• What is Latinx music?

    Emily explores the extents of the term ‘Latinx’ and variations within this exciting emalgamation of genres. When I first volunteered to write this article, I did not fully realise what I got myself into. An article about “The rise of Latinx music”, I thought I would just talk about...
  • “Name One Genius That Ain’t Crazy”: How Kanye West became one of the most influential and controversial artists of all time

    Many artists are known for their passionate and loyal fanbase. However, the group that immediately springs into the forefront of my mind is always the Kanye West fanbase. Kanye West is inescapable....
  • Interview: whenyoung

    Currently on tour around the UK following the release of new singles and the announcement that debut album Reasons to Dream will be released in May, whenyoung are the indie band to watch in 2019. Formed of singer/bassist Aoife Power, guitarist Niall Burns and drummer Andrew Flood, who are...
  • Introduction To: Brazilian Music

    A place thriving with a rich and diverse musical culture, Brazil has been instrumental to the development of contemporary sonar developments, and though it is sometimes overlooked, in this article I aim to highlight its importance and introduce you to some of the most essential musicians and movements that...
  • Pieces to Get you into Classical Music

    Ever fancied listening to some classical musical? Unsure whether it’s for you? Hannah discusses how classical music has far more to love than most believe and sets out some of her favourite tunes, suitable no matter your mood. What do you think of when you hear the term ‘classical...
  • Introduction to: The Night Café

    The Night Café are an often-overlooked indie rock band who deserve some love. If you’re into the likes of ‘Catfish and The Bottlemen’ and ‘Circa Waves’, then you’re bound to like this young, up and coming four-piece from Liverpool. Bandmates Sean Martin, Josh Higgins, Arran O’Connell and Carl Dillon...
  • Introducing: UoN Bass Society

    On Tuesday 14th March, The Bodega in Hockley was rammed full of bassheads cutting shapes and throwing limbs to the sounds of bassline and drum and bass at the University of Nottingham Bass Society’s event. After months of planning and promoting, students representing the society took to the stage...