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Today’s student activism is constantly evolving, not declining

The student activist: a headband-wearing, trouser-flaring, banner-bearing pioneer of emancipation throughout our recent history, a period riddled by blatant injustices. This archetype doesn’t stem from nowhere. It is a fact…

Whitney reveal a mellow and melodic side on ‘You and Me’

Rating: 4/5 stars With the release of ‘You and Me’, Chicago based indie-rockers Whitney uncover a lighthearted and charming layer to their repertoire. Despite being a previously unreleased track from…

Antisocialites: a cold-weather album with a radiant sound from Alvvays

4/5 stars There is something incredibly alluring about Antisocialites. The sophomore effort from Canadian five-piece Alvvays is undoubtedly an album for cold weather, leaving behind the summery melodies that characterised…

The National settle into their sound on Sleep Well Beast – almost

4/5 stars Until Sleep Well Beast, The National didn’t know what they sounded like. They are an experienced band, with a career spanning almost twenty years and seven studio albums;…