Harriet Willis' Best Albums of 2018
From good old pop to 80s groove, Harriet Willis deep dives into her favourite albums of 2018.
Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 26/11/18
Hand-picked tunes to get you through the winter weeks ahead.
Live review: Tom Misch @ O2 Apollo, Manchester, 14/11/2018
Disco balls, funky jazz and a guest appearance; Tom Misch pulled out all the stops.
Hear This: JUNODEF - Heights
Swedish post-rock band release an atmospheric, hard-hitting single.
Hear This: Veronica Fusaro - Venom
Veronica Fusaro delivers an incredibly emotive brand new single.
Hear This: Bessie Turner - Nino
Bessie explores anxiety and the value of friends under a cloak of sparkling guitars.
Live review: You Me At Six @ The Key Club, Leeds, 10/10/18
You Me At Six strip it back at intimate show in aid of new album.
Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 08/10/18
Soothing tones and indie-pop bliss drives this week's best releases.
The Veggies Strike Back: 10 cheap and healthy recipes for term one
This World Vegetarian Day, get in the mood with these recipes.
Album review: Pale Waves - My Mind Makes Noises
Pale Waves' synth-pop album exudes coming-of-age nostalgia.
Hear This: PLYA - Innocent/Addiction
Alt-pop trio unveil a double release.
A Fresher's Guide to clubbing in Sheffield
Whatever your taste, there is something for everyone in the Steel City.
Hear This: Starling - You
Rising alt-pop star returns with shimmering, heart-felt single 'You'.
Hear This: NONONO - Dancing (Mumbai Wedding)
Swedish alt-pop trio release funky pop track ahead of new album.
Hear This: Bring Me The Horizon - MANTRA
Bring Me The Horizon return with a heavy, electro-infused track.
Hear This: The 1975 - TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME
The Manchester quartet release a funky, reggae-infused inquiry into an online relationship.
Album Review: Slaves - Acts of Fear and Love
Slaves are back with another comedically truthful album, delving into the lives we wished we had.