Science Editor Daisy Scott discusses recent findings which reveals the neuronal mechanisms behind past understandings of the role that music holds in reducing pain
Harry Craig reviews George Ezra’s newly released album, Gold Rush Kid.
Harry Hawkins considers This is the Kit’s second record, Wriggle Out The Restless.
Bedford rockers Don Broco had a killer 2018, releasing their third album, Technology, which reached No. 5 on the UK Albums Chart, and embarking on multiple tours across the world. With a massive run of arena shows on the horizon and the release of new single ‘Half Man Half God’, they’re poised to hit even greater heights […]
Worthy words on collaboration: Artists like Diana Smith can make digital oil paintings out of computer code; sculptors are laying down their chisels and ordering 3D printers; bands can link produce hits without ever meeting in person. Technology opens new lines of communication and creation, and portals to the art world pop up everywhere: the […]
I just finished a Creative Writing course here in Exeter, which was lovely. It doesn’t make me art, or an artist, but it did make me create things and pore over them religiously. The last week of the course was entirely dedicated to the art of editing and raising awareness of the weirdness and clumsiness […]
After witnessing Maggie Rogers’ vibrant performance supporting Mumford and Sons on their Delta Tour back in November, I was excited about how imminent the release of her debut album was. Heard It in a Past Life does not disappoint. The album, which came out on 18th January 2019, features both new tracks and a couple from her […]
It’s 10pm on a drizzly Friday in the heart of Devon, but for Desi Valentine “It’s another beautiful day in LA”. So much so, that later on in our interview, he’d be placing his phone in the freezer after it overheats in the beaming 3pm sun. From the outset, Desi’s optimistic and good-natured zest shines […]
When compared to the avalanche of indie rock bands that sprung from the New York concrete in the early 2000s, Interpol are something of an exception. With the principle founders meeting in a history class on the First World War at NYU, ‘rock n’ roll’ is hardly a phrase that springs to mind. However, unlike […]
November the 30th, the new clone awakes The old one is butchered and served up as steaks To the new one who chews them with shiny white jaws And gnaws on the bones with his manicured claws And out from the cave in the depths of mid-winter The world feels the touch of a […]