Cohen, Cave and Waits

Under the Sea

That was so 10 years ago

Cohen, Cave and Waits would have to be some of the most influential artists of our time...

Dive into the deep blue sea

Taking it back to the 2010s alt scene; expect nostalgia :)

From the Playlist

This list showcases a handful of our favourites – but barely scratches the surface of their extensive catalogues, and collaborations.

There is so much that is fascinating, sometimes frightening, yet always awe-inspiring about what lies in the ocean. Caleb and Jane’s collaborative Under the Sea playlist celebrates all of this and more.

Taking it back to the 2010s alt scene; expect nostalgia 🙂

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Ruth Burke

Ruth Burke

Originally from Ireland, I now currently live in Liverpool after completing my undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in performance.

Jenna Barton

Jenna Barton

Music has always been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. You can find me listening to music in between classes and during nature walks. Ive had a passion for music at a young age when I started my own musical discovery.

a tonne of stuff

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