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    World-class concert hall to be built in Oxford

    Though Oxford may have a world-leading university, it is yet to have a world-leading concert hall. In a bid to change this, the university has...

    Hooks and Hardbacks: a summer music reading list

    For the music obsessives among us, the pieces of literature that stick longest in our minds are overwhelming those which take music itself as a subject....

    A love letter to Oxford’s music scene

    In a city of dreaming spires, where casual magic hangs in every cobbled lane at golden hour and each paradisal quad in bloom, I...

    Photo editorial: the essence of memories in fashion and melodies

    "Sensory stimuli yearn to remind us of the fleeting joys and passing sorrows that, respectively, glitter and plague our pasts."

    Now That’s What I Call… Poetry?

    Somebody once told me there are a lot of bad song lyrics out there. Imagine, for every subtle, elegant song you hear, there’s bound...

    The Sheldonian

    That is the beauty of the concert. Music threading its way in and out of the thoughts of a hundred vague spirits in the audience.

    Has ‘Over the Rainbow’ been overcooked?

    As ‘We’ll Meet Again’ rang through the streets of the UK on VE Day on Friday 8th May, with echoes of the previous night’s ‘Somewhere Over...

    Notes on Improvisation

    Improvisation is a strange topic to think about. On the surface, it seems to be fairly simple: know the chord progression to follow, choose...

    Album Review: Lady Gaga’s ‘Chromatica’

    Promoting her latest album on Twitter, Lady Gaga told fans: “listen from beginning to end, no need to shuffle, this is my true story.” Indeed, Chromatica...

    how i’m feeling now: Hyper-Pop Masterpiece for the Lockdown Generation

    Charli XCX’s lockdown productivity is putting us all to shame. On the 6th of April she announced to fans via a public Zoom meeting that...