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Review: Everything I Love is Going to Die, The Wombats

Amber Brooks | Student Contributor Perhaps it’s global warming, my mouldy pasta in the fridge, or the Wombat’s new EP, Everything I Love is Going to Die, that makes me feel rather sad about the state of the world, but Matthew Murphy’s gloomy lyrics somehow make me feel OK about it. In a surge of yearly releases, the new EP from the Liverpudlian loner trio … Continue reading Review: Everything I Love is Going to Die, The Wombats

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Review: wayside, Koi

Oli Gent | Sports Editor Koi is back after a short hiatus with another sumptuous record, wayside. The Los Angeles-based musician had been teasing the new album for the past couple of months on his social media, but with live shows opening again following COVID related halts, the project’s completion was pushed back further towards the end of the calendar year. But finally, it’s here, … Continue reading Review: wayside, Koi

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Review: Red (Taylor’s Version)

Finn Murphy | Music Editor For someone with such an epic career as Swift’s, you may start to question if it will only go downhill after the hugely successful Folklore and Evermore, but it seems that Taylor Swift just keeps getting better. And Red is no exception to that. The big talking point of the 30-track album is the new 10-minute version of All Too … Continue reading Review: Red (Taylor’s Version)

Single Review: Foals – ‘Exits’

Music Editor | Charlie Catmull Though the world is in potential chaos and Brexit, or whatever March actually entails, looms over us, 2019 promises to be a great year in music, hopefully one a bit more eventful than last year. Luckily January has already looked set to fulfil that promise with the return of one of the best bands Britain has to offer; Foals and … Continue reading Single Review: Foals – ‘Exits’