Sidney Sussex have released their headliner at their 2014 ‘Light’ themed May Ball.
Welcome to the season debut of Game of Genres. In this first quarter-final we see Jazz, Reggae and Indie-Pop tear each other apart.
WILL HEILPERN thoroughly enjoys a superb party, filled with considered decadence and touching subtlety
ADAM TYNAN talks to DR JASON RENTFROW, Senior Lecturer of Psychology and Fitz PPS DoS, about Jazz, Samba and East 17.
EMMA WELEMINSKY-SMITH is on a sugar-high after SCMS’s triumph with the spangled leadership of Simon Nathan.
Despite the average guest being twice his size, it was a great night out for SEBASTIAN SALEK.
Cambridge showed Oxford how to jizzle their jazzle at this years John’s Jazz Battle, writes TOM BARDSELY
It’s week 8 – you’ve made it! Culture Editor HOLLY STEVENSON is here to guide you around the best events of the week, and give you a celebratory pat on the back.
PETE SKIDMORE gives the highest possible praise to a group of folk singers who would look at home in a 16th century tavern.
COSMO GODFREE muses on the future of a poetic Northern band and their performance in a pub.
Clare Jazz starts the year with brass band dubstep: GABRIELLA FLATT tells you how it went.
TALIA RICHARD-CARVAJAL: ‘Possessed with the Spirit of Jazz’s cooler brother, the Ghost of Groove, the floor was a mass of Cheshire Cat grins and flailing limbs’.
JEFF CARPENTER reviews the Varsity Big Band Battle ‘What an incredible evening of big band jazz – but let me say – Cambridge are a cut and a half above Oxford’.
JONNY CARTER: Nuance and groove? Must be the first-wave ska of The Brothers Ignatius at Clare Jazz.
The Tab brings you full listings of all things musical happening this week.
Week 1 is underway, so stop trawling through all those flyers and termsheets and get back to work- The Tab has got the weeks classical and non-classical music all accounted for in this comprehensive guide. JOE BATES and DAVID HOLLAND bring you everything from I Am Kloot to Scwanengesang.
The Tab’s new music Co-Editor, JONNY CARTER on some of the best gigs going on this Freshers’ Week.
LIZ ENIN discovers some seriously funky shit is going on in the depths of Caius.