Exeposé Music writers share their stories of significant songs in their lives.
Olivia Reed reviews the first day of 2019’s Love Saves the Day festival.
James O’Sullivan writes about his favourite album for sunny days.
Anne Chafer discusses the relevance of playlists in the digital age.
Alexia Oerter reviews Of Monsters and Men’s latest single.
Ally Morley reviews BTS’ first number one album.
On 4th May, Olivia SMurray saw Loyle Carner live at Trinity Arts Centre, Bristol.
Whoever is familiar with the music of Marina Diamandis will probably know by now that she is incredibly good at reinventing herself through her music. The half Welsh, half Greek artist has been exploring very different concepts ever since she put out her first record; we’re used to a new “era”, to a drastic change […]
A true return to form for Breezy Lovejoy Anderson .Paak and his boys. ‘Yes LAWD!’. I have been a die-hard Paak fanboy since Malibu and was enamoured with the electric chemistry between Paak and The Free Nationals, the gospel influences, the bells and chimes, the syrupy basslines and Anderson’s untouchable talent. I went into Oxnard with high […]
Billie Eilish creates a subtle sonic nightmare with her wildly successful freshman release. You’ll see her in her crown. Unless you’ve been living under a Dwayne Johnson for the last few months, you’ll have heard of Billie. She’s the oversized streetwear-wearing edgy, detached, apathetic, yet, somehow charming 17-year old singer. She’s blown up thanks to […]