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RemiX Returns

Why RemiX is dub-obsessed, and why you should be too

Summer RemiX

Remi shares her pick of the freshest summer tunes

I can’t survive ‘er

This week our music blogger Remi Graves finds reasons to rant in Beyonce's latest hit

A new braid for shoegaze?

Braids talk to Cherwell about new material, touring and Tyler the Creator before their Jericho gig

To Gil Scott-Heron

RemiX pays tribute to the godfather of rap and hip hop following his sudden death

Here comes the sunflower

Remi tells us what happens when you put a bunch of hipsters in a room full of poetry, indie music and 60s rock n' roll

Interview: Shabazz Palaces

Ishmael Butler from the Seattle based hip hop group, Shabazz Palaces, ironically talks to Cherwell about shying away from press

Bon Iver are back

Remi takes a close look at 'Calgary', the latest single from Bon Iver and assesses their drift into the mainstream

The punter’s guide to procrastination

Remi guides you through a few perfect tracks to accompany an afternoon of punting

Mount Kimbie raises Heaven’s roof

Cherwell's music blogger, Remi, reports on the manchester beat making duo silence all the 'post-dubstep' haters at their latest London gig

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