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Saturday, June 25, 2022

Hope Hopkinson

In Conversation: Enter Shikari’s Rou Reynolds

A chat with Enter Shikari's frontman ahead of the release of their highly-anticipated sixth studio album, 'Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible'

In conversation: Greta Morgan of Vampire Weekend and Springtime Carnivore

Greta Morgan - otherwise known as Springtime Carnivore - has made a name for herself as a touring member of indie rock band Vampire...

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...

An Ode to Trixie Mattel

If someone were to bring up ‘drag music’, the likelihood is that your first thought would sound a little something like 2:30am on a...

Songs for the Sadgirl

Whether it’s due to a lack of sunlight that no SAD lamp can remedy, the post-December comedown, or the onslaught of Hilary term...

In conversation: Ross McNae, Twin Atlantic

In the heart of the Glaswegian alternative music scene circa 2006, Sam McTrusty, Ross McNae, Craig Kneale and Barry McKenna formed the rock outfit...

Jazz Society launch record label

Oxford University Jazz Society have welcomed in the new year with the announcement of the launch of their new independent record label, JazzSoc Records. Describing...

Review: Vampire Weekend

Nine years after they last took Muswell Hill by storm, indie giants Vampire Weekend played a two-night engagement at London’s Alexandra Palace as part...

Sex Education review: exuberantly explicit

It refuses to conform to the tiring tradition of sugar-coating anything that sits outside the realm of the PG-13