Harry Hetherington, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Third-year student of English and History:)))

Live Review: Fatboy Slim

Fatboy Slim's arena tour stop was a fun but contrived live show, writes Music Editor Harry Hetherington

Posted on 14th March 2019

Redbrick’s Albums of 2018

As 2018 finally draws to a close, Redbrick Music reflects on the best music releases in our annual Albums of the Year feature

Posted on 5th January 2019

Single Review: Thom Yorke- Has Ended

‘Has Ended’ is a hypnotising song which gives little indication about the soundtrack or film it goes alongside, writes Music Editor Harry Hetherington

Posted on 19th October 2018

Single Review: BROCKHAMPTON- ‘1998 TRUMAN’

Harry Hetherington finds BROCKHAMPTON's immensely enjoyable single a good sign amidst the group's effective rebirth

Posted on 13th August 2018

Album Review: Leon Vynehall – Nothing Is Still

Nothing Is Still is an immersive ambient project, and represents a drastic change from Leon Vynehall’s previous work, writes Music editor Harry Hetherington

Posted on 6th July 2018

Album Review: Scallops Hotel – Sovereign Nose of (y)our Arrogant Face

Milo's latest project under Scallops Hotel continues the esoteric yet absorbing style of rap that has come to define him, Harry Hetherington reviews

Posted on 1st February 2018

Essential Albums: Modest Mouse – The Lonesome Crowded West

Modest Mouse evoked the terror of a rapidly changing world on their 1997 magnum opus, reviews Harry Hetherington

Posted on 20th January 2018

Redbrick’s Albums of 2017

Redbrick Music takes a look back at the best albums of 2017.

Posted on 12th January 2018