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Sunday, January 21st

Is it possible to release too much music?

Maxim Mower discusses the current trend of constant releases in Hip-Hop

In conversation with Matt Maltese

Ollie Braddy discusses 'brexit pop' and the London music scene with singer-songwriter Matt Maltese

Lucy Rose enraptures and comforts her audience in Oxford

Ollie Braddy reflects on an atmospheric evening of intricate vocals set against the backdrop of a 19th century church

Memorable sax solos and individual flair at the Varsity jazz-off

If this show was about demonstrating the very best they can do, then Oxford delivered

Ten years on, Burial’s ‘Untrue’ is still dripping with raw emotion

Joe Bavs reminisces on an experimental classic

Julien Baker ‘Turn out the lights’ review – rawness and painstaking...

Julien Baker exposes the harsh realities of her mental health struggles, writes Ollie Braddy

The ‘new’ jazz must be seen as well as heard

The latest offering from the 'new' Jazz scene is an innovative success, writes Harriet Davis

In The Aeroplane Over The Sea – “experimental and weird”

Barney Pite reexamines one of indie rocks most enigmatic classic albums

Why the Sgt. Pepper’s show cannot be missed

Kenji Newton is impressed with the Oxford Beatles' recreation of the classic album

Villians Review – ‘Pop songs with rock sensibilities’

Queens of the Stone Age don't quite live up to their high standard, writes Rowan Janjauh
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