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Saturday, May 27th

Coldplay: ‘Something Just Like Piss’

Will Cowie carefully pulls apart the new Coldplay single

A titanic record for all the wrong reasons

Will Cowie finds Gorillaz's Humanz to be soulless and robotic

In conversation with Loyle Carner

Ben Warren discusses the importance of family with the rapper

OxFolk reviews: ‘a bit of blue’

There is something irresistibly lovable about Emily Maguire’s voice – it seems to swell silence the world around it, putting everything out of focus...

OxFolk reviews: Life in a Paper Boat

Ben Ray finds surprises in well-renowned folk musician Kate Rusby's new album Life in a Paper Boat

A night for dancing and jumping

Daniel Curtis is left reeling from White Lies’ unpolished yet momentous performance at Oxford’s O2 Academy

Review: D.I.D – The State We’re In

Natalia Bus feels the weight of D.I.D's long-awaited second album

A dose of sarcasm, playfulness, and politics

Priya Khaira-Hanks is delighted by Kate Nash's down-to-earth rock 'n' roll at the O2 Academy

Single of the week: Lana Del Rey’s ‘Love’

Natalia Bus chooses the baroque singer-songwriter's latest effort as her single of the week

Review: The xx—A masterstroke of production

Dom Saad pulls apart the intricacies of The xx’s third album, I See You
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“A fierce accomplishment”

Will Austin is absorbed in 'Reigen', a revival of Arthur Schnitzler’s controversial sexual drama

Christ Church and Wadham primed for Summer Eights headships

Matt Roller previews the final day of the highlight of the college rowing year

Outbreak of mumps plagues Oxford’s colleges

As a result of the outbreak students have been sent home, cricket games have been cancelled, and preliminary and final exams are under threat

Huge increase in students using University Counselling Service

Between 2011 and 2016, the number of students contacting the counselling service per academic year has jumped by 84 per cent

The ICC’s neglect of Irish cricket

Matt Roller writes that cricket's governing body has failed to promote the growth of the game