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ISSUE 186


DECEMBER 2016


Sigh. 2016. It’s been a RUBBISH year, hasn’t it. Loads of super-excellent people have died, there’ve been lots of crappy political decisions made and violence and destitution still continue to wreck lives.


STILL. It’s not all been bad. Beautiful babies have been born. People have fallen head over heels in love with Te One. Songs have been released that will be your forever favourites. We still have trees. We still have the stars.


And natch, we’ve still got your back, Norwich, as Flavor Flav once told us at the LCR. And this month’s offering? It’s f*cking lit, just like Tomas Edison once said. Probably.


Not only have we got all our regular radness, we’ve tucked some extra special festive treats into your stocking including a Christmas themed Outsmarted, a look at Star Wars: Rogue One, a rundown of all the most tinselly events in Norwich and a look at what you want, what you really really want for Christmas. We spoke to Gruff Rhys from out of Wales, Martha Reeves from out of Motown and Te Orb from out of Te Future. We also chatted to Karen from Norwich’s KlangHaus and London’s Skinny Girl Diet. Check out interviews with Te Coral and Seth Lakeman over on our website too. And that’s our gift to you.


We’d like to thank our wonderful volunteer writers, who, armed with nothing more than a pen, paper and their twisted little minds have managed to write more than 700 live music/film/art/album/theatre/comedy reviews this year. We’d like to thank our brilliant photographers who have taken their cameras along to endless gigs and taken some hilarious and beautiful pictures of you lot for Caught Out. Check out our Best Of 2016 review to see what we most rated. We love those guys to the max.


Most of all though, we’d like to thank our readers for continuing to enjoy us and read us, whether online or in these here pages. Outline is now 15 years old, and we continue, as Mr Pete Tong says.


Have yourself a great Christmas, and a happy and healthy 2017. Don’t forget to think about others less fortunate than yourself - love costs nothing.


Peace, Norwich. 12


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Contributors… Words> Felix Taylor, Simon Holmes, Drew Smart, Huw Churchman, Jay Freeman, Neil Marsham, Troy Balmayer, Wedaeli Chibelushi, Alice Mortimer, Emma Noyeaux, Maddie Russell, Alex Cabre, David Auckland, Richard Shashamane, Stuart Preston, Pavlis, Kelly Page, Lenore, Sam Haylett, Phoebe Perry, Lawrence Malyon, Adrienne Elliott, Jon Seymour, Jonno Woods, James MacDonald, Barley, Steve Plunkett, Emily Burrows, Nick Hobbs, Deborah Cleland-Harris, Callum Gray, Verity Seward, Jack Hattam, Lauren Knight.


Pictures> Rus Ki, Jo Rice, Daniel Clegg, Kitsune, Claire O’Hara, Rory James, Tayla Lungley, Charlotte Robinson, Lauren Watson, Charlotte Robinson. Lee Harper, Teo Jones, Harley Tedds, Andi Sapey, Ana Soddy, Saffron Robinson, Lauren Watson.


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ALSO INSIDE


06 OUTSMARTED 08 HORRORSCOPES 10 SAY WHAAAT? 18 BEST OF 2016 22 CINEMA


4/ December 2016/outlineonline.co.uk


24 CAUGHT OUT 26 BIG EAT OUT 30 OUT THERE 32 CLOTHESLINE


SUPER FURRY ANIMALS


MARTHA REEVES SKINNY GIRL DIET


28 THE ORB 20


KLANGHAUS


36 TALL BLACK GUY AUDIOLINE


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