Katie Fox interviews Ed Nash of Bombay Bicycle Club.
Exepose writers discuss the difficulties faced in attending concerts
Jaysim Hanspal, Print Features Editor, review ‘Trojan Horse’.
Rosie Hill reviews Ferris and Sylvester’s gig at the Phoenix
The fans of Isaac Gracie may feel close to him whilst they listen to his gentle tones in the library. However, it is at his live performances where one can truly acknowledge his soulful yet simultaneously rocky voice, along with his gentle sense of humour and rhythmic harmonies. The 24-year-old Isaac Gracie catapulted into the […]
With the recent arrival of The Flame, the posthumously published collection of poetry by Leonard Cohen, I feel like I am surely not alone in having a Cohen-shaped hole open up again. Around about the same time, I revisited my favourite album of this year, Matt Maltese’s Bad Contestant. You can join the dots. At […]
After a flurry of Summer festival performances, boasting tour dates across the globe in the coming months, Jorja Smith brought her “Lost & Found” album tour to Bristol’s O2 Academy on October 5th. Smith’s debut full-length album, Lost & Found, was released on June 8th 2018 and has projected her to new heights of critical […]
On Saturday 20th of October Tom Walker stopped by the Lemon Grove on our beloved campus to perform for us, before moving on to bigger British cities and his European Tour. I had the chance to interview him on the day of the concert which gave me the opportunity to compare the person with the […]
Afropunk London was the most fashionable event I’ve ever been to. Everything from the labyrinthian industrial complex of a venue, Printworks, to its attendees screamed style. The political-movement-turned-festival is a celebration of diversity in each of the cities it lands in every year, and though principally a festival celebrating black artistry, the motto “No Racism. […]
At 10:00pm on Sunday evening, the final night of Manchester’s Parklife festival, the enormous mass of people gathered outside the main stage was getting fidgety. Frank Ocean had been due on stage at 9:30, and I’d been waiting at the barrier with Matt for three hours to ensure a good spot for the show. All […]