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
Rob Godfrey at Komedia
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Arts
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Rob Godfrey at Komedia

Alex Carter - December 5, 2016

Rob Godfrey, a recent BA Songwriting graduate from BIMM Brighton, has taken the UK music scene by its horns and is riding his way, slowly but surely,…

Preview: Jess Glynne – Brighton Centre
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Preview: Jess Glynne – Brighton Centre

Lauren Wade - November 24, 2016

Lauren Wade Music Editor This Sunday the Brighton Centre will play host to pop superstar, Jess Glynne. The artist’s career kicked off on a mild evening in…

Review: A$AP Rocky Cosy Tapes Vol One, Friends
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Review: A$AP Rocky Cosy Tapes Vol One, Friends

Glenn Houlihan - November 15, 2016

For one of 2016’s most anticipated projects, Cosy Tapes Vol One: Friends has enjoyed a fittingly tantalising prelude. A scattering of singles, a visual project directed by…

Kings Of Leon, WALLS: Review
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Kings Of Leon, WALLS: Review

Lauren Wade - November 2, 2016

By: Daniel Parker Seasoned rockers Kings of Leon triumphantly return with their seventh studio album that experiments with the traditional and the unconventional as the Kings battle…

The Power Of Two
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The Power Of Two

Louisa Streeting - October 28, 2016

The surge of musical duos rising to fame in recent years has enveloped all genres. It is often the simplicity and rawness of their music that attracts…

Review: Bestival 2016
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Review: Bestival 2016

Lauren Wade - October 28, 2016

Miriam Steiner It feels a lot like you’re cheating, going to a festival as press. With access to two clean press portaloos and charging points, and bumping…

Black Artists Snubbed At The Awards
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Black Artists Snubbed At The Awards

Lauren Wade - October 25, 2016

Lauren Wade Music Editor In celebration of Black History Month, we explore the struggles black artists and musicians have faced in the past when it comes to…

Interview: Deap Vally
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Interview: Deap Vally

Lauren Wade - October 25, 2016

Lauren Wade Music Editor In an age where music is taking serious inspiration from decades gone by, sometimes it’s refreshing to see a rock duo who strip…

October @ Patterns
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October @ Patterns

Glenn Houlihan - October 24, 2016

Patterns brushed aside Brighton’s summer hangover with a stellar first week of October, countering the shortening hours of sunshine with a vibrant seven days of gigs and…

Jamie-T at the O2 Brixton
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Jamie-T at the O2 Brixton

Bianca Serafini - October 24, 2016

Ten minutes before the doors opened at seven, the queue for Jamie-T’s Sunday concert went around the street and more, as crowds of people arrived in what…

Preview: Zenker Brothers with Will Lister at Patterns
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Preview: Zenker Brothers with Will Lister at Patterns

Glenn Houlihan - October 5, 2016

Patterns hosts another sublime evening of music this coming Saturday, as First Floor are invited back to present the renowned Zenker Brothers. The Munich based duo have…

Interview: Fickle Friends
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Interview: Fickle Friends

Lauren Wade - October 5, 2016

Lauren Wade Music Editor and Glenn Houlihan Deputy Editor Photo credit: Nick Walker From the moment The Badger met up with Brighton-bred Fickle Friends they’re buzzing with energy and excitement, a…

Review: Together The People 2016
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Review: Together The People 2016

Lauren Wade - September 30, 2016

Lauren Wade Music Editor and Glenn Houlihan Deputy Editor Photo credit: Pete Holmes   Together The People has carved out a niche in the often oversaturated festival scene by offering an…

Review: Bastille ‘Wild World’
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Review: Bastille ‘Wild World’

Lauren Wade - September 30, 2016

Sophie Clark Anyone who has tuned into a music station lately will be familiar with Bastille's single 'Good Grief', the catchy and rambunctious first offering from their…

Preview: Oscar at Patterns
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Preview: Oscar at Patterns

Glenn Houlihan - September 30, 2016

Oscar has been fostering hype since his first single 'Sometimes' was released in 2014, and unlike many of the indie-pop starlets who peak and fizzle out in…

Review: ‘Waste A Moment’ Kings of Leon
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Review: ‘Waste A Moment’ Kings of Leon

Lauren Wade - September 27, 2016

Sophie Clark In the early days of Kings of Leon's career, their sound was as southern as bourbon, fried chicken, and the confederacy, harping back to their…

Preview: Julio Bashmore at Patterns
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Preview: Julio Bashmore at Patterns

Glenn Houlihan - September 27, 2016

Mention Julio Bashmore's name to any house connoisseur and you're certain to be met with a nod of solemn approval. After all, this is the man who…

Music: September Event Guide
Freshers' 2016
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Freshers' 2016
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Music: September Event Guide

Lauren Wade - September 10, 2016

The early bird gets the worm; and that’s the case when looking at the events on offer in Brighton and Hove this September. The city is known…

Music at Sussex
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Music at Sussex

Lauren Wade - September 10, 2016

Whether you’re new to the University or a returning student there’s never been a better time to join a society than the start of a new year.…

Bloosoms: Summer’s Best Band
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Bloosoms: Summer’s Best Band

Lauren Wade - September 10, 2016

  A Stockport five-piece, Blossoms are possibly the UK’s most exciting new act and they’ve released a bloomin’ good stomper of a debut album. Their eponymous first…