, has been intensifying for years now. From instrumental ‘Lotus Eater’ being picked...

Dancesport does Strictly Come Dancing!

All the glitz and glam of Strictly is coming to Exeter for one night only! Read on to make sure that you don't miss...

A pole new perspective?

probably didn’t come into Imy own regarding feminism and activism until I came to university. But since I’ve been here, I’ve realised that its...

Album Review: OneRepublic – Oh My My

F or four long years OneRepublic fans such as myself have been anticipating their fourth album. During this time, we’ve just had to wait and...

Fool yourself into fitness

We all seem to have a never-ending to-do list and getting into shape somehow never makes it to the top. But it takes little...

“My routines aren’t sexy, they’re kind of bonkers”: an interview with...

Aurora Galore is a stage name, but it’s the only name I’m getting. “Nooo,” Galore tells me coquettishly when, as my first question, I...

Pirouettes in Plymouth: a review of Billy Elliot

I admit, having only ever participated in one ballet dance class many moons ago, and failing miserably, I never felt as if I’d missed out on...

Jan-Feb: Beats & Bass Society // Exeposé Music takeover

El Presidente DJ Katapila - Trotro (Awesome Tapes) Originally released in 2009 in Accra, Ghana, this album was snapped up by Awesome Tapes from Africa and...

Album Review: Ellie Goulding – Delirium

Ellie Goulding Delirium 6 November 2015   Pop Princess Ellie Goulding’s third studio album, Delirium, demonstrates just how far Goulding has evolved since she was crowned BBC’s Sound...