Exeposé Music writers share their stories of significant songs in their lives.
Richard Ainslie takes a satirical view on festival survival essentials.
James Garbett interviews Freya Ridings on her success story and live performances.
Emily Reader writes about the sunny nostalgia of Eliza Doolittle’s self-titled album.
James O’Sullivan writes about his favourite album for sunny days.
Tom Routledge looks at the changing expectations of queer anthems.
Bryony Gooch details the growth of hip-hop in America.
Agnes Chapman-Wills looks at Marvin Gaye’s ‘lost album’.
Billie Eilish takes the all-too familiar role of the misunderstood teen to a whole new level. The whole new level of finally addressing that going through teen-hood is downright confusing. Yet Eilish faces a lot of criticism for this. For wanting to stand out and be seen, for singing about darker themes and for well…trying […]
The year is 2010. One Direction are together and highlighting does not involve making your face shiny. Life is good. 2010 is the same year I attended my first official gig – to see the American 90s band, Train. I will clarify, I had previously been to concerts, such as S Club 7, but I […]