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Review: Belle and Sebastian-Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance

Review: Belle and Sebastian-Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance

24th Jan 2015 by Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull
Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull finds himself underwhelmed by two-thirds of the band's ninth album
Review: Panda Bear - Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper

Review: Panda Bear - Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper

24th Jan 2015 by Aidan Clark
Aidan Clark reviews the latest album from the experimental musician and co-founding member of Animal Collective
Review: Death Grips - Fashion Week

Review: Death Grips - Fashion Week

24th Jan 2015 by Henry Bruce-Jones
Henry Bruce-Jones reviews the latest surprise offering from the supposedly no longer together experimental hip hop group
Loading the Canon

Loading the Canon

24th Jan 2015 by Michael Roderick
Michael Roderick calls for the addition of the philosopher John Gray to the literary establishment
Barbarism begins: Meat is Murder at thirty

Barbarism begins: Meat is Murder at thirty

24th Jan 2015 by Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull
Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull looks back at a classic album from The Smiths
John Williams' Stoner: ahead of its time

John Williams' Stoner: ahead of its time

24th Jan 2015 by Rose Sykes
50 years on, Rose Sykes asks why this book was forgotten
Rembrandt: The late works at the National Gallery

Rembrandt: The late works at the National Gallery

24th Jan 2015 by Mark Barclay
Mark Barclay feels that the paintings of the Dutch master strike a powerful chord
New term, new Audrey

New term, new Audrey

24th Jan 2015 by Bethan Roberts
Bethan Roberts checks out this term's first comedic offering
Preview: The Dumb Waiter

Preview: The Dumb Waiter

24th Jan 2015 by Fay Watson
Fay Watson gets the low-down on this production of a Harold Pinter classic
Picks of the Week HT15 Week 2

Picks of the Week HT15 Week 2

23rd Jan 2015 by Cherwell Culture
Cherwell brings you the best of this week's gigs, plays and events
Milestones: Edward Bond's Saved

Milestones: Edward Bond's Saved

23rd Jan 2015 by Fergus Morgan
Fergus Morgan examines the monstrosity of violence in Edward Bond's controversial work
Frankenstein, Godzilla and now Norman Foster

Frankenstein, Godzilla and now Norman Foster

23rd Jan 2015 by Ollie Johnson
Ollie Johnson decries the monstrous state of our modern city skylines
OBA Student Shorts Screening

OBA Student Shorts Screening

22nd Jan 2015 by Florence Hyde, Rushabh Haria
In Michaelmas term, the Oxford Broadcasting Association screened a selection of the best student shorts at the...
Where are they now: Nizlopi

Where are they now: Nizlopi

20th Jan 2015 by Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull
Cherwell delves into the later careers of one-hit-wonders so you don’t have to
Voices from the Past: Robert Browning

Voices from the Past: Robert Browning

20th Jan 2015 by Cherwell Arts and Books
In the first of an online serial, Cherwell Arts and Books discusses the only known recording of Browning's voice
Preview: The Oxford Revue's Audrey

Preview: The Oxford Revue's Audrey

19th Jan 2015 by Fay Watson
Stage asks The Revue about what to expect from their Audrey's this term.
Review: Låpsley - Understudy EP

Review: Låpsley - Understudy EP

17th Jan 2015 by Kieran Vaghela
Kieran Vaghela is impressed by the eighteen year-old singer-songwriter's understated yet powerful sound
2014: the year in film

2014: the year in film

17th Jan 2015 by Tom Barrie
An overview of the highs and lows of cinema in 2014
Milestones: The Beer Widget

Milestones: The Beer Widget

17th Jan 2015 by Ollie Johnson
Ollie Johnson examines the beer widget, the solution to a most profound problem (regarding the issue of effectively...
The Second Coming of D'Angelo

The Second Coming of D'Angelo

16th Jan 2015 by Sara Semic
Sara Semic reviews D'Angelo and the Vanguard's fourteen year-long product of love and labour
Review: Ghost Culture - Ghost Culture

Review: Ghost Culture - Ghost Culture

16th Jan 2015 by Mark Barclay
Mark Barclay is sucked into Ghost Culture's gloomy and seductive netherworld