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World AIDS Day: Let’s End The Stigma!

Written by: Charlotte Bredael Today (Tuesday 1st December) is World Aid’s Day which first began in 1988. Every year, organisations and individuals come together to end the stigma against HIV/AIDS, raise awareness and remember those that we have sadly lost to the syndrome. There are approximately 38 million people living with HIV Globally but there […]

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Cardi B apologises for hosting 37 people at Thanksgiving dinner

As reported by NME, Cardi B has apologised after she received backlash for hosting over 30 people at a family Thanksgiving dinner. Original Article: https://www.nme.com/news/music/cardi-b-apologises-for-hosting-37-people-at-thanksgiving-dinner-2828655 It came after the rapper posted a series of tweets about the gathering over the weekend. She initially tweeted: “Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Enjoy your family & friends and the turkey legs,” […]

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Save Our Scene announce new protests in London and Bristol to support struggling musicians

As reported by NME, Save Our Scene protests are set to take place in London and Bristol this week, supporting musicians struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic. Original Article: https://www.nme.com/news/music/save-our-scene-announce-new-protests-in-london-and-bristol-to-support-struggling-musicians-2828380 The two-wheeled protests came to London last month, with cyclists riding through the streets of the capital to raise awareness of musicians unable to receive financial support […]

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Upcoming pop superstar Antonia Grace seeks royal approval with new EP

Having captured the attention of celebrity fans like Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan and receiving radio play across the world at just 10 years old, Antonia Grace has now released her first EP ‘London Grace’, embracing her inner popstar and showing off her outstanding range and versatility as a performer. She’s already drawn in a fanbase […]

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‘I had to sell my belongings on eBay to buy food’: The crew members the pandemic left behind

As reported by Apple Music, behind the dazzling lights, pyrotechnics and superstars at every arena show is a crew several times the size of the band. From lighting riggers to sound engineers, tour managers to caterers, these crew members – sometimes 30-strong – are the ones who put the show on the stage. Yet throughout […]

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Hope for music festivals as first ‘game changing’ rapid testing programme with 15 minute results is officially approved

The future of music festivals has been given a boost after the first rapid testing programme was officially announced. Original Article: https://www.nme.com/news/music/boost-for-music-festivals-as-first-rapid-testing-programme-is-officially-approved-2825984 Designed specifically for the events industry in conjunction with Swallow Events, the rapid 15-minute turn around test is the first to be approved by Public Health England. Oli Thomas, founder and managing director of […]

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87 And The Toys Sing About All-You-Can-Eat Sushi in New EP ‘Japanesy If You Pleasy’

Imagine if Daniel Johnson and B-52’s had a love child. Or rather, three love children.  Those kids are 87 And The Toys. Releasing their new EP Japanesy If You Pleasey the seven tracks demonstrate the band’s affinity with off-the-wall indie artists from across the years. With a distinguishable sound that has recognisable inspirations yet a final polish […]

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#SaveThe30 campaign to rescue UK venues reaches 10% of target – but much more help is needed

As reported by NME, a campaign to save 30 of the UK’s most at risk music venues from permanent closure has reached 10 per cent of its fundraising target, but organisers stress that “there is still much much more to do.” Original Article: https://www.nme.com/news/music/savethe30-campaign-to-rescue-uk-venues-reaches-10-of-target-but-much-more-help-is-needed-2823917 Earlier this month, the Music Venue Trust launched the #SaveThe30 campaign to highlight […]

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Boost for music festivals as Matt Hancock says UK could return to normal after Easter

As reported by NME, The future of music festivals in the UK next summer has received a positive boost, after the Health Secretary suggested that life will begin to return to normal after Easter. Original Article: https://www.nme.com/news/music/boost-for-musical-festivals-as-matt-hancock-says-uk-will-return-to-normal-after-easter-2822926 Matt Hancock was speaking shortly after the results of a large-scale trial of a COVID-19 vaccine which has been developed […]

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