Matt McCrory, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Matt McCrory
Music Editor, English Language student and otherwise barely functional being.

Twitter: @iamnotmatty

Festival Review: Sziget 2016

Matt McCrory journeys to Budapest for one of the best festivals in the world.

Posted on 8th September 2016

Fear and Loathing in the European Union

Redbrick writer Matt McCrory explores how the upcoming referendum has been portrayed from both campaigns and what this means for the future of Britain.

Posted on 23rd June 2016

What to Watch This Summer

The Redbrick TV team look back at some of 2016's highlights and recommends some of the best shows to watch or catch up on over the summer

Posted on 16th June 2016

Feature: Ady Suleiman Live (Redbrick Office Headliner)

Daniella Bassett sits down to interview Ady Suleiman before he treats us to acoustic performances of 'Running Away' and 'Ain't the Beep'.

Posted on 14th June 2016

Single Review: The Stone Roses – Beautiful Thing

Georgie Deaville and Matt McCrory commend the latest Beautiful Thing coming from The Stone Roses.

Posted on 14th June 2016

Competition: Kamasi Washington at Birmingham Institute

You can win tickets to see Kamasi Washington in Birmingham.

Posted on 4th June 2016

Album Review: Band Of Skulls – By Default

Matt McCrory goes head-to-head with Band Of Skulls' latest record.

Posted on 4th June 2016

Live Review: The Hot 8 Brass Band

Matt McCrory samples the best that New Orleans has to offer at the Birmingham Academy.

Posted on 2nd June 2016

Album Review: Flume – Skin

Matt McCrory looks at Flume's sophomore record.

Posted on 31st May 2016

Album Review: Car Seat Headrest – Teens of Denial

Matt McCrory reviews the latest record from Car Seat Headrest.

Posted on 31st May 2016

Album Review: Moulettes – Preternatural

Matt McCrory is puzzled by Moulettes' fourth record.

Posted on 29th May 2016

Single Review: The Stone Roses – All For One

Phil Jones and Matt McCrory provide differing views of The Stone Roses' comeback single.

Posted on 14th May 2016