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June/July 2019 Outsmarted Answers

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Dec 18/ Jan 19 crossword

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Pasco from Norwich Arts Centre

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Rick from Epic

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Craig from Open

Super Furry Animals

Mad Professor @ NAC

Really big, really loud and really beefy

Imarhan @ Norwich Arts Centre

Incredible desert vibes

[UNIT] @ The Shoe Factory

A vortex of feels.

Norwich Medieval Mystery Plays @ Norwich Castle Keep

Both original and clever.

Birds of Hell @ Eaton Park Cafe

Consistently bloody great

Classic Ibiza @ Blickling Hall

I reckon Anne Boleyn was all hands in the air on Blickling's roof.

Saturday at Cambridge Folk Festival

What a beautiful place Cambridge Folk Festival is, both spiritually and physically.

Germaine Greer @ NAC

A very interesting, informative, inspirational and irreverant evening

The Hot 8 Brass Band @ the Waterfront

A super-fun, summery, celebratory time

Belly @ The Waterfront

A love fest of the highest order.

History Mystery @ Norwich Guildhall

What happens in the cell stays in the cell.

Sofar gig @ Waterloo Road

The Norwich music scene's best kept secret

Where You're Meant To Be with Aidan Moffat @ Cinema City

A night that will never be forgotten


"I wanted to unify!"

Ryley Walker

"The best thing is playing a great gig"

Let's Eat Grandma

"We want to become the next Prime Ministers so Boris doesn’t."


"Being unselfconscious is precious"


Fresh new music that is instantly familiar

Mercury Rev @ Norwich Arts Centre

A perfect performance for me.

Vintage Trouble @ the Waterfront

An hour and half of sweat, joy and exorcising demons from Vintage Trouble

Wonk Unit @ The Owl Sanctuary

A very special band indeed.

Moon Duo @ Norwich Arts Centre

Hypnotically powerful

Courtyard KAchink @ Anteros

What a lovely night.

Aidan Moffat - Where You're Meant To Be

"It’s a deep but light-hearted look into what we all would like to leave behind."

La Chiva Gantiva @ the Spiegeltent

An incredibly infectious, upbeat live energy

Mammal Hands/Moon Hooch

Welcome to the new jazz era.

The Egg Cafe @ Norwich Arts Centre

If music be the food of love, play on.

Vintage Trouble

"Working with Scorsese was wing-expanding."

The Furious Five

"We were the original B Boys from the Bronx! "

Moon Duo

"I’ve always been interested in the cyclical aspects of life"

Mercury Rev

"You can really connect with people in a small venue."

Avec Sans

"Michael Stipe let me take a selfie!"

Big Narstie

"I could be a fat Conan the Barbarian!"

Wooden Arms

It’s music that is easy to love

Wonk Unit

"Norwich is brilliant."

Tindersticks @ Open

Definitely a performance, not a gig

Walk With Me @ Felbrigg Hall

A genius idea very well done.

Moh! Kayoute at the Spiegeltent

Beautifully relaxed and laidback

Max Richter Ensemble @ Theatre Royal


The Story Machine @ Dragon Hall

How nice, to be read a story.

Spring King @ Waterfront Studio

Spring King deserve to be bounced to


"Norwich Arts Centre is my favourite venue in the UK"


"Norwich Arts Centre is my favourite venue in the UK"


"We always felt different"

Spring King

"We’ve always had good shows in Norwich"

Rat Boy

"People like putting you in boxes but I’m just here to make music"

Prince Rama

"It's like Ram Dass on speed - "Be here now, or die".

Lonely The Brave

"Our only real goal was to make the best record we could"


"We will always be a Manchester band"

Goldie Lookin Chain

"Most people were on hard drugs but I’d ask for a cup of tea"

Luke Peter Foster

The music is sparse yet full of wonder.

Hawkwind @ UEA

All hail Hawkwind.

Teleman @ Open

Too much in control

Kiran Leonard @ Portland Arms, Cambridge

Outline took a lil road trip..

Shonen Knife

"Every time I play on stage in front of Shonen Knife fans is my best moment."

Catnip and Claws - Next Big Thing winner 2016

" I’m still pinching myself now!"

Nothing But Thieves

"No one came except for my mum"

Udo Dirkschneider

"We didn’t know at the time that we were creating speed metal!"


"It’s nothing like the Gallagher brothers"


"I just want to keep carving my own path"

Kathryn Williams

"At the height of my fame I couldn’t handle it"


"I survived by not taking too many drugs"

Franko Fraize

"Every day that goes by there’s something new for me to buzz off"


"There's no way to win if you quit"

Confluence @ Anteros Arts Foundation

Humans. Nature. Art. Music. Technology.

Kano @ the Waterfront

Long live King Kano.

The Cult @ UEA

A good show overall by one of rock’s greatest bands

Sleeping Beauty @ Norwich Theatre Royal

Go see this show.

Subhumans @ The Owl Sanctuary

A wonderful night of proper punk music.

Isaac Gracie

"A hotly tipped international breakthrough act "


"Sweet jams and good vibes"

Ducking Punches

"We all met on the Norwich punk scene"


"Knowing that millions of people are tuned in is quite nuts to get your head around."

The Ramonas

"The Ramones sound and feel like an honest human experience that's relatable."


"I was running around finding my feet really!"

The Duke Spirit

"Ollie has his finger on the pulse of the hip choir scene!"


"Ideally I would have been around 40 years earlier!"


“I just like to discover the new”

Giselle @ Norwich Theatre Royal

Where’s my tutu at, yo?


"All the songs are about love."

The James Plays: Preview

Nudity! Swears! Strobes! Violence! John Stahl out of GOT!

Soulfly @ the Waterfront

A full on fun night of metally wowness.

Last Night A DJ Saved My Life @ Theatre Royal

Got any Vera's?

C Duncan

" A lot of the album is about escaping."

Music Lessons

A new generation of rappers has arrived.

Vieux Farke Toure @ NAC

I'm mesmerised.

Cloudbusting @ Norwich Arts Centre

Actual Kate is my only master.

Turin Brakes

"We’ve always been a niche band."

Gogo Penguin

"We couldn’t really believe we were signed to Blue Note!"

Girls Names

"We’ve had the time to nurture our sound."


"We provide a bleak outlook on how mundane life can be."

Declan Mckenna

"I’m the attention seeking sixth child of a family of artistic children."


"Some of my family will be at the show for the first time, so that will be interesting!"

Sonic Youths @ NAC

Four young acts do their thang.

Norwich venue at risk of closure


Next Big Thing 2016

Here's the lowdown.

Richard Hawley

"If you want to impress me, don’t be a dick."

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis

"Anything goes on tour!"

Fun Lovin' Criminals

"We’re very sexy people!"

Edward F Butler

Warm and enveloping

Ho99o9 @ the Waterfront Studio

A special and rare night.

Beach Slang

"Energy, danger and healing"

Jeru the Damaja @ NAC

Hip hop at NAC.

Happy Mondays @ UEA


Dog's Dinner

Fresh chaotic tuneful punk

The Qemists

"We had a dressing room between Lady Gaga and Beyonce!"

Mitch Benn

"I’d eliminate Mariah Carey."

Jeffrey Lewis

"I’m still a very simple guitar player."

Inspiral Carpets

"Rick Witter sang Chasing Rainbows at my wedding ceremony!"


"We stayed at Skywalker Ranch a couple times!"


"I'm inspired by colours, shapes, crackheads and sound"

Slaves @ UEA

You slayed us, Slaves.

Joey Bada$$ @ UEA

It's exciting to see the future, yo.

Spectres @ The Owl Sanctuary

I feel like I'm flying and it doesn't get much better than that.

Five minutes with Newton Faulkner

"The challenge isn’t just to make an album, it’s to try and make a really good one."

Eagles of Death Metal @ UEA

Fun, fighting, freedom, fucking and fog.

Missy Malone & Friends' Burlesque Revue

A splendid night of debauched spooky fun

Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes

He can make these fans do whatever the fuck he wants.

The Darkness

"People have forgotten that rock 'n' roll is very much about kicking arse and having fun"


"We live for the live shows!"

Public Service Broadcasting

"I have to make this music or else I get terribly depressed."

Happy Mondays

"Fleetwood Mac probably took more drugs than us lot."


"I stood there and I started crying! GRACE JONES!"

Blanck Mass

I never thought I’d make workout music!

Jeru the Damaja

"All you’ve got to do is come with a seatbelt; it’ll be a crazy ride."

John Grant - Grey Tickles, Black Pressure


Leftfield @ UEA

Still raving after all these years.

Ride @ the Waterfront

Totally. Blown. Away.

Meat Wave

"Immediately after we get home I'm going to wolf down a griddle burger."

Emily Winng

"I also wrote a song called Jamaica. I've never been there"

Let's Eat Grandma

"We got together when we were 10 years old"


"The drummer from Babes in Toyland gave us a massive piece of cheese."

Glenn Hughes

"The KLF are Glenn Hughes fans"

Stormzy @ OPEN

Hashtag Stormz in a grimy coup.

Barrence Whitfield & The Savages @ the Waterfront

The music made me do it, man.

Harry Edwards

"Beck wants me to work on a song personally for him"

Thieving Icons

Fresh. Exciting. Dangerous.


"I feel like we’re relevant and that’s why it’s been worth doing it again"

Cradle of Filth

"I used to go to Wraith at the Waterfront back in the day"

Palma Violets

"We’re a swirling mass, just kind of charging forward"


"We’re having an absolute ball playing live again."

Spring King

"I think our sound has grown with time. I’m not sure what it is though."

Lucy Rose

"Lyrics are the bane of my life sometimes"

New Order - Music Complete


Rebecca @ Theatre Royal

Knee-high Theatre interpret a classic tale.

Jungle Brothers @ Waterfront Studio

Welcome to the Jungle Brothers' block party

Chris Wood

“I’m trying to articulate something closer to the truth than the spin we are fed”

Pony Up @ Norwich Arts Centre

Claws, Graceland and Kid Wave fill us up with new musics.

The Wombats

"I don't think any of us knew that Let's Dance to Joy Division would still be the last song of our set seven years on!"

The Picturebooks

"We got lost in the desert and built choppers, went skating, hung out with rad people, or we rode on our bikes."

Scratch Perverts

"It was quite a surprise to find out the dude with a ponytail from Soul Jazz was an animal on the decks!"

Public Image Ltd

"I’m a wide awake kind of fella!"


"I spend a lot of time in my head."

Barrence Whitfield

"I always wanted to emulate James Brown but I didn’t have the footwork going!"

Tibetan Night Terrors

“Spongebob on Ritalin”

Sonic Youths Birthday Party @ NAC

Showcase of 14-19 yr old Norwich musicians

Standing Tall

Well, it’s very loud. But here's the thing; it’s subtle too.

Matt Abbott

"Poetry and spoken word is in many ways the same as song lyrics, including rap"

Badly Drawn Boy

"I want everything I do to be relevant in 100 years time like Beethoven and Mozart"

Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde @ Epic

It's like a beautiful reunion.

Bug #15

Buxton hits the Playhouse

Roni Size

"There were some people along the way who I said no to, which I regret now, like Madonna."


"Your beer and food is great. I don’t know; we just love the UK."

Jane Weaver

"I’m used to playing to up to 50 people and then all of a sudden to sell out a headline show!"


“Gengahr is our favourite Pokemon. We didn’t really think it through.”

Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde

“Ya Mama was easy... no pun intended. Ha ha!”


"Get off the computer, play the drums and work your balls off!"


Norwich rapper in full effect.

Sleaford Mods - Key Markets


BK & Dad @ The Blueberry, Norwich


Birds of Hell @ The Plasterer's Arms, Norwich

More of this sort of thing, please.

tUnE-yArDs @ Waterfront, Norwich

A vibrant and colourful night

Wolfgang Flür

"We had synthesisers which gave up on stage and burnt with a black smoke"


"What’s interesting to me is music that tells the truth"

You Me At Six

"We’ve learnt how to wind each other up, but also how to look after each other"

Trevor Nelson

"I would say my favourite dance tune is Crystal Waters’ Gypsy Woman"

Tony Visconti

"Heartbreak Hotel stole my heart and I had to learn the guitar after that"


THE festival band

Slaves - Are You Satisfied?


Milly Hirst

One guitar, no loops, no pedals, but one very special voice

Foo Fighters - Main Stage

Grohl and his gang blow our bleedin' socks off

The Permanent Smilers

Classic indie from Norfolk group

Sleaford Mods @ Waterfront, Norwich

An incredible night at the Waterfront

Sleaford Mods

"People that call themselves poets are usually far f*cking from it."


"Nervous? I should have been wearing nappies!"

Huw Stephens

I was in a band called PicNic and I was the rapper. I don't want to talk about it.

Ella Eyre

If it comes from the heart it goes to the heart; that’s what I live by

East India Youth

Django Django

"We tried to keep it upbeat and positive…like a party at a warehouse at 2 in the morning."

Dan Tombs

"It went through several stages, took a few months, and one blown up Amiga!"

Beans on Toast

"I consider myself a drunk with a guitar."


Classic shoe gaze band coming to NAC soon

Kill it Kid

Expect loud, sweaty rock, delivered in a performance you will feel as much as hear.

BBC Radio 1 Academy - The Schedule

Check out the jam packed timetable!

The Radio One Big Weekend Line Up

The full low down on the Big Weekend line up..

The Great Gatsby ballet

A stunning take on a tragic tale at the Theatre Royal

The Skints

"No one likes a band full of dicks."


"I don’t listen to smooth jazz when I read the newspaper; I haven’t mellowed at all!"

Lower than Atlantis

"We don’t want to slow down; we’d rather speed up!"


"Some people won’t be into it and that’s fine, we’d expect that."

Belle and Sebastian

"I’ve not really got frontman written on my forehead"


"So, Kubrick is a favourite director of ours, but it was a total accident that we ripped him off!"


Surf, punk and pop mashed together to make loud noisy songs

The Boy With Two Heads - The Good Consumer EP

80's desert soundscapes with electronic rumblings


A circus spectacular at the Theatre Royal


I don’t really know if I’m that interested in watching a regular person eat their dinner.

Field Day

Hipster paradise!


Go for that drop at Bloc.

BK & Dad

BK & Dad. From Wales. In Norwich.

Keb Darge

"I also ate boiled rats, of which there were plenty of fat ones."

Papa Roach

"I was so into the Red Hot Chilli Peppers when I was learning to play bass that that sort of funky groove style is just how I play."

The Unthanks

"We’ve also started a clog-dancing club together!"

The Handsome Family

"I had a tambourine and a bottle of tequila in my purse."

This Is The Kit

"Most of the four track stuff I did when I was younger doesn't need to be heard again by anyone!"

Royal Blood

"We cannot wait; the first Wembley show is my birthday!"

Jon Gomm

"I'm a 10-year overnight success!"

The Jesus and Mary Chain @ UEA

It's just really really loud and brilliant and extreme

Rag n Bone Man

"I’m gonna take over the world. Seriously."

Blackalicious @Epic

Blackalicious' set is strange

Edward Scissorhands @ Theatre Royal

I know I wasn't the only one who shed a tear at the end

Girl in a Thunderbolt

This is intelligent and strong music


Interview with first local act at R1's Big Weekend!

BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend in Norwich!

Find out all the info here!!

Enter Shikari

When I joined Enter Shikari my dad said to me “You know, there’s a chance that they might not be big?"

Ibibio Sound Machine

Josie Long

I realised that going to Glastonbury Festival is not political activism!

Rae Morris

I cried through the first three songs when I saw Kate Bush last year.

DJ Food

I was doing pause button megamixes as far back as 1984.

Under the radar in East Anglia

Hook yourself up with something fresh…and local.

Mega Emotion

Full of a sparkling energy alongside a neat drumbeat

Wooden Arms

“We’re like Parliament, but with ruffs”

Hayseed Dixie

“I don’t use any words that can’t be said before 6pm on CBeebies”

Echoes in the Well

“We have recently plotted to hold a rehearsal in Fingal’s Cave, in the Hebrides”


“We’ve really discovered who we are as a band this year”

Professor Green

“Even in my darkest times I’ve always held onto something that got me through.”

Hugh Cornwell

Golden Brown star comes to Norwich

Chrome & Illinspired

The two nicest chaps in hip hop

Matt Selfe

Electronic pop from Norwich

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I pushed my album out of my brain through the Beardytron

Grandmaster Flash at Epic Studios

Foo Fighters - Sonic Highways

It's still very much a Foo Fighters Rock Album

Chali 2na

Me? I can't sing. It's like putting a loaded pistol in an infant’s hands!


Where's your car, Debbie?

Knightmare Live

A hilarious and fond trip back to my childhood.

Harry Edwards - Audioline

Harry Edwards


We’re quite normal when we’re offstage


I got a message the other day “I’ve just driven past your house…”

Luke Abbott

The process of making music for me is entirely an investigation into sound and music

La Roux

I’ve figured out how to be comfortable with every part of myself now

Dj Yoda


We met in a sewer looking for old Fanta bottles

Bonnie Prince Billy - A Sea of Tongues

It’s more Country with a Capital C.

Cardinal Burns

A most heart warming, fascinating insight into the show

The Subways

The Subways are gonna rock ya!


Elliot Gleave is Example.


Jimmy from UB40 talks about the their upcoming gig at UEA

Anais Mitchell

Anais Mitchell is a singer songwriter form Vermont, who tells the most wondrous stories.

Cinderella - Theatre Royal

The most magical, pretty ballet EVER.

Tim Key - Norwich Playhouse

From accidently almost sleeping with someone’s grandma to attempting a threesome in India...

The Jungle Brothers - The Arts Centre

You housed us good.

DJ Andy Smith

I’m happy with pulling out the old school pieces.

Tyler Brooks - Lord of the Flies

For me it’s a great kickstart to what I want to do

Clean Bandit

Electronic Chamber Music!

Asking Alexandria

It's going to be an incredible show and a proper laugh!

Grace Savage - Beatboxer

BLIND is a one woman beatboxing theatre show that focuses on the things we hear in the world.

The Wytches

"It will definitely be loud".

The Hold Steady

"We played with Green Day in high school at a roller-rink."


"A crowd doesn’t always know what to do with our music. But we like it like that!"

Dead Prez

Future of the Left

"If everyone can understand your music, then there’s something wrong with it."

The Aggrolites

It’s going to be a great big reggae party that will run well into the morning!

Mimas / Dad Rocks!

Mimas is a Danish band, based in Aarhus. “Mimas is a furry kitten: Restless, picking fights and still lazy and patient at times. Icelandic musician Snævar Njáll Albertsson is the mastermind behind ‘Dad Rocks!’. The guitar here is mostly acoustic and is

Zola Jesus - Taiga

Won’t do much for the lonely goths of this world.


"Pure adrenaline and chaos is what we're aiming for"

Outsmarted answers

Here's all the answers to this month's Outsmarted!

Kristin Hersh - Throwing Muses

"I was born without the show-off gene that is so dang necessary in this business."

Harry Shearer

It's stick-to-your-ribs good!

The Jim Jones Revue

“Coming off stage after a show you feel like you’ve been zapped by a rock ‘n’ roll lightning bolt.”

Frank Turner

“I’m maniacal about music but I don’t really care about anything else at all.”


“There are so many really passionate music fans in Norwich”


He raps about his own real everyday life.

Tricky // Adrian Thaws

This is a good one.

Childhood - Lacuna

This album makes me feel like Supergirl.

Intensi T

Boots 'n' cats.

Cerebral Ballzy

No sleep from Brooklyn ‘til Norwich!

Virus Syndicate

Manchester bad boys womp it up.

La Roux // Trouble in Paradise

La Roux is in Trouble in Paradise

Interview with Kiran Leonard

The best new British songwriter around...and still only 18.

Sebastien Tellier // L'Aventura

Interview with Circa Waves

Circa Waves! If you’re after a young, thrusting band of young men from Liverpool, here’s your answer.

Interview with Anna Calvi

Anna Calvi was always destined to be a star. Growing up in a household of music lovers, studying music at university and becoming the passionate singer that Brian Eno has supported since she started, she’s recently released her second, critically acclaime

Sigma look forward to Jelly

“Drum n bass has been going for around 20 years now and doesn’t seem to be going anywhere soon.”

Sanguine Sea // Until the Cavalry Come

Video by Sanguine Sea

Download the NS&V Timetable

Download the Norwich Sound and Vision festival timetable!

Enter the Next Big Thing Competition!

Is your band this year's Next Big Thing?!

Music: in Focus 2K12

Enter your images into our exhibition of music photography...

Q&As // Iain Fletcher - Oliver

You certainly couldn’t accuse Iain Fletcher of being anything like his character in Oliver! and that is a compliment.

Delilah // From the Roots Up

"Delilah has a super-cool vocal, a product of London town and music industry parents and a keen ear for songwriting too..."

Project X OST // Various Artists

“The overall feel of the album does well to recreate the feel of the film; loud, hot, sweaty and violent…”

100% Norfolk // Interview with the Theatre Company

"It's a performer with 200 arms, 100 minds and surely many doubts that have been convicted by curiosity, interest, openness and trust in unknown people." - The Theatre Company responsible explain 100% Norfolk...

May at the Theatre Royal

Newly-married small-town grocer Trevor Tinsley is tempted by the charms of his neighbour, in a show which is definitely not for the kids!

Q&As // Michael Starke - Sister Act

"It has been eight years since the show finished yet I still get people calling me Sinbad now and again..." - Michael Starke on his lasting role...

The Burning Crows // Slow Up, Get Down

The Burning Crows' new video, produced by RougeIndustries

City of Ale 2014

Outline's Guide to the City of Ale...

Paradise Lost // The Waterfront - 30.04.12

"When gothic metal stalwarts Paradise Lost came calling, the black-clad masses descended on the Waterfront to see them..." - Lenore reviews the Paradise Lost gig.

NNF's Unsung Heroes

The NNF Volunteer Experience by Robin Jolley...

Our Top Five Spiegeltent Shows...

Outline's Top Five picks of the Spiegeltent shows...

Sean Paul // Tomahawk Technique

"Sean Paul is at his best when he’s summoning the unstoppable rhythms of dancehall music, causing booties across the globe to give the junk inside they trunks a heft reshuffle."

Maps & Atlases // Beware and Be Grateful

You can just as easily be thrown into a hula world of calypso-type music out of nowhere, as in 'Silver Self' or into the Mexican tinged landscape you find in 'Bugs'.

Pinkunoizu // Free Time!

This album is lo-fi, experimental, multi-layered, sparse and rich all at the same time and gets away with it in a way that not many could.

Deeder Zaman aka Rebel Uprising // Pride of the Underdog

I would summarise it in great detail as a reggae/dub album that never really gets started.

R.E.M // Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage, 1982-2011

All you have to do is look at the track listing to make your life-changing decision as to whether this constitutes pennies well spent.

Breton // Other People's Problems

It’s disjointed but brilliantly rhythmic; it’s filthy sounding but sonically beautiful...

Norwich shows - make note!

Two of record label Xtra Mile Recordings greatest exponents, Fighting Fiction and Crazy Arm both come to rock Norwich within a week of each other.

What's Your Number - The Sex Survey

Twentieth Century Fox make us wonder, when thinking about partners, what's your number?!

A Rose for Valentines

"In the words of the minister who laid my mum to rest “Rose was a saucy old girl”. - Fannie Annie lets us know her Mum...

For the Not so Blushing Bride...

A Most Curious Wedding Fair brings individuality back into your wedding plans...

Wallis Bird // Wallis Bird

Whilst Wallis Bird is clearly a talented songwriter, she needs to have a bit more focus when putting an album together.

The Twilight Sad // No-One Can Ever Know

Opening track, ‘Alphabet’, hits you smack in the face with some gorgeous, dirty synth sounds with barely a guitar in sight...

The Brownies confirmed for NAC!

The Brownies confirmed to play hometown gig at the NAC!

Hyperpotamus // Delta

There are elements of Medúlla-era Bjork on this entirely vocal work, alongside definite blues influences, which perhaps explains the choice of the title of the album...

Q&As // Carey Mulligan

"I thought they would cast someone gritty and American. So I met Steve thinking that there was no way this would come off and he kept on trying to leave!" - Carey on being cast in the role...

Burning Crows - EP Teaser #1

Burning Crows release their new EP on March 3rd...

Liveline - January 2012

Gravy PR obviously lost their giddy minds over Christmas. Perhaps someone laced the Yule Log icing sugar with Meow Meow; perchance they spiked the Egg Nog with Campari...

Q&As // Joe Phelps

Joe Phelps of the Norfolk & Norwich Operatic Society talks to us about his role in Hello Dolly!

Open Jazz Jam

The Walnut Tree Shades has upped the ante from their monthly Sunday Open Jazz Jam, to make it a weekly occasion...

Print to the People

Print to the People also takes its adventures around the area, with mobile printing workshops, so keep an eye out...

Austerity Measures

‘Austerity Measures’ is an open submission photography exhibition on the theme: What single image reflects the compromises you have had to make due to the economic downturn?

Pammy's Sweet Sixteen

I am an honourable person and would usually stick to my word but we’ve all missed the UEA and last year’s event was so good, so why not!?!

Broad Horizons

Peppered with some breck-neck bluegrass, Irish fiddle and bodhran, the night promises a truly transatlantic experience.

Join Up January

You don’t even have to go outside in the cold! Go online to tap into a huge range of services from Norfolk County Council libraries...

Theatrics in January

Packed with a cast of all ages from UEA students to some slightly more mature performers, they have all given up their time to put together a production of the hit musical...

Franklin and Bash // Series 1 Boxset

"Frowning people say “objection” a lot. Gown-clad people say “overruled” almost as frequently. Women take their clothes off. In the courtroom. Seriously..."

MOBO Announce their FREE Tour!

Mobo Tour 2012 - Get Your Free Tickets

Q&As // Kevin Sacre

"I had no intentions of being an actor. I was quite happily going off to do biochemistry at university..."

Veja Bound for Norwich

Veja, the footwear brand with one foot firmly in fashion and the other grounded deep in fair trading, is making its steps towards Norwich.

21 and the World's Your Oyster.

Celebrating their own 21-year milestone, Loch Fyne is offering 21 year olds an invitation to enjoy a free oyster...

Chuck D gives Props to Outline!

Chuck D from Public Enemy gives props exclusively to Outline Magazine!

Subminor // Sublime

Music Video from Norwich Beatboxing superstar, Subminor by Reels on Fire

Lisa Ambrose // Broken Heart

Debut music video for local singer/songwriter Lisa Ambrose's single, 'Broken Heart'.

I've Discovered My Naughty Side...

"What did surprise her was the sex she had with him as they played out the role the schoolgirl outfit was made for..." - Fannie Annie explores her kink.


"November sees Norwich host The Unlit Festival, a 3 day live celebration of the written word..."

Ukulele Heavyweights...

"Just a month after Norwich celebrated its first Ukulele Festival, amid a powerful wave of appreciation for the diminutive instrument, the heavyweight of the category are coming to town..."

Something Remarkable...

"The electrifying character has sparkled on Britain’s Got (More) Talent and has wowed the region with his special skill..."

For the Kids

"If you’ve just survived October and yet another Half Term holiday with your kids, next time, remember your local library..."

A Good Year for Beer

"Norwich breweries have been putting the area on the map recently, with announcements of awards coming from all over the industry..."

A Bit of No Strings Fun

"New Mexico’s widescreen roving folk duo A Hawk and A Hacksaw present their first live soundtrack at the NAC..."

Theatre Round-Up

"The X Factor’s Rhydian Roberts taking on the role in Grease..."

Alkaline Trio - Waterfront Date Postponed

Injury forces Alkaline Trio to reschedule Norwich date to May.

Want to support McFly?

McFly are launching a Battle Of The Bands Competition to find support acts for their Norwich gig at the UEA on Tuesday 3rd April!

Let's Hear it for Beer

Beer is good. We’re not usually ones to proffer such direct statements, but we know you won’t argue with our sentiment.

Daisy and Lola is Moving In!

The shop, named after two adorable VIPooches, has been the go-to for everyone in Norwich looking for a glammed up look with “a pin-up twist”...

Styx Still Rocking

There’s a wide selection of flash designs to inspire you and the team loves custom work; everything from dot work to old school.

Underground and All Over Ground

In true form for Norwich Arts Centre, their October calendar covers much earthly ground...

De-Stress Yourself

Kerry Radley knew how hard it was to calm her mind before she took up yoga in her 20s. Yoga was her saviour.

Black History Month

"Find out why blues, jazz and soul is so important to the history of British pop culture..." - Norfolk BHM brings a wealth of events to the region.

Q&As // All the Fun of the Fair

"I have grown my hair out and I am back in the Seventies with my side-burns on." - Rob Compton on preparing for his role...

The Only Way is (David) Essex

The month then ends with lots of Thirties glitz and razzle-dazzle as the very first stage tour of Top Hat comes to Norwich...

Roots Manuva // 4everevolution

"Regardless, I liken the phenomenon to that of eating doughnuts... impossible to eat without licking your lips." - The new Roots Manuva album has strange effects on Tommy Dog...

Hard Fi // The Waterfront - 21.09.11

"Suburban days are indeed upon us once again... and a little something for the weekend never hurt anyone, now did it!" - Steve catches Hard-Fi's return to Norwich...

Enter Shikari // UEA - 05.10.11

"In my opinion, are complete genius’ in the way they write and perform such genre-bending songs so seamlessly...." - High praise from Ellie at the Enter Shikari gig.

Liveline - Oct 11

"Get off yo’ ass and attend some of the following gigs because they will make your life better" - Gravy gives us a gig round up...

Martyn // Ghost People

"Even if you love house music, do you really want to get hyped up and frantic just before you empty the rubbish bin..." - Tommy Dog contemplates the appropriate setting for dance music.

Martin John Henry // The Other Side of Everything

"Ah dae like a sang sung en a Scortesh ucksent! Yeah, I’m the King of phonetics…"

Emily Barker and the Red Clay Halo // Almanac

"Twee flute? Check. Terrible plucked banjo? Check. Song about a witch? Yep, got that one covered too." - Something tells us BBV ain't a fan...

Justice // Audio, Video, Disco

"Their second full-length release starts with a He-man like wet dream. All heroism and might, it sets the tone for an album produced with comedy and inventiveness."

Lisa Hannigan // Passenger

"The album could easily see a second Mercury nomination for Hannigan, and will certainly see her step out from beneath Damien Rice’s shadow in full."

Feist // Metals

"Let’s just hope Diaggeo or the likes aren’t in the market for a new slice of Feist." - Emma hopes the new Feist record isn't sullied with commercialism.

Plaid // Scintilli

"Overall, Scinitilli presses a lot of my buttons, and you should let it have a poke at yours too." - See why Plaid have poked Bill's buttons...

The Ward

John Carpenter is back, and I mean actually making a horror film not just allowing his name to be jammed into the title. Will it be scary? God I hope so.

Bad Teacher

Comedy starring Cameron Diaz as the titular classroom role model. She’s hot, it’s funny, the film works for me.

Cedar Rapids

Ed Helms from the Hangover gets his own starring role in this comedy. Pretty funny stuff from Sideways’ Alexander Payne.

Life In a Day

Ridley Scott and Kevin Macdonald offer a day in the life of Earth, told using Youtube clips submitted from, well, everywhere, this creates a more-interesting-than-it-sounds documentary worth watching.

Real Steel

Rocky with robots. Surely there will be a montage, probably it will this time involve welding. Awesome!

The Three Musketeers 3D

The four (?) famous Frenchmen save France again, this time in 3d mostly facing the screen.

Hell and Back Again

Interesting and very personal look at being a soldier in and after Afghanistan, straight from the Sundance film festival.

Don't Be Afraid of the Dark

Written by Guillermo Del Toro, this film promises genuine chills as a young girl moves into an old house to find something already living within its walls.

Maverick Sabre gives all access to students in Norwich...

Norwich students prove to be One Take Wonders as Maverick Sabre calls on their collaboration...

Kids in Glass Houses // UEA - 02.10.11

"The audience, seizing their last chance of the night to go mental, do so." - Ellie checks out the Kids in Glass Houses' UEA gig

You Me at Six // Sinners Never Sleep

"Sinners Never Sleep is a solid rock album that with each song exposes a different side of the struggles and successes they have had to go through as a band" - Ellie reviews You Me at Six's latest.

The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band // Peyton on Patton

"For those down with the bass, the slide and the wail, it’s a real Blues explosion." - Lizz reviews Peyton on Patton

X-Men: First Class

"Kevin Bacon plays a Nazi version of Kevin Bacon (who knew he could speak German) and everyone learns that in order make the most of their talents they must accept what they are and use it..."

Paranormal Activity 3

"This time the date on the camera is 1988, so we also know that the camera they are using will only have enough battery for an hour’s recording..."

Emika // Emika

"She says her main inspiration is the Dr Who theme tune (can’t argue with that one)." - Lizz reviews the Emika debut LP.

Interview with The Nightingales

"This is the most work / thought / energy / muscles / skill / creativity I have ever put into drumming!" - Fliss on her new role as The Nightingales' drummer...

Interview with Ugly Duckling

"Are we playing the Arts Centre again? It was really good there last time." - MC Andy Cooper on the last time they blew the roof off the NAC...

Interview with Benjamin Francis Leftwich

"So many record labels don’t have any respect for any creative instinct that the artists might have..." - Benjamin talks about the benefits of being on an indie...

Interview with Bombay Bicycle Club - 2011

"Obviously the Puppet Theatre is the stand out gig, for where it was and because we were wearing puppets!" - Jamie from the band remembers Norwich fondly...

Burning Shed Celebrates 10 Years...

Norwich's own record shop and label, Burning Shed celebrates 10 years of moving and shaking with an exclusive gig at The Curve at the Forum

Ron Sexsmith // The Waterfront - 08.09.11

"Like a fine wine or a ripe cheese he deserves to be opened up by your good self."

Alex Turner and Miles Kane on lad's night out

A week of partying for Alex Turner and Miles Kane as they arrived at Spencer Hart's launch of its flagship store on Brook Street in vintage Mercedes-Benz.

Get Your Music Heard

On Friday 30th September 2.30pm at Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich Sound & Vision have a listening panel who are ready to give their views on YOUR music.

Taking Back Sunday // UEA - 30.08.11

"From the word go, the Long Island 5-piece own the crowd and the stage and even in this large room, make everyone feel involved."

Interview with Taking Back Sunday

"I have a tooth tattoo, ‘cause I lost a lot of my teeth. It’s a shout out to the teeth I lost on tour" - Eddie Reyes chats to Outline

Interview with East 17

You know, if someone picks their toes at the start of the tour, it’s funny, but by the end of the tour, you wanna kill ‘em! - Tony Mortimer talks to Outline about the trials of touring...

Interview with Hard Fi

"The place was packed out, it was brilliant. It was a really nice feeling to know that people still gave a shit..."

The Duke Spirit // Bruiser

It takes a strong-willed man to tell the hypnotic beauty of Liela Moss that you want a little less of anything from her, or indeed her band, The Duke Spirit...

The Drums // Portamento

Rip it off fast like a plaster. Perhaps that’s the best way of approaching that ‘difficult second album’...

Ed Sheeran // Plus

It's hard to appreciate just how far Ed Sheeran's musical wave has swept across the world; he's always been so huge here that it's too tall to peek over the parapet...

Interview with The Duke Spirit

I’m always wrestling some kind of imaginary dragon on stage as well, so I’ll definitely be wrestling something...

Interview with Emmy the Great

“It’s not you, it’s… Him.” When the real Emma-Lee Moss had to deal with the very real situation of her fiancé trading their relationship for a life with God, she found herself broken...

Charlie Simpson // Young Pilgrim

Each song brings with it hints of different genres and its own set of emotion and feeling which is really what makes this album special.

Interview with DELS

"They say it has no political background, but it has to come from somewhere…" - DELS talks to Emma about his music, and the recent UK riots.

Interview with Metronomy

Interview with The View

Interview with I Am Kloot

Interview with Smoke Fairies

Interview with Dead Poets

2011 Albums

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Interview with Polly & the Billets Doux

Interview with Talons

Interview with Kabeedies

Interview with Bearsuit

Interview with Levellers

Interview with The Wombats

Interview with Keira Knightley

Interview Tina Dico

Interview with Beardyman

Interview with Magnetic Man

Interview with Stephen Uppal

Interview with Hot Chip

Interview with Marina & the Diamonds

Interview with Lost Prophets

Interview with Chris Liberator

Interview with Giggs

Interview with Los Campesinos

2010 Albums

Art and About

Interview with Stars of Sunday League

Interview with Nathan Fake

Interview with Tall Paul

Interview with Reel Big Fish

Interview with Midlake

Interview with Henry Rollins



Interview with Tony Slattery

Interview with Terry Francis

Interview with The Joy Formidable

Interview with Goldie Lookin Chain

Sherlock Holmes Q&A

Interview with Romola Garai

Glory Glory

An Interview with Alistair McGowan

An Interview with We Were Promised Jetpacks

An Interview with Malcolm Middleton

An Interview with White Lies

Interview with Basshunter


Vanilla Kick

Alex Sheppard

Apollo 101

Adelaide's Cape

Interview with Funeral for a Friend

Interview with Billy Talent

Mumford & Sons

Bombay Bicycle Club

Little Boots

The Maccabees

La Roux

Cage the Elephant

Bat for Lashes

Ten Ten-Tackles


Axel Loughrey

2009 Albums


Pam's House

Ugly Duckling


Jack Richardson

The Lidi Berlins

James Priestley


Ocean Colour Scene

The Rascals


White Water

The Dirty Tricks

The Shortwave Set

Fat Freddy's Drop

Romeo & Juliet

The Automatic

Micah P. Hinson

The Kills

Primal Scream

Paul Heaton

Band Interviews


Black History Month



Sam Sparro


Blood Red Shoes

Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip

Franko Fraize

The Kabeedies

The Metros

The Ting Tings


Roots Manuva


The Lost Levels

Miss Pettigrew

X Files


Dave Spoon

Ed Case


What Happened to Robbie

Stephen King

Lykke Li

Jelly Festival

Death Cab for Cutie



Hair Traffic Control

Fuck Dress

Nancy the Elephant

Adele Swallow

Lot 55

The 555s

DJ Hype



Mystery Jets

Cameron Diaz

The Brownies

Plan Nine

Mondatta Funk

Chronic Redeye

Interview with Air Traffic


Interview with Digitalism

Interview with Colin Firth

Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds

Interview with Jose Gonzalez

Interview with The Sugars

Interview with The Hives

Interview with Seamus Haji

Interview with Joshua Roberts

Interview with DJ Oblivion

Interview with Lily the Pink

Interview with End of Route

Interview with Skream

One Night Only

2008 Albums

Interview with The Cribs

2007 Albums

2006 Albums

Interview with The Metros

Interview with Stone Gods

Interview with Gallows

Interview with Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly

Local Bands

Live Line

Hot Chip

Red Snapper