Katie Fox analyses the development of music through The Beatles
Sofia Gallucci-Giles reveals what was hot, what was not, and all things at the Fringe this year.
Online Screen Editor, Abi Taphouse, reviews Danny Boyle’s new release, Yesterday.
James Garbett interviews Freya Ridings on her success story and live performances.
On the 3rd of October Pale Waves ended the UK leg of their tour at the O2 Academy in Bristol. Before even entering the venue, it was clearly going to be an auspicious event. The O2 Priority line was overflowed with keen young fans: a large group held bouquets of roses, and many were dressed […]
As the world of digital music continues to grow exponentially bigger, with songs by global megastars now receiving billions of streams, it’s curious to note that, simultaneously, it’s also become far easier to stumble upon delightful hidden treasures. Smaller bands that you never would have encountered, are now only a playlist away. With their gentle […]
At harrowing times such as these (geopolitical disasters incurred, essay deadlines approaching, cold dark days) it’s imperative to find a place where you can escape for a while, and for me it is music which offers its consoling bosom on which to rest my weary head. Lucky then than that all this angst coincided with […]
Exeposé is printed in its thousands fortnightly, and placed in distribution racks around campus. They’re picked up, and read – cover to cover, a favourite section or maybe just a quick skim. In any sense, it is promoted, critically acclaimed and noted by all Exeter students. So what about the rest of Xmedia? Namely, the […]