Print Music Editor Bridie Adams interviews beabadoobee.
As America rolled into 1993, East Coast hip-hop was coughing and spluttering like a flu patient. Dr Dre’s G-Funk had led a takeover of mainstream hip-hop, with synth-heavy albums like The Chronic and Ice Cube’s AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted near-ubiquitous in clubs and on the charts. True, talent blossomed in the alternative scene with the appearance […]
Festival Fashion is a term which is slowly being rejected by the fashion moguls of the world. Instead of creating a ‘uniform’, they encourage festival-goers to enhance their personal styles and make the event what they want it to be. Saying that, there are key trends which apply to certain festivals, so here is a […]
A s someone with no musical talent, I find it amazing that artists are still coming up with original melodies, and am reluctantly waiting for the day they run out. Every now and again, however, a song comes along sounding not-so-original, and often a law-suit follows. Last week, for example, pianist Chilly Gonzales accused Top […]
Josh Mines, Deputy Editor, gossips with J.K Rowling about her inspirations (sort of)…. Exeter isn’t without its share of famous alumni. From the musical genius of Thom Yorke to the trolling talent of Katie Hopkins, few other Unis can boast such an extensive repertoire of celebrity ex-students. However, often one name is mentioned before anyone […]