This Weeks New Music: Story Books, Bombay Bicycle Club, Reggie Watts

Story Books – White Maid Token Kentish track now. This one is special, from the excellent Sittingbourne founded Story Books. White Maid will test even the most upbeat listener’s … Continue Reading →

This Week’s New Music: Slaves, Warpaint, Best Coast, Lorde

This week’s column features a whole bunch of female singers, with the exception of Slaves’ Where’s Your Car Debbie, below, which is a shouty-man-song. Also, just … Continue Reading →
Christmas Music

InQuire Christmas Playlist 2013

Merry Christmas and all that. Sickened by the sounds of festive cheer? Then you probably won’t enjoy the InQuire Christmas playlist of 2013. For everyone else who isn’t … Continue Reading →

The Gospel According to Reginald D Hunter

According to our Newspaper Entertainment Editor, Reginald D. Hunter is the epitome of cool. Here’s how she found his stand-up tour. I made an error on the night of Wednesday 20th … Continue Reading →

The History Boys at The Marlowe Theatre

Henry Broome reviews The History Boys, performed by University drama society T24. Here is what he thought: The History Boys by Alan Bennett is a play that needs little introduction. … Continue Reading →

This Week’s New Music: Pirouette, ScHoolboy Q, Dornik

ScHoolboy Q – Man of the Year A track that was created for the new NBA Live 14′ game, you could expect it to include inspirational strings and a self-aggrandising title … Continue Reading →
Halloween Playlst

InQuire Halloween Horror Playlist 2013

Many of you will be going out this Halloween, or simply staying in watching old horror films. Whatever you do, make sure you give our Halloween playlist a listen, whether you do it … Continue Reading →

10 Alternative Films to See Before You Graduate

Watching films is just as much a part of student culture as attending lectures, but with unlimited movies at our fingertips you can be forgiven for not knowing where to start. Luckily, … Continue Reading →

The 21st Century Guide to Studying

Studying will never be easy, but it could be made a little less complicated using a few 21st Century apps and websites. Afroditi Koulaxi writes on some of the best ones here. Do you … Continue Reading →
Thomas Dolby

From Converted Lifeboats to an Invisible Lighthouse. Thomas Dolby interview

Thomas Dolby, the electric pop visionary known for such eighties classics as “She Blinded me with Science” and “Hyperactive” has embarked upon a tour entitled … Continue Reading →

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