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Beat-Herder 2019: Eclectic mix of artists makes for an other-worldly experience

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Mark Narayn-Lee reviews his experience at 2019's Beat-Herder festival- a gathering for some of the most talented DJ's in the country resulting in dawn til dusk fun!...

AitcH20 – Album Review

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Never head of the 19 year old Manchester-based rapper Aitch? For anyone unaware of the grime artist, he’s risen to fame over the last year or so, with a few hit singles under...

The cannons go skrrrahh, pap, pap, ka-ka-ka: The fiery new diss track from Tsarist Russia’s underground

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The cannons go skrrrahh, pap, pap, ka-ka-ka: The fiery new diss track from Tsarist Russia’s underground Stephen Dawes Reviews Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture (Full with Cannons) ...

Leeds Festival Saturday round-up: The 1975 take on 2019

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Reading and Leeds Festival: A staple of the English music scene. An opportunity for you and your mates to enjoy some of the greatest music acts that the time has to offer. 2019...

Charles Boyd’s album More Sex Less Violence, begs the question: tortured soul or horny teenager?

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During a summer clean out of the Courier’s office, our illustrious editor and I came across a mysterious airmail package dated from 2016, posted for $2.50 all the way from...

Hard Rock Café could come to Quayside

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Restaurant chain Hard Rock Café has submitted a planning permission request to Newcastle City Council....

Black Bull: Foals release their “heaviest” track yet

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It’s just days since the first instalment of Foals’ epic double album ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1’ was shortlisted for the coveted Mercury Prize. The...

The songs that defined my university years

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As an outgoing Music Editor, it feels fitting to reflect on the music that will remind me of the highs and lows of my time at Newcastle. However, I’ll warn you now that this...

Music to my ears: an interview with NUJO

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Sophie Wilson speaks to Tom McDonald, president of NUSU’s society of the year and resident jazz band, about their success in 2019 How many gigs has Newcastle University Jazz...

This is Tomorrow Review- Stereophonics

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Emma Dawson reviews Welsh rockers Stereophonics who wowed the crowds at This is Tomorrow Festival with their headbanging set......