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OxFolk reviews: ‘Cold Old Fire’

There aren’t many folk groups that can claim to have originated in an ‘experimental psychedelic folk punk duo’, but then again Lynched, the self-styled...

‘Last Christmas’: a lingering recollection

Emma Leech gets lost in a musical memory

Remembering Laughing Lennie

The day before I left home to come to Oxford I found a hidden stash of my parents’ records in a cupboard in the...

The connoisseur’s guide to 2017 in music

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

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

Preview: Tremor at Modern Art Oxford

Edward Mair looks forward to Tremor, a space where different genres and arts collide

Spotlight: Basic Space

Natalia Bus delights in the Oxford duo's relaxing sound

Review: D.I.D – The State We’re In

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

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

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

Math rock for everyone

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

Gina Miller has every reason to be fearful. Over the festive period, rather than Christmas cards and messages from well-wishers, the 51-year-old investment manager...

Through the Looking Glass: The ‘modesty’ of Alan Bennett’s Oxford

Susie Finlay explores the relationship between Alan Bennett's political views and his time at Oxford

PTSD rewrote me

Izzy Smith reflects on the way in which PTSD affects her life and her identity

Sport Science: Is Protein good or bad for you?

Andy Frey discusses the science behind protein supplements

Why Oxford should resist the NSS

The National Student Survey will have dire consequences for students, says Lily MacTaggart