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Will Cowie looks ahead to what’s shaping up to be a year of unlikely pop music comebacks

Math rock for everyone

Dom Saad marries together maths and music in his exploration of the formidable arithmetic delights of the Oxford-based TTNG

‘Into the Fire’: how one song defined a decade of Grey’s...

Jeannie Stanley explores the implications of the Thirteen Senses hit for the critically acclaimed American drama

Review: Run the Jewels – RTJ3

Dom Saad is energised by the call for revolution dominating Run the Jewels' third studio release

George Michael: a tribute to the man of words

Natalia Bus remembers the lyrical genius of the late pop legend

The Oxford Alternotives’ Christmas release: a mingling of warmth and humour

Natalia Bus finds the Oxford Alternotives' Christmas cover both playful and heartfelt

‘Last Christmas’: a lingering recollection

Emma Leech gets lost in a musical memory

The ultimate soundtrack to your revision

Dom Saad recommends albums to sweat and slave to this Christmas vac

Live review: Biffy Clyro at London’s O2 arena

Romilly Mavin is impressed by Biffy Clyro’s mingling of energy and intimacy at the close of their UK tour

Live review: Fickle Friends at the Bullingdon

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