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Top 20 albums of 2014

With 2014 all but over, Matt shares his top 20 albums from the past twelve months

Review: Bestival 2014

Matt Broomfield discovers fancy dress, orange smoothies and disco spirit at the Isle of Wight's annual festival.

Cherwell Festival Guide II- Reading and Leeds

Unfortunately, Cherwell Music cannot literally hold your hand as you drunkenly stumble around a cider tent somewhere in the home counties to the sound of a thrash metal Mumford & Sons tribute act. But we can guide you through the highs and lows of the British festival season, and help you to separate your Glastonbury from your Glamorgan & District Annual Cub Scout Jamboree.

Cherwell Festival Guide I – Bestival

Unfortunately, Cherwell Music cannot literally hold your hand as you drunkenly stumble around a cider tent somewhere in the home counties to the sound of a thrash metal Mumford & Sons tribute act. But we can guide you through the highs and lows of the British festival season, and help you to separate your Glastonbury from your Glamorgan & District Annual Cub Scout Jamboree.

In Memoriam: DJ Rashad

Matt Broomfield looks at the career highlights of the late Chicago Juke House pioneer

Culture Editorial: A Hearty Wahoo For Entrenched Classism

Our culture editor's thoughts on Wahoo's most recent attempt at social commentary

Cherwell Culture Tries… Sushi

Matt Broomfield bites off more octopus testicles than he can chew

Culture Editorial: The Adolescent Man-Child in Art

On cringingly accurate portrayals of the teenage experience

Cherwell Culture Tries… Slam Poetry

Matt Broomfield is won over by a slamtastic bunch of poets

Culture Editorial: Artwork Unfolding at a Glacial Pace

A look at the works of art that seek to put the length of our lives into perspective

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