Books Every Fresher Should Read
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Books Every Fresher Should Read

Anonymous - September 19, 2018
France in Fine Fettle
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France in Fine Fettle

Anonymous - September 17, 2018
Dive into Brightonian Culture
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Dive into Brightonian Culture

Anonymous - September 17, 2018
Oh, baby, baby, did you see Britney at Pride?
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Oh, baby, baby, did you see Britney at Pride?

Anastasia Konstantinidou - September 15, 2018
Students’ Union Apologises for ‘Sexist’ Beermats
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Students’ Union Apologises for ‘Sexist’ Beermats

Jessica Hubbard - September 20, 2018
New Noise #1
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New Noise #1

Lauren Wade - March 13, 2017

Here's The Badger's round-up of the latest singles to be released recently. Take a listen and you might even find a new favourite to add to your collection.…

Review: Kaiser Chiefs @ Brighton Centre 28.02.17
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Review: Kaiser Chiefs @ Brighton Centre 28.02.17

Lauren Wade - March 13, 2017

Anticipation and excitement hung thick in the air prior to Leeds five-piece Kaiser Chiefs taking to the stage. The band, who dismiss the indie labels that have…

Superfood, Estrons and Childhood amongst new additions to The Great Escape
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Superfood, Estrons and Childhood amongst new additions to The Great Escape

Lauren Wade - March 8, 2017

The Great Escape Festival have announced 130 new artists to their annual three-day seaside bash set to take place in May. Stacking up the reasons why you…

Step Aside for Scandi-Pop
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Step Aside for Scandi-Pop

Lauren Wade - March 6, 2017

A genre of music that's been on the rise lately and is predicted to have its moment in 2017 is Scandi-Pop. We've had guitars, we've had grime…

Review: The Island Club @ The Prince Albert 23.02.17
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Review: The Island Club @ The Prince Albert 23.02.17

Lauren Wade - March 6, 2017

The Prince Albert is one of those brilliant venues that many new bands aspire to play whilst working their way up. Local five-piece, The Island Club were…

The Orwells on digging what they do and alternative careers
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The Orwells on digging what they do and alternative careers

Glenn Houlihan - March 6, 2017

Chicago garage rockers, The Orwells are fronting Illinois’s punk revival alongside bands like Twin Peaks, and are in the unique position of releasing a third album whilst still in…

The top 10 Foo Fighters songs
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The top 10 Foo Fighters songs

Jed Grainger - March 4, 2017

The Foo Fighters are one of the biggest bands in the world. With eight albums to their name, multiple Grammys under their belt and having sold 20…

Live At Leeds Festival announces final additions
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Live At Leeds Festival announces final additions

Lauren Wade - March 3, 2017

The final batch of acts have been added to this year's Live At Leeds Festival. Frightened Rabbit, AJ Tracey and VANT lead the final additions and demonstrates…

More Music From Marling
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More Music From Marling

Louisa Streeting - February 27, 2017

Just two years after her previous album, Laura Marling’s new record ‘Semper Femina’ will be released on March 10th. Her fifth album, ‘Short Movie’, demonstrated a change…

Underground Profiles: POLAR
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Underground Profiles: POLAR

Glenn Houlihan - February 23, 2017

Brighton’s underground scene is getting a vital injection of energy from POLAR, who are supporting up and coming DJ's in Brighton and ensuring the South coast reclaims…

2017 is the year of the more diverse festival headliner
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2017 is the year of the more diverse festival headliner

Lauren Wade - February 20, 2017

With festival season rolling around again shortly, line-ups have just started to be announced and the diversity of headlining artists proves to be impressive so far. It…

Grammys 2017: Judges keep on defying the critics
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Grammys 2017: Judges keep on defying the critics

Alex Leissle - February 20, 2017

Last week the elusive Frank Ocean took to his Tumblr account to criticise the Grammys for both the seeming exclusion of black artists, similar to the Oscars…

The Sound of Sussex
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The Sound of Sussex

Jed Grainger - February 20, 2017

Brighton has long been known for its cultural history, having spawned many bands of all genres from the area such Royal Blood, Metronomy and Architects. It may…

The importance of keeping live music local
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The importance of keeping live music local

Lauren Wade - February 13, 2017

With a student budget that often doesn’t stretch as far as you might want it to, paying a lot of money for a gig is something the…

Gorillaz protest against political power
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Gorillaz protest against political power

Louisa Streeting - February 13, 2017

"In these dark times, we need someone to look up to. Me. That's why I'm giving you this new Gorillaz song, a lightning bolt of truth in…

Blossoms to headline Brighton Dome for NME Awards Tour 2017
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Blossoms to headline Brighton Dome for NME Awards Tour 2017

Lauren Wade - February 9, 2017

Stockport's breakout indie band, Blossoms will headline Brighton Dome on 18th March as part of the NME Awards Tour 2017. The annual jaunt sees a selection of…

Bowie: The revolutionary icon the world needed
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Bowie: The revolutionary icon the world needed

Lauren Wade - February 6, 2017

Just over a year on from David Bowie’s tragic and unexpected death and more people than ever are discussing how the music icon stepped onto the stage…

VANT: No frills rock ‘n’ roll at its finest
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VANT: No frills rock ‘n’ roll at its finest

Alex Leissle - February 6, 2017

The Haunt is a sticky place to say the least, and then Vant initiate their first of 16 unrelenting songs, ‘The Answer’ - a scrappy, post-Strokes track…

‘I See You’ is The xx’s boldest move to date
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‘I See You’ is The xx’s boldest move to date

Lauren Wade - February 6, 2017

It's been five years since The xx released an album but sometimes the wait proves to be worth it and it was definitely worth it in this…

Good Life Presents Mad Hatter’s Mansion: Preview
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Music
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Good Life Presents Mad Hatter’s Mansion: Preview

Glenn Houlihan - February 3, 2017

The carnival magic of Good Life finally comes to Brighton this February 17th, as The Mad Hatter’s Mansion opens its doors of insanity to the South Coast.…