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Emily D'Souza
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The 90s boyband show growth and togetherness in their new single.

Hear This: Backstreet Boys - No Place

The 90s boyband show growth and togetherness in their new single.

Taking light-hearted reading to another level.

Book Review: Overheard at Waitrose, by Nathan Bragg and Theresa Vogrin

Taking light-hearted reading to another level.

We, as consumers, have the power to change the sad state of the industry.

Music streaming services are swallowing small artists whole and something needs to change

We, as consumers, have the power to change the sad state of the industry.

The podcast interviews regression therapists, healers, witches, and mediums.

Tracking down the ghosts of New York City with comedian Mike Kelton

The podcast interviews regression therapists, healers, witches, and mediums.

Hart is using his own experiences to break down the stigma.

#MENTalHealth: Rugby player Grayson Hart on how we can tackle mental health issues in sport

Hart is using his own experiences to break down the stigma.

This week's best new music is chock-full of atmospheric 80s-style synths, infectious beats and hazy guitar chords.

Freshers Sounds - The best new music - 17/12/18

This week's best new music is chock-full of atmospheric 80s-style synths, infectious beats and hazy guitar chords.

Baby, it's cold outside.
Jane Austen is one of the world's most-loved female writers, but are her novels all tend to be predictable in their central theme: marriage.

Was Jane Austen really all that subversive?

Jane Austen is one of the world's most-loved female writers, but are her novels all tend to be predictable in their central theme: marriage.

Emily D'Souza reflects on her top ten singles from the last year.

Emily D'Souza's Best Singles of 2018

Emily D'Souza reflects on her top ten singles from the last year.

The Peckham based four-piece with a penchant for genre-mixing.

Introducing: Imperial Daze

The Peckham based four-piece with a penchant for genre-mixing.

A heartfelt ''homecoming'' packed with warmth, love and good vibes.

Live review: HONNE @ SWX Bristol, 22/11/2018

A heartfelt ''homecoming'' packed with warmth, love and good vibes.

We get the low-down on 'The Bank of Free Money'.

Interview: Free Money

We get the low-down on 'The Bank of Free Money'.

We caught up with Parcels' bassist, Noah Hill, before their show at SWX in Bristol.

Interview: Parcels

We caught up with Parcels' bassist, Noah Hill, before their show at SWX in Bristol.

An impressive display of dreamy indie-rock underpinned by grungy country influences.

Live review: William The Conqueror @ Exeter Phoenix, 10/11/18

An impressive display of dreamy indie-rock underpinned by grungy country influences.

Parcels brought disco in abundance to Bristol's SWX.

Live review: Parcels @ SWX Bristol, 06/11/18

Parcels brought disco in abundance to Bristol's SWX.

With the seemingly uncontainable rise of music streaming services, we look at whether albums and music videos are suffering as a result.

Spotify Killed the Video Star

With the seemingly uncontainable rise of music streaming services, we look at whether albums and music videos are suffering as a result.

We delve back into one of Fleetwood Mac's most glorious albums.

Revisited: Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

We delve back into one of Fleetwood Mac's most glorious albums.

This week's best new music packs a fiery punch.

Freshers Sounds - The best new music - 05/11/18

This week's best new music packs a fiery punch.

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