Music Print Editor Bryony Gooch interviews the University of Exeter’s Battle of the Bands 2019 winner.
Bryony Gooch details the growth of hip-hop in America.
Exeter Cathedral banned South-West England UKIP Candidate Carl Benjamin from partaking in the hustings for the European Elections that would take place on 23 May. Benjamin, also known as political YouTuber “Sargon of Akkad”, is currently under investigation for rape comments towards Labour MP Jess Philips back in 2016. Benjamin is currently under investigation for […]
Print Music Editor Byrony Gooch reviews Lizzo’s latest album.
Print Music Editor Bryony Gooch reviews Dr.Dre’s orchestral rendition of Dr. Dre’s 2001 .
thank u, next coherently details a journey that we, as a society, have been waiting to hear about Bryony Gooch: In 2018 we saw Ariana Grande transition from being a mere pop princess into the world’s favourite heroine. Her personal life constantly in the spotlight more than other stars, we witnessed her almost-marriage to Pete […]
Everyone has a student splurge. My flatmate will buy 14 Muller Corners a week. Another will splash his cash on posh cuts of meat. Me? It has become increasingly clear in my student life I indulge in many things I don’t need and can’t afford. Camper Coffee’s Berry Tea? Unnecessary. A Pret baguette? Overpriced. The […]
It goes without saying that England’s country music scene is only really just finding its feet, with the genre having primarily been relegated to Nashville despite having a degree of popularity in the UK. Considering this, Ward Thomas’ claim that they are Britain’s biggest country stars might not be untrue. Their previous two albums peaked […]
When we think of cover songs, there is usually a foreboding sense of cringe-inducing disappointment. Think of dodgy Live Lounge covers: The Arctic Monkeys giving a drunken dad’s remix of Drake’s ‘Just Hold On We’re Coming Home’, or The Automatic’s notoriously cringeworthy Kanye West cover, with poorly played flute (and screeching), just to make your […]
On the 3rd of October Pale Waves ended the UK leg of their tour at the O2 Academy in Bristol. Before even entering the venue, it was clearly going to be an auspicious event. The O2 Priority line was overflowed with keen young fans: a large group held bouquets of roses, and many were dressed […]