Thang Tu’s highly original piece on why really Bill Wurtz might be more worth your time than a classics degree.
Carol Jones discusses art, sport and the politics of geographical divisions.
The thought of nightclubs reopening must give Patrick Vallance and Chris Whitty cold sweats. William T. M. Atkinson shares what we’re missing – and what we’re gaining – from Oxford without nightlife.
A review of Kanye West’s acclaimed album ten years on.
Dorian Electra’s latest album critiques gamer and incel culture, and puts queer sex and love at the foreground. Thomas Savage reviews. (CW: explicit discussion of sex and sexual themes, homphobia)
We may be locked down (again) but Anna Stephen’s comforting playlist will keep your spirits up.
If you streamed music online during the lockdown, you’re not alone. But how much money do you think that music was worth?
Ariana Grande’s sixth studio album is a mature offering in more ways than one. Chloé Agar reviews.
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s hit single normalises female sexual pleasure, corrupts the male gaze and sends a message of female empowerment. Music Editor Katie Bunney discusses three months of WAP.
Life certainly hasn’t been easy for musicians through the pandemic. But can today’s artists learn anything from those in the past?