0th week playlist

<iframe src=”https://embed.spotify.com/?uri=spotify:user:1158915230:playlist:1HUhxfmvXWQoKnec2reeHk” width=”300″ height=”380″ frameborder=”0″ allowtransparency=”true”></iframe> ‘You’re Not The One’ – Sky Ferreira ‘XO’- Beyoncé ‘Red Eyes’- The Wars on Drugs ‘Garden’s Heart’ – Natasha Khan & Jon Hopkins ‘Seasons (Waiting on You)’ -Future Islands ‘A Simple Beautiful Truth’ -Wild Beasts ‘Here Comes the Sun’ – Nina Simone ‘Work’ – Iggy Azalea ‘Cloudbusting’ – Kate […]

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Interview with Annie Nightingale

This interview was originally published by The Oxford Student in November 2013. Annie Nightingale always wanted to be “cool”. After 43 years on BBC Radio 1, its longest serving and its first female DJ, she remains the epitome of the concept with her Friday night show championing “dubstep, urban and all things bassotronic”. Annie’s passion […]

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Tracks of the Week

Gilligan Moss – ‘Choreograph‘ This song is a beautiful patchwork, constantly mutating as it slides between different beats and textures with alarming ease. The stunning melodies rival those of Four Tet while the tribal vocal build-ups align it with some of John Talabot’s fIN. With ‘Choreograph’, Gilligan Moss has created one of the most exciting […]

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OxStu Playlist – 12/05/13

David Lee Astley gives the lowdown on this week’s offerings   Hookworms – Radio Tokyo   Having already released, for me, one of the best records of the year, Hookworms are back with a stand alone single for Too Pure. ‘Radio Tokyo’ combines the swirling guitars, pulsing organ and sharp vocals that married so well […]

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Between Rock and a Hard Piece

Orwellian might be the most abused literary adjective in use today, but George Orwell remains one of the most prescient writers of his age. He had an opinion on just about every topic, but when one considers the many, and often bizarre, ways in which his writings continue to resonate in 2013, the 110th year […]

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