From flared trousers to catchy refrains, Eurovision success to marriage breakdown, Aaron James, as part of our popular Revisiting the Classics series, charts a short history of the Swedish musical legends ABBA and sheds lights on some of their less well-known tracks.
Yundi Li reviews the Oxford Opera Society’s production of Cesar Cui’s ‘A Feast in Time of Plague’.
As part of the ‘Revisiting the Classics’ series, Alice Banfield discusses how the Beatles have shaped the music industry and society as a whole.
Meg Hopkins discusses MARINA’s new album, which touches on political and more personal issues, while maintaining her characteristic style.
Joseph Geldman discusses Japanese Breakfast’s new album, delving into its emotional depths and instrumental comparisons.
Ellee Su curates a playlist of queer anthems.
Katharine Spurrier reviews Olivia Rodrigo’s debut album “Sour”, which has taken the charts by storm.
As part of the ‘Revisiting the Classics’ series, Ben Holden talks about Pulp, one of the key players in the Britpop movement.
Jennifer Goodier reviews Twenty One Pilots’ new album.
Oscar Jelley reviews the BBC film ‘Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes’, which explores the life of electronic composer Delia Derbyshire.