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Music

You Me At Six: reVItalisation

Surrey-bred rock band, You Me At Six, have given us their sixth album, conveniently titled VI (just in case you forgot). Whilst eclectic would be stretching it, styles do switch throughout providing something for everyone as long as you like rock. It is refreshing to hear a band that have previously done so well by…

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Our picks for podcast people

Reading’s tiring, TV’s full of football and Spotify can’t quite work out your vibe. (Am I the only one who finds the generated playlists somewhat offensive?) But never fear, your summer distraction is here: five podcasts covering all you need to know. Whether at a family BBQ or down the pub, listen to these and…

Music

The art of the playlist

From mixtapes on cassettes to playlists on Spotify, our lives have always had soundtracks. Here, I intend to update the rules set in the movie High Fidelity for the 21st century. We no longer use cassettes, and creating a playlist has never been easier with apps like Spotify and iTunes. We all know the pain…

Music, OldVenue

Hello Again, Adele

Let me take you back to January 2011, the month that Adele released her multi-platinum album, 21. It went on to become the bestselling UK album of the millennium, and sold over 30 million copies worldwide. Adele single-handedly changed the industry, revitalising the lagging sales of the UK and the US. After a three-year hiatus,…

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