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Issue 164 Issue 164 Hello beautiful humans of Norwich.


Te most exciting news to impart this month, natch, is that Radio One’s Big Weekend is gonna be live and direct from Earlham Park in May, yo. We’re not surprised, as we all already know Norwich is a place of unearthly promise and wonder, but how great is it that for once the national spotlight will be on us! Not only will there be two days of FREE live music from both local and massive international acts but also the opportunity to learn about the music industry from incredibly famous and clever people. We’ll be all over this for the next few months, so make sure you befriend us on Facebook and the Twits to keep up to date. We’ve already gone and done an interview with Context, Norwich MC and friend of Little Mike Skinner, the second act to be confirmed for the Weekend. Oh! And while we’re talking festivals, turn back the covers and crawl inside this month’s issue to win a pair of tickets to this year’s Reading/Leeds Festival! We can’t get enough of making you smile, Norwich.


Valentine’s Day strikes again this month; Riot Grrrl band Huggy Bear spoke for many when they screamed their furious track February 14 back in ’93, and sure, it can be a vacuous day filled with rage and disappointment. But also it’s a chance to tell that saucy dreamboat you can’t drag yourself away from exactly how wobbly they make your insides go. We went and asked you sexy muthas who your secret crushes are. Boy, were there some interesting answers; I just hope Alex’s A level Maths teacher reads this issue.


We enjoyed a cuddle and some pillow talk with earth angels Harry from Peace, Rae Morris, Enter Shikari, Ibibio Sound Machine, Josie Long and DJ Food this month; in between kissing with tongues we discovered what they’ve all been up to recently. It’s not all about romance this month though; we’ve got an exclusive drinking game to keep you awake during the Oscars this month and a delish recipe for something a little out of the ordinary for Pancake Day on Feb 17th as well as all our splendid regular features. Tat’s got to be a love T.K.O right there.


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February 2015


February 2015


This month


Interviews


Rae Morris Josie Long Enter Shikari DJ Food Ibibio Sound Machine


Context Features Norwich’s secret crushes Win tickets to Reading Festival! Te Oscars Drinking Game


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06 JOSIE LONG 14 PEACE


Contributors to the cause include… Photography: Jo Rice, Kitsune, Ana Soddy, Troy Grant, Claire O’Hara, Charlie Beerling, Rus Ki, Autumn Lewis Cinema:Smiley, Jay Freeman. Words:Lauren Lenore, David Auckland, Hanna Huzel-Steele, Stuart Preston, Pavlis, Sam Haylett, Maiya Sabapathy, Wedaeli Chibelushi, Kelly Page. Horrorscopes:Dr E Mann. Liveline:Gravy. Te Big Eat:Morgan Pickard. Te Big Eat Out:Emma R Garwood.


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08 OUTSMARTED 10 HORRORSCOPES 24 WIN READING/ LEEDS TICKETS!


26 SAY WHAAAT? 28 OSCARS


4 / February 2015/outlineonline.co.uk DRINKING GAME


30 CINEMA 32 CAUGHT OUT 34 THE BIG EAT OUT 36 THE BIG EAT 44 OUT THERE 48 LIVELINE 50 AUDIOLINE


16 RAE MORRIS 20 IBIBIO SOUND SYSTEM


42 ENTER SHIKARI 38 DJ FOOD


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