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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Mumford & Sons: Babel – review

Folk-pop superstars Mumford & Sons follow up their 2009 debut with inevitable chart topper Babel.

A love letter to My Bloody Valentine

It was a dark, dismal night in early February. The previous two nights had entailed some hefty alcohol consumption. I wanted nothing more than...

Re-examining Lord Huron’s Lonesome Dreams

Hayley McClellan thinks that now is the idea time to reappraise the band's last album

Death Grips: the rap uprisers that are hard to grasp

Meredith Lawder takes a look at the sudden rise of controversial experimental hip-hop outfit, Death Grips.

A tribute to Avicii

Last week brought the shocking news of Swedish DJ Avicii’s passing. After years of chart-conquering singles, long tours with crowds of thousands and a...

Mic drop: Justin Bieber storms off stage, leaving fans upset

Justin Bieber's storming off stage - was it arrogant or a rare moment of humanity for the star?

Exploring the effects of violence in rap music

Emily King explores whether the prevalence of violence in rap culture is empowering or something which glorifies cruelty.

The Saint recommends: Memorable albums of the year so far

Aside from being the warmest in forty-two years and England winning a penalty shoot-out for the first time since I was nine months old...

Why all the hate for poor old Kanye?

Poor old Kanye. Nowadays he can’t seem to catch a break. Mocked and berated by social media and the general public, we can’t help...

Rachel Sermanni: Under Mountains – review

Under Mountains Rachel Sermanni Communion 7/10 Although her new album has gone slightly unnoticed since its release earlier this month, Rachel Sermanni is a name that is...