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Remember This: Sufjan Stevens – The Greatest Gift

It has been over two years since the release of Carrie and Lowell, the most sombre and deeply personal release of Sufjan Stevens' career....
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Album Review: DJ Koze – Knock Knock

In a recent feature for Resident Advisor, DJ Koze laments the fact that so often “the mood of house music is really limited”, and...

Live Review: Don Broco

The endearing nature of Bedford rock band Don Broco is abundantly clear just minutes into their sold-out show at the Lemon Grove. Fans crashed...
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Album Review: George Ezra – Staying at Tamara’s

In 2014 many were bowled over by George Ezra’s single "Budapest", with his deep powerful vocals and upbeat tempo, it became a summer anthem. ...

Thom Yorke, Mental Health & BBC 6 Music: An Interview with Zurich

Oxford is subtly nestled in Britain's music scene, yet its homegrown acts include Radiohead, Foals and more recently, BBC Introducing act Zurich. I chatted to Chris and...
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Album Review: SOPHIE-OIL OF EVERY PEARL’S UN-INSIDES (2018)

SOPHIE has transformed. The Scottish DJ launched her career chopping vacuum-packed beats for PC Music, a collective of London-based dance scientists whose music sounded...

Songs with Soul – Radiohead’s A Moon Shaped Pool and the Ends of Worlds

A Moon Shaped Pool starts at the end. All screeching strings and thudding drums, “Burn the Witch” is a burning forest, a cacophonous apocalypse...

Kasabian – Live at the Bristol O2.

Kasabian has been one of the UK’s biggest arena acts for the last decade and a half having headlined Reading and Isle of Wight...

Live Review: DMA’s at Exeter Phoenix

A week of stunning, sunny weather across Exeter and the UK meant Exeter Phoenix was a glowing place to visit on a Tuesday evening...

Album Review: Pusha-T- DAYTONA

Less than 24 hours after its long-awaited release, DAYTONA was already stoking a fiery reception. The closer, 'Infrared', an unusually calm diss track, prompted...