The ~eDgE- of glory
I need a safe space
Dump Oxford for some London upstart? IMPossible, argues ALICE ROGERS.
In Cambridge for Christmas, JESSICA HOYLE takes in a gig at The Portland, calling Sivu and Marika Hackman’s collaboration “an inevitable success”…
New Features Editor LAUREN CHAPLIN records the trials and tribulations of a fun-loving girl trying to fit in with the cool kids at Cambridge.
GROAN HARDSLEY attempts to make History of Art students like him, with mixed results.
COSMO GODFREE sees a great band poised on the edge – but are they capable of taking the leap?
“I never liked that word, ‘afro-pop’ – maybe we are ‘nafro-pop.’” HARRIET WADE meets hotly tipped Birmingham indie band PEACE at The Portland Arms.
HARRY WRIGHT wishes you were here, as he sends us back a postcard from one of Cambridge’s best small festivals.
Hotly-tipped new band Dog Is Dead celebrated their album release by stripping down…their instruments for an acoustic show. COSMO GODFREE went to see what all the fuss is about.
Despite being in cowboy disguise, COSMO GODFREE still reckons the Mystery Jets are as good as ever.
JOE BATES on why every artist should aim for the mainstream.
Cambridge’s musical deprivation is not all it seems, says COSMO GODFREE.
COSMO GODFREE is pleasantly surprised by the solo outing of former Long Blondes star Kate Jackson.
JOE BATES almost forgets the naked ladies of Arcsoc’s Cabaret.
COSMO GODFREE finds Standard Fare lives up to the averageness of its name.