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SIAH to release debut single

SIAH, a 4-piece indie pop outfit from Bury St Edmunds, have recently recorded their debut single, Susie Smokes, and are currently in the stages of building up to its release.

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JAZZ MATTERS: Weekly jazz round-up for the east (December 2-9)

Chris Ingham previews the best jazz gigs around the region this week (December 2-9)

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Ian Lavender to make Melford appearance

Suffolk based actor Ian Lavender, famed for his much loved role as Private Pike in BBC TV’s Dad’s Army and currently appearing in Eastenders, is to make a Guest appearance in Long Melford.

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CLAWS in for Hunter Club date

CLAWS are returning to Bury St Edmunds after a European tour which saw them play shows across Germany, Italy, Austria and the Czech Republic.

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New single from Fortunato

Having hibernated for half a year, alternative-rock band Fortunato have returned in dramatic style with the surprise release of their new gender-defying single, Angel, which lyrically questions the social norm.

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Dream return for SuperGlu

After an amazing debut EP and extremely busy summer, SuperGlu have returned with a new track.

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JAZZ MATTERS: Weekly jazz round-up for the east (November 11-18)

Chris Ingham previews the best jazz gigs around the region this week (November 11-18).

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Single’s on the way from Sam

Huckleberry Harrison is the brand new alias of indie-funk musician Sam Harrison, from Bury St Edmunds, whose combination of quirky lyricisms with laid-back indie beats and elastic melodies creates a unique sonic palette.

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MUSIC: War Waves’ latest release a long time in the making

War Waves released their second album, All That We Lack, on October 7 – and it is definitely worth a listen.

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Sign up now for BurySOUND

The annual BurySOUND music competition has become a staple event in the local music calendar, giving fresh talent from in and around Suffolk the chance for exposure within their local music scene.

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Fundraisers hanging up their dancing shoes

Organisers are hoping for one last hurrah at an annual dance in Sudbury which is to end after raising more than £20,000 for charity.

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Washing Machine anniversary gig

October 15 marks the five-year anniversary of Bury St Edmunds’ biggest live music club night, and what better way to celebrate than by doing what they do best, and putting on a gig?

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FEATURE: From school plays to rock bands to opera – Mark knows the score

Music lovers passing a village church this week might have heard an entrancing sound echoing across the fields.

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Enter Sudbury’s annual arts festival

Preparations are underway for the 2017 Sudbury Festival of Performing Arts and the syllabus is now available for the 95th edition of the event.

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Listening to loud music on personal devices could be leading to an epidemic of deafness among young people, a study shows.

Headphones causing hidden hearing loss ‘epidemic’

Listening to loud music on personal devices could be leading to an epidemic of deafness among young people, a study shows.

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JAZZ MATTERS: Weekly jazz round-up for the east (September 23-30)

Chris Ingham previews the best jazz gigs around the region this week (September 23-30)

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Elton John to play Ipswich Town Stadium

Superstar Elton John will play a concert at Ipswich Town’s Portman Road Stadium next summer.

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JAZZ MATTERS: Weekly jazz round-up for the east (September 16-23)

Chris Ingham previews the best jazz gigs around the region this week (September 16-23)

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REVEALED- Top 50 worst albums EVER

Mr Blobby has beaten Justin Bieber to the unwanted title of ‘worst album of all time’.

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