A Suburban Love Story for a Flower Boy

Written by Calum Conner Jones. Almost everybody remembers when they came to terms with their sexuality, but how many people remember when they finally became confident about it? About themselves? Unfortunately, many have to hide themselves in a mist of straight identity, behaviour, and mannerisms, they fear the backlash and ostracisation from their straight friends,…

The Music Vox – Track 5 – Are Drugs Driving Music’s Downfall?

Welcome back to The Music Vox! Join Calum, Ben and Adam as they discuss DMX’s recent comments on the promotion of drugs in Hip Hop, as well how we all discover new music, Catfish and The Bottlemen’s new album and more! Make sure to check out our new Twitter account @TheMusicVox1, where we will be…

The Music Vox – Track 4 – 2018 Review and 2019 Predictions

Welcome to the first Music Vox track of 2019! We discuss our favourite tracks of the year, our highlights of the year and what we are looking forward to next year! Join us every week as we discuss more about Music, every week! If you require any help with the issues discussed in the show,…

The Music Vox – Track 3 – Jingle Belles

Welcome to the Christmas 2018 edition of The Music Vox! We discuss the Best and Worst Christmas songs, what makes a Good Christmas song and more! Join us every week as we discuss more about Music, every week     Check out the mentioned Spotify playlist here, with some Christmas songs too!

The Music Vox – Track 1 – Our Introduction

  Welcome to the first track of The Music Vox! Introducing Adam Westwood, Ben Dodd and Calum Conner-Jones. We discuss our Albums of the Year, Mac Miller, Ariana Grande, our music tastes and whether Brittany Spears is more iconic than The Beatles. Join us every week, as we discuss more about music Check the show…

Nirvana Unplugged: 25 Years On

Written by Ben Dodd.

The 18th of November 2018 marks 25 years since the recording of Nirvana’s now iconic MTV unplugged concert.  Not much can be said about Kurt Cobain or Nirvana which hasn’t been said better a thousand times, but I think it’s important to continue the conversation about a band which changed the lives of millions from the early 90s all the way up to the present day, and continues to inspire countless bands and artists.