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Fresher Sounds – 11/07/2016
Some sound distractions to take your mind off the world...
March for Europe: All the best puns from the anti-Brexit protest
“Baguettes not regrets!”
Album review – Grawl!x – Aye!
Aye! is the latest gem to be forged from the evolving sound of Grawl!x.
This woman is a forensic anthropologist by day and a zombie by night
She’ll eat your guts and then trace your family history.
Real life vampire: This guy actually drinks human blood
Merticus has 'identifed' as a vampire since 1997.
This MP thinks you shouldn’t have to pay to watch BBC iPlayer
Liz McInnes MP is supporting a student campaign to prevent the closing of the loophole that allows you to watch catch up on BBC iPlayer without a TV Licence – here’s why.
Two days in Alnwick
A classic medieval town that opens the door to a fantasy world...
75% of UK women 'have experienced violence or harassment in cities'
A poll found women have faced groping, unwanted touching and other forms of harassment in their own cities.
Watch: The Reality of Smart Drugs
Filmmaker Liam Kay talks to students and takes Modifinil himself look at the reality of our smart drug epidemic.
Festival preview: British Summer Time 2016
Again for two weekends this July Hyde Park becomes a veritable smorgasbord of sound as Barclaycard presents British Summer Time takes over with its most eclectic offering to date.
Tiga on Technology
Techno don Tiga speaks about the part technology plays in his work and wider culture.
No Fantasy Required is already one of the best albums of 2016, its creator Tiga explained its magic.
Live review: The Heavy @ The Moth Club, 16/02/2016
Last night The Heavy proved why they are one of the best live bands in the world.
Interview: Fun Lovin' Criminals
The Fun Lovin' Criminals return to the beginning with a reissue and full tour of their seminal debut album. We caught up with FAST, one of the 'Kings Of New York.'.
Festival preview: Primavera Sound 2016
The 2016 line up for Primavera Sound could be its best yet.
100 Club event launches year of celebrating Punk London
Last night (Tuesday 19th January) punks old and new gathered at the legendary 100 Club off Oxford Street to kick start a year of events celebrating 40 years since the British punk explosion in the capital.
Aldi challenges Dry January with home-delivery on award-winning wines
Your Dry January resolve is about to take another knock, with budget supermarket Aldi now offering home-delivery on their award-winning wines.