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Junction11 Awards 2014

Junction11 Awards 2014

We had a great time at the awards last night, and it is my pleasure to reveal this year’s winners. As I said before I presented the Best Entertainment Show awards, the standard this year has been incredibly high, across all the entries and categories, so well done to everyone who submitted an entry! Without further ado, here are the winners from this year’s Junction11 […]

David Symonds

June 10th, 2014

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Summer Ball Act Announcement – Thursday 1st May!

Summer Ball Act Announcement – Thursday 1st May!

Do you want to know the next act performing at this years Summer Ball? Of course you do! Tune in to Junction11 from 11:30 on Thursday 1st May, as Katie Barfoot, Jake Willis and Emily Ball reveal who the next act set to perform at this years much anticipated Summer Ball will be! Sigma were confirmed as the first act a few weeks ago, but […]

Matthew Hall

April 29th, 2014

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Interview: Morain

Interview: Morain

Having toured with bands such as ‘Canterbury’ I was excited to be given the opportunity to interview Morain and was thrilled to bring my American friend Hayden Pffeifer along for the ride. Morain are a 4 piece band from Wakefield consisting of 4 friends from College (Wil, Sam, Jim and Max) We caught up with Childhood friends Wil (singer and guitarist) and Sam (Bass player) […]

Louise McGovern

March 4th, 2014

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Review: A Day To Remember at Alexandra Palace

Review: A Day To Remember at Alexandra Palace

One thing is for certain, A Day to Remember don’t do things half-arsed. Their gigs are always rammed with ultra-contagious energetic charisma, and for their biggest ever headline show to date, at which they filmed the tour DVD, they most definitely pulled out all the stops. Held in the magnificent Alexandra Palace (The People’s Palace), a stunning five star venue perched atop a hill overlooking […]

Chris Beristoff

February 14th, 2014

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Interview: John Robins

Interview: John Robins

Chris Roberts interviews comedian John Robins ahead of his appearance in Reading. They discuss motorway junctions, Reading festival and living with Jon Richardson.

Chris Roberts

February 4th, 2014

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Interview: The Fratellis

Interview: The Fratellis

Jon Fratelli calls in, chats about the new album and plays a round of snog, marry, avoid.

James McCormick

January 30th, 2014

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Review: London Grammar – Hey Now

Review: London Grammar – Hey Now

The idea that it was only thirteen months ago that London Grammar launched their incredible career is almost unthinkable. Starting by posting a single track on YouTube, their name spread like wildfire until now they are nominated for Best Breakthrough Act at this year’s Brit awards. Consistently charting, and collaborating with other growing artists such as Disclosure, their success and talent was evident last year […]

Annie Leith

January 21st, 2014

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RG2 Project Ticket Giveaway – Reading v Blackpool: Tuesday 28th January

RG2 Project Ticket Giveaway – Reading v Blackpool: Tuesday 28th January

RUSU have teamed up with Reading Football Club to offer tickets for Reading v Blackpool on Tuesday 28th January for only £8.00 (Early Bird Price, going up to £10.00 after Sunday 26th January) (Match Day Tickets cost normally £30.00).  Free shuttle buses will be taking students to the ground from 5.30pm on the night from Chancellors Way on Whiteknights Campus for a party before the […]

Matthew Hall

January 21st, 2014

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Review: Newton Faulkner – Indecisive

Review: Newton Faulkner – Indecisive

Newton Faulkner has slipped somewhat under the surface in recent years. You’d think an artist who reached double platinum figures, and is well known for being incredibly creative and original, would be churning out the hits on a regular basis. However, since reaching number one in the UK album charts in 2007, and his second album being received with equal enthusiasm, the Surrey-born artist disappeared […]

Annie Leith

January 14th, 2014

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Review: Shad – Y’all Know Me feat. Ebrahim

Review: Shad – Y’all Know Me feat. Ebrahim

Although it’s not one of his leading singles, Y’all Know Me poses to be one of Shad’s best songs from his fourth album lyrically and structurally. Sure, the lyrics revolve across the theme of hustling and working hard, nothing unusual in rap. However, Shad’s unique wording (“I’m Hakeem’s team focused with my dream in the center”- a reference to the Houston Rockets of 1993- 1995) […]

Christopher Lin

December 10th, 2013

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