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    Live Review: Sharon Van Etten

    Conrad Duncan in awe of Sharon Van Etten at the Institute

    Written by Conrad Duncan on 23rd January 2015

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    Redbrick Meets…James Bay

    Natalie Hatton chats to the soon-to-be-huge singer-songwriter

    Written by Natalie Hatton on 22nd January 2015

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    Live Review: Sneakbo

    Charlie Moloney on Sneakbo's Certified chaos

    Written by Charlie Moloney on 15th January 2015

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    Album Review: Sneakbo – Certified

    Sneakbo's new mixtape is Certified fresh, says Charlie Moloney

    Written by Charlie Moloney on 14th January 2015

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    Live Review: Mallory Knox

    Matt McCrory reminisces at the Institute

    Written by Matt McCrory on 8th January 2015

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    EP Review: Bonobo – Flashlight EP

    Be-'no'-bo? No. Will Haynes enjoys some chillout electronica.

    Written by Will Haynes on 7th January 2015

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    Live Review: Passenger

    Quieter than Iggy Pop. Nadhira Koh reviews an intimate evening with Passenger.

    Written by Nadhirah Koh on 3rd January 2015

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    Album Review: One Direction – FOUR

    Run in the opposite direction, advises Laura Hand

    Written by Laura Hand on 3rd January 2015

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    Redbrick Songs of the Year 2014

    Redbrick Music picks 2014's best tracks

    Written by Jack Crowe, Ludo Cinelli, Matt Moody, Beth Coveney, Christopher Gray, Gurnesha Bola, Will Haynes, Rosie Goldsmith, Conrad Duncan, Matthew Freddura, Dean Eastmond, Lily Blacksell, Carl Jones, Giulia Bardelli, Christoph Büscher, Kate Spree, Rachael Clear, Katy Spencer, Daniel Moroney & Alex Ekong on 1st January 2015

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    Feminist Anthems 2014

    Dean Eastmond examines the ways in which 2014's female pop stars have provided a whole host of feminist songs

    Written by Dean Eastmond on 31st December 2014

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    Live Review: The Temperance Movement

    Rhys Murphy finds the future of Blues rock in safe hands

    Written by Music on 28th December 2014

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    Live Review: Little Dragon

    Conrad Duncan sees Little Dragon finally spreading their wings

    Written by Conrad Duncan on 28th December 2014
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