The Official Charts were set up to monitor popular trends, but do they really succeed in their aim?
Taylor Swift’s record deal with Universal Music Group will help other artists.
Alice O’Hare compiles a playlist of thoughts concerning the potential redundancy of the album in the current streaming era.
Tom Brewster illuminates the scintillatingly strange listening experience that is Fishmans – now on Spotify!
Bailey Williams looks at the decrease of the double album half a century after the Beatles’ emblematic White Album.
Professor J. Jones’ top tip for getting to your 9am? “Just don’t go to sleep!”
Twitter reactions to ‘the best lecture ever’.
Carly-May Kavanagh interviews Dead!’s Sam Matlock on festivals, Southampton’s music scene and why he thinks music should be charged for.
Navi Ahluwalia reviews the latest EP from the Putney songwriter and producer.
Bishop combines beautiful and delicate vocals with edgy trip-hop beats. Success is imminent for this up and coming London-born singer.
Records Editor, Amy offers her thoughts on whether services like Spotify and Apple Music are being fair to the artists that their business depends on.
In an open letter to the corporation, the pop singer has defended her choice to withhold her music from the new streaming service, as well as criticising Apple’s proposed 3 month free trial for all new customers.
Georgia Simpson was one of the lucky few from Southampton to get a ticket to Spotify’s Secret Social.