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Grandaddy – Last Place Album Review

There are not too many things surviving from my teenage years which I can look back on and not wince in some degree of...

Lorde Reigns On

Once a wonder-kid and now a wonder woman, Lorde reigns on with the release of her new single ‘Green Light’ from her eagerly anticipated...

Live Review: Frightened Rabbit @ Bristol Trinity

Playing in a repurposed old gothic church couldn’t be any more suiting for Frightened Rabbit’s melancholic brand of alternative rock. Having grafted their way...

‘I Name This Mountain After Him’: The Poetry of Leonard Cohen.

One of the most tragic events of 2016 – and that, believe me, is saying something – was surely the passing of Leonard Cohen....

Exeter a cappella groups sing for ‘The Choir’

Anyone who knows anything about the music scene at Exeter, will be vaguely aware of the two biggest a cappella groups on campus, our...

Album Review: Public Access TV – Never Enough

I s rock music dead? It’s a debate widely contested by music aficionados across the globe. One thing’s for sure it’s certainly not as popular...

Review: Supersonic

"Great to look at, great to drive and it’ll fucking spin out of control every now and again”. These are the carefully chosen words...

Album Review: Banks – The Altar

I first fell in love with singer-songwriter Banks (Jillian Banks) when I heard her song ‘Warm Water’ whilst scrolling through Tumblr.  Since then I...

Documentary Review – Alive Inside: A Story of Music & Memory

With a vacant, expressionless look in his eyes and his head wilted to one side, Henry feels the headphones as they are gently positioned...

Bestival 2016: Everything you need to know

The word ‘eclectic’ is often banded around whilst describing festivals and their lineups, however when it comes to Bestival, it couldn’t be more fitting....

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