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ISSUE 183


SEPTEMBER 2016


Ba de ya! Say do you remember (Ba de ya!) dancing in September? (Ba de ya!) never was a cloudy day! Ba duda, ba duda, ba duda, badu.


Ah, such poetry. Rarely has an autumnal memory been so tenderly summed up as by those disco maestros Earth, Wind and Fire in their track September. However, I doubt it’ll be sunshine all the way this month so dig out those sneakers and umbrellas and work out if you can justify buying a new ‘big coat’ this year, and let’s get all up in September’s grill.


And man, there’s a motherload of amazing stuff happening in Norwich this month, from sneaking into secret Norwich places to literary, jazz and ukulele festivals. Plus so many gigs! It’s just how this fine city rolls. Oh and hey, what about Norwich Sound & Vision, right? It rolls out for the seventh time mid October, and there’s so much good stuff on this year – check out our suggestions on who not to miss on page 14. What about some live music from reggae gods Toots and the Maytals, post punk gods Te Membranes, electro god Gary Numan Stockport’s Blossoms, or extremely frustrated punk gods Bad Breeding? We’ve got interviews with them all, as well as well loved Chris T-T, indie upcomers Sundara Karma and silent comedian Tape Face. Tis month sees the return of our much missed Clothesline section, and we’ve got some lovely pics from Pride as well. Dinner-wise we’ve got you covered with a food review from North and the interminable question of what’s the best ever school dinner.


We’d like to say a big hiiiiiiiii to all the new students in town – don’t be scared, we’re mostly very friendly. If you have time in between doing all of the alcohols and not phoning your mum, and you’d like to write or take photos for us here at Outline as a volunteer, do get in touch. Because Outline volunteers are the best, and moreover, better than all the rest. Preach.


See you in Rocktober you beauts. We continue to put the ram in your rama lama ding dong.


10 GARY NUMAN


NORWICH SOUND 14 & VISION 2016


18 THE MEMBRANES


Contributors… Words>Wedaeli Chibelushi, Alex Cabre, Eleanor Knight, Bill Vine, Lawrence Malyon, Phoebe Perry, James MacDonald, Neil Marsham, Jay Freeman, Drew Smart, Stuart Preston, Zac Allan, Louisa Teobold, Jack Hattam, Laura Moseley, Steve Plunkett, Nick Hobbs, Sam Haylett, Josh Whitmore-Lyons, Lenore, Jack Ted, Pavlis, Emma Garwood, Autumn Lewis, Adrienne Elliott, Hanna Huzel-Steele, Maddie Russell, Finley Kidd, Kelly Page, Mahalia Curtis-Lundberg, David Auckland, Annie Catwoman, Nawaza, Sass Holmes, Jessikart, Felix Taylor, Troy Balmayer, Emily Burrows Pictures>Poppy Marriott, Harley Tedds, Daniel Clegg, Rus Ki, Rory James, Ana Soddy, Andi Sapey, Claire O’Hara, Charlotte Robinson, Saffron Robinson, Tayla Lungley, Teo Jones


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ALSO INSIDE


06 OUTSMARTED 08 HORRORSCOPES 22 I LOVE NORWICH 38 CLOTHESLINE 40 SUNDARA KARMA


4/ September 2016/outlineonline.co.uk


42 JAZZ WEEKENDER 44 OUT THERE 48 LIVELINE 50 AUDIOLINE 39 TAPEFACE


24 BAD BREEDING 20


CHRIS T-T


TOOTS & THE 36 MAYTALS


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