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‘Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You’, Big Thief Album...

In the midst of the pandemic, Adrianne Lenker (Big Thief’s lead singer) ventured into the wilderness, fresh from heartbreak, and released two new solo...

‘It leaves you in awe’, Ants From Up There – Black...

Ants From Up There is the sophomore album from acclaimed experimental rock outfit Black Country, New Road – equal parts anthemic and introspective, the...

Reclaiming Taylor Swift’s Songwriting Genius

On Tuesday 25th of January 2022, Blur and Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn woke up and chose violence – or at the very least, a...

Juggling a degree and career: In conversation with Manmzèl

Maintaining a non-academic hobby alongside an Oxford degree is a challenge. Pressures from tutors, friends and oneself conspire to clog up time that could...

Willie J Healey: ‘I unashamedly want to take the world over’

"We met upstairs at the Jericho Tavern, Willie having taken some time out from watching the football at a pub down the road. Donning a tiny beanie, a different colour of which he’s worn at each tour date so far, and with a feather earring dangling from his left ear, he bears all the hallmarks of an indie songsmith - albeit, one who doesn’t take themselves too painfully seriously."

The Spin Jazz Club announces move to the Old Fire Station

"Supporting local music is so important, especially now when it is under threat from grassroots venue closures across the country."

A City Without Music?

Mila Ottevanger explores Oxford's place in music history...

Interview: Rai Kah Mercury’s Nathan De Giorgi

Rai Kah Mercury are set to break into the Oxford scene with an atmospheric gig in Hertford College Chapel on 3rd March. Known for...