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Caitlin Clark
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Music Editor. Enthusiast, coffee drinker & listener of tunes. Get in touch: music.editor@thenationalstudent.com
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The NYC-based vocalist exposes approachable vulnerability and internal conflict.

Live review: Aisha Badru @ Blacks Club, 17/09/18

The NYC-based vocalist exposes approachable vulnerability and internal conflict.

We get the hottest nightlife tips from Mancunian DJ and producer Mason Maynard.

Mason Maynard's Guide to clubbing in Manchester

We get the hottest nightlife tips from Mancunian DJ and producer Mason Maynard.

The young reggae vocalist talks strong female partnerships and staying true to being weird.

Interview: Hollie Cook

The young reggae vocalist talks strong female partnerships and staying true to being weird.

From vast soundscapes and throbbing electronics to delectable croon-pop, this is the week's best new music.

Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 17/09/18

From vast soundscapes and throbbing electronics to delectable croon-pop, this is the week's best new music.

We speak to spurned friends and ex-lovers whose relationships took a hit because of musical differences.

The dangerous dynamic of musical differences

We speak to spurned friends and ex-lovers whose relationships took a hit because of musical differences.

From a fiver per gig to one of the most adept artists in the industry.

Interview: Friction

From a fiver per gig to one of the most adept artists in the industry.

The first snippet of the 10 year special anniversary album.

Hear This: Natty - Badman (Rastafari Mix)

The first snippet of the 10 year special anniversary album.

A slice of humble pie from one of the drum & bass scene’s most prolific ambassadors.

Album review: Friction - Connections

A slice of humble pie from one of the drum & bass scene’s most prolific ambassadors.

Meet Scandinavia's shimmering pop sweethearts Erika and Marta, better known as I Am Karate.

Interview: I Am Karate

Meet Scandinavia's shimmering pop sweethearts Erika and Marta, better known as I Am Karate.

Playful rhythms and shimmering pop production bring this Swedish duo into the spotlight.

Hear This: I Am Karate - News

Playful rhythms and shimmering pop production bring this Swedish duo into the spotlight.

Hollie Cook puts a sweet reggae twist on a UK garage classic.

Hear This: Hollie Cook - Sweet Like Chocolate

Hollie Cook puts a sweet reggae twist on a UK garage classic.

The new single from Lights On Moscow taps into the struggle between anguish and beauty.

Hear This: Lights On Moscow - Lord Let Me Know

The new single from Lights On Moscow taps into the struggle between anguish and beauty.

An arts space, social enterprise and hub for creativity, Green Rooms is a game-changer in the London hotel landscape.

Green Rooms: The design-led hotel with creativity at its core

An arts space, social enterprise and hub for creativity, Green Rooms is a game-changer in the London hotel landscape.

The best afrobeats, dancehall, bashment and soca beats to get you in the mood for Carnival.

Notting Hill Carnival: Your ultimate pre-party playlist

The best afrobeats, dancehall, bashment and soca beats to get you in the mood for Carnival.

The French DJ duo daring us to dream.

Interview: Polo & Pan

The French DJ duo daring us to dream.

The blossoming Leeds outfit deliver a new atmospheric pop anthem.

Hear This: Far Caspian - The Place

The blossoming Leeds outfit deliver a new atmospheric pop anthem.

A spaced-out, love-laced track inspired by a dog.

Hear This: Menace Beach - Satellite

A spaced-out, love-laced track inspired by a dog.

A delicately balanced R&B cut.

Hear This: Ouri - Escape

A delicately balanced R&B cut.

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