Online Music Editor – Megan Frost
Avid listener of music, reader of words, and drinker of tea. Plays flute, guitar, and ukulele! Favourite genres include indie/acoustic, folk, or anything upbeat! Likes to spend time thinking of witty (or not so witty) puns, reading, playing instruments or some sort, or going to gigs in Exeter/South Wales. Was initially brought to Exeposé by writing a study playlist article as a way of procrastinating!
Online Music Editor – Stephen Ong
Being your typical indie guitarist studying literature, one would expect Stephen to be a music snob. But music snob he is not; he grew up on an excessive amount of pop-punk and uses Exeposé as a platform to share his love of One Direction. In an attempt to be cultured (and due to his lack of decisiveness), Stephen has gone on a year abroad to the Netherlands, where he can be found watching football or listening to songs about always wanting to die (sometimes). Despite being in a different country, he hopes to continue to influence the music tastes of unwary Exeposé readers.
Print Music Editor – Bryony Gooch
Despite her protestations of not being a complete cliché, you can add Bryony to the abundance of English students for whom Exeposé is an opportunity to keep their ideas flowing and their fingers tapping. *insert joke about uneasily writing in the third person here*. Nonetheless, she is here – and moving into her second year! As she crosses the bridge from last year’s stint as Online Music Editor into Print, she guarantees that it’s business as usual. Expect her to evangelise the works of Lizzo (and any other woman in music doing awesome things); catch her trying to persuade fellow English students that Geoffrey Chaucer is cool, and join her in the fight against the term “Exeposette”: the true shadow hanging over student media.
Print Music Editor – Richard Ainslie
Lover, liver, loser. Two of these words have been used to describe Richard Ainslie. Having arrived a few years late to Exeter he would call himself a serial delayer, and, due to his penchant for late night Golden Nuggets, a cereal delayer. When not listening to Bob Dylan, drooling over the 1960s, or walking in the woods at 3am, you might find him writing a bio in the third person or with a surfboard between his legs. Sex, drugs and rock and roll attracted him to Exeposé; he is still looking for them. Whether in bed, in life, or in not turning the conversation to bees, Richard has a unique way of disappointing people. Nonetheless he savours the chance to make the music section less contemporary and less relevant than ever.