Benji Chapman

United Kingdom

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Epigram
11/01/2023
Review: Protomartyr @ Trinity Centre

Biting with vicious noise the band were as loud as they were touchingly resonant with the audience, who watched the band back for the crown with a vengeance

Epigram
10/31/2023
Previews: November Live Music

A stellar month of live music from university groups and touring artists looks to be promising for gig-goers keen to open their ears for some new releases

Epigram
10/17/2023
Review: Baxter Dury @ SWX

Following this year's I Thought I Was Better Than You, Baxter brings a strange yet cathartic presence to SWX

Epigram
09/27/2023
In Conversation with Anna Erhard

Even through the laptop's screen, Anna's digitised cheeriness is beaming throughout the zoom call as we dissect a variety of eclectic influences that make up her DIY aesthetic.

Epigram
09/16/2023
Student Music Groups & Societies

Epigram guides you through the best student groups to get involved with as the year begins; from jazz improv and guitar jam sessions to orchestras and choirs.

Epigram
05/10/2023
Review: Vincent Moon @ Strange Brew

When a performance is carried out in front of an audience, we call it live. Each note, each motion on the stage and every facet of the audial-visual experience is unique, unexpected and never heard before.The music no longer simply exists within headphones and speakers, but it becomes live.

Epigram
04/06/2023
C418: Schism Tracker, Minecraft and more

By Benji Chapman, First Year English and Philosophy C418, or Daniel Rosenfeld, found his start in the music world making chiptune songs on the program Schism Tracker. Like so many artists, Rosenfeld made the most of increased accessibility to make electronic music that programs like Schism Tracker offered - a free knockoff of other digital multi-track music trackers that became available in the 90s.