In a sporty way not a panic way
Cambridge’s rich history has met its match. Academia, architecture and alumni are all great but OMG did you see who Taylor left Cindies with last night?
JONNY WATKINS adores sax solos, and he thinks you should too.
With Week 1 now like, so last week, MAYA HAMMY provides some essential choonage to congratulate you on all your hard work.
SAM MELLOR is left surprised by an artist who oozes swagger.
COSMO GODFREE: Feels alienated from the critically aclaimed musician.
MONA EBERT & ERIC HAMBRO check out Noah and the Whale: “Old debut album tracks were successfully rejuvenated, and the collective harmonies gave earlier collaborations with Laura Marling a run for their money.”
BEN WEISZ on The Naked & Famous: ‘with better techies, theirs will be the must-have sound at any festival this summer’.
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’.
Our music editors bring you week 4’s musical offerings.
The Tab brings you full listings of all things musical happening this week.
COTTIA THOROWGOOD: “Although the tangible fusion between performers and audience was based as much on solidarity of years as much as the music itself, the catchy beats dragged us to the dance floor”
University is ‘way more important than sitting in a bank and doing a normal job for three years.’ Susan Ann Sulley, member of electro-pop legends THE HUMAN LEAGUE tells KATIE FORSTER about her failed dreams of academia.
HOLLY STEVENSON: ‘Despite being on the soundtrack of almost every American teen drama you can think of, Joel Pott’s song to his prematurely born daughter still retains all of its power.’
MAX DURSTON asks whether Lady Gaga’s pop videos are hypersexualised, or just a bit weird.