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Album Review: Niall Horan – Flicker

Some things in life are constants. Successful boy bands will always have a much-publicised break-up. And before the inevitable reunion in a few years,...

Album Review: Daughter – Music from Before the Storm

It’s only just been over a year ago since Daughter once again captured and shattered our hearts with their surreal and ethereal album Not...

Album Review: Fleet Foxes – Crack-Up

So many Fleet Foxes songs have made their way on to my summer playlists in years gone by. So many good times, set to...

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...

Live review: Stornoway @ Exeter Phoenix

“W e honestly never dreamed we’d come this far,” Stornoway front man Brian Briggs admits. “Swindon, perhaps… but Exeter? No way.” The whoop this earns...

Live Review: Beans on Toast @ Exeter Phoenix

Beans On Toast. A simple, unassuming English moniker, wholly suitable for Jay McAllister the cult folk performer from Essex. Beans is a one of...

“The Times, They Are a’Changin'”: Thoughts on Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize

It was the first year of my English literature degree, and I had earnestly proposed to my seminar leader that I write my summative...

Album Review: Keaton Henson – Kindly Now

T he sixth cut is the deepest for Keaton Henson as Kindly Now bears witness to the indie folk singer lamenting his lost loves, the loneliness...

Album Review: Angel Olsen – My Woman

“M aybe you know that it’s been too long” sings Angel Olsen in the forlorn opening lines to ‘Intern’, the opening track to her new album...

Album Review: Radical Face – The Leaves

Over the past 5 years, Ben Cooper aka Radical Face’s Family Tree trilogy has taken the Florida-based artist on a climb through the charts...