After a number of high-profile incidents involving musicians and the student body, we explore why students are perceived so negatively.
Author David Martin
The iconic venue is now in the running to win the prestigious national title
David Martin reviews Phoenix’s fifth album, Bankrupt!: a fine piece of classic, bright indie pop, and essentially a natural progression of their work.
Vote for Surge’s Spotify playlist for the opportunity to get a performance from The Macabees and Alexis Taylor in Southampton, courtesy of Jose Cuervo Tequila.
Will.i.am has ripped off music from trance act Arty and Mat Zo in his latest track to be released online, ‘Let’s Go’
After the bombastic energy of previous singles ‘Inhaler’ and ‘My Number’,’ Late Night’ – the third single to come from Holy Fire – is a significantly more subdued and melancholic affair.
Latitude release details of the 2013 line up featuring Bloc Party, Foals, Alt-J and Kraftwerk.
As part of what has become an annual tradition, Surge Radio will be broadcasting continuously throughout Thursday 14th and Friday 15th in aid of Comic Relief.
After going through a series of name changes, the band finally settled on the year…
Delphic’s sophomore album, is a bizarre, incoherent mix of tracks which lose the vibrancy that made the dance-pop three-piece stand out in the first place.
Past events and the artist’s attitude may leave the first Cube night of the year in jeopardy.
On another cold Friday evening, the opportunity to see four excellent local acts at The…
It’s been an interesting year for the student four-piece, mainly because a year pretty much…