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In Conversation with Phoebe Hall

Last Friday (11th November) saw the release of my flatmate Phoebe Hall’s debut EP, Runaway. Signed to indie label Fear Records, who are based in Manchester, Phoebe is juggling the road to pop stardom and the commitments of a 4th year Philosophy and Theology student. Phoebe began to gain considerable traction in the pop space […]

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Loyle Carner boldly returns with hugo

After much anticipation, South London rapper Loyle Carner returns with his third album, hugo. Having exploded onto the scene in 2017 with his debut album Yesterday’s Gone, Carner is an established presence in the UK hiphop scene. Known for collaborating with artists such as Tom Misch and Jordan Rakei, hugo is a definitive deviation from this […]

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Energetic and confident: Alvvays return with another indie pop staple, Blue Rev

After 5 years, Alvvays have come back with their third album, Blue Rev. Composed of 14 tracks, the record is an exciting return for indie pop fans who will be very familiar with previous hits of theirs including ‘Archie, Marry Me’ and ‘Dreams Tonite’. The five piece band’s core sound is distinguishable and warm in […]

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The Utterly Compelling Return of Sudan Archives

Brittney Parks, more familiar to us as Sudan Archives, released her second album on September 9. Entitled Natural Brown Prom Queen, it centrally explores what home means to Parks, through the prism of themes such as femininity, sexuality and race. She gives herself ample room to delve into these aspects of her identity through 18 […]