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Initially people may be rather wary of what to expect from Manchester Orchestra as their name does generate some preconceptions. Are they a string quartet from Old Trafford? However, anybody fortunate...

Allstars is a renowned event among students, which has always provided UWE Freshers with a catalogue of big-name acts, such as Bombay Bicycle Club, Professor Green and Pendulum. This year’s event was...

On the 21st September, UWE’s Live Music Society put on their most audacious event so far. The society decided to showcase the event during Freshers’ Week at Bristol’s central venue, Eton. The event...

Unless you walk around Stokes Croft with your eyes closed, you will likely to have seen the Carriage Works building. A minor landmark of Bristol, this iconic building has been featured in many art works,...

There are two types of Fringe goers: those that go for the shows, and those that go for the spontaneity. Personally I’m one of those that go for the shows, but I have a sneaky underlying reason – to...

> Simon Bishop speaks to one of the biggest names in Drum N Bass Marcus Intalex should need no introduction to fans of drum n bass in its more purist form. His label Soul:R label has been one of the most...

> New TV on the Radio album  shows new maturity for band From their debut studio album ‘Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes’ right through to ‘Dear Science’, TV on the Radio have always supplied...

> Indie rockers supporting The Wombats on tour Opening for such an influential indie band as the Wombats is a difficult task, yet Essex-five piece Morning Parade took on this challenge effortlessly...

> Twenty stone wedding dresses and bizarre ‘grabbing’: a look at one of the UK’s most insular communities. For the past four weeks the nation has been enraged, entertained, disgusted...

> Are they churning out the same film over and over? So, I don’t know who else has been feeling it recently, but it seems that there is some overwhelming déjà-vu happening on the silver screen....