My time seeing Victoria Bateman bare all for her 18+ event.
If you think it’s just about upper middle-class ravers trying to act street, then you’re wrong.
From Luke Skywalker to Lare+Lola, we bring you all the must-attend events for this week
The Tab does some serious investigative journalism and finds out whether Kielty would rather face one horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses.
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RIVKAH BROWN reports back from The Corn Exchange, where a confident Mulvey and a nervous Marling teamed up to deliver a satisfactory evening.
HARRIET WADE and KATIE FORSTER meet the band PASSION PIT before their show at The Junction for a chat about life on tour, their music and whether they think they’ve ‘sold out’.
SAM MELLOR is left surprised by an artist who oozes swagger.
Cambridge’s musical deprivation is not all it seems, says COSMO GODFREE.
Culture Editor HOLLY STEVENSON gives you a good dose of all things cultural to cure your Freshers’ flu. Swallow it, it’s good for you.
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’.
‘We have always tried to make music that we think is good and be true to ourselves. Songs can be timeless, whereas trends come and go.’ HOLLY STEVENSON uncovers the secret behind FEEDER’s long-term success from frontman GRANT NICHOLAS.
JONNY CARTER: “The Junction’s new White Noise night could be a strong response to students seeking a credible Saturday night’s clubbing in a town devoid of a proper weekend dance.”
If you forgot to buy ball tickets or you’re floundering in apathy, LOTTIE UNWIN has some solutions.
LOTTIE UNWIN and ROB SMITH can think of very little funnier than this original show.
STEPHEN YANG enjoyed a delightfully shambolic showing from the filthy yet endearing Green.