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A Bluffers’ Guide To: Dub Techno

The first in a new series of introductory guides to musical genres

The best of 2011

The Cherwell Music team gets their thinking caps on to recommend the best of 2011's releases

Cherwell Music presents Mixer: Oxmas

A Christmas gift to you from Cherwell Music, featuring some unexpected Christmas classics from Weezer, The Raveonettes, Shonen Knife, and more.

Cherwell Music presents Mixer: October 2011

Cherwell Music's run-down of last month's best music, featuring new tracks by Mazzy Star, Tom Waits, and The Field.

Cherwell Music presents Mixer: Cover Me

Cherwell Music ponders the art of the cover version, with examples of how to get it right (and wrong)

Cherwell Music presents Mixer: Oxford Blues

Cherwell Music takes a tour through the past and present of Oxford’s music scene

Meet Destroyer

Despite his immense prolificacy, Dan Bejar has often flown sharply under the radar. Cherwell Music recommends some of the highlights of his extensive back catalogue.

Cherwell Music presents Mixer: Beyond Nevermind

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Nirvana album's release, Cherwell Music takes a trip through American alternative rock

Cherwell Music presents Mixer: September 2011

Cherwell Music rounds up the best new tracks that September has to offer, for your listening pleasure.

Cherwell Music’s guide for freshers

Our music editors go in search for some of Oxford's best music venues and give you their pick of upcoming shows

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