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It’s March – Spring is pathetically attempting to arrive, and admittedly, there’s not much else going off this month. However, as always, we’ve packed a punch into our pages to pull you out of your miserable slumber and inject some much needed thrill into your life. This month we’re focusing on student paradise, Ecclesall Road and Collegiate campus. Dust off your eye-patch, pop a parrot on your shoulder and leap into our Eccy treasure map to dig out all the best places in the area, from bars to restaurants to shops. What would The Student Magazine be without a good dose of celebrity gossip? Flip the pages to discover our chat with Britain’s Got Talent rascals, Loveable Rogues, plus a few minutes with cheeky boys, The Wanted, and a quickie with local, fresh talent, Sour Cherry. For an extra bit of pizazz in your day we’ve also piled in a ton of your favourites, from film reviews to Studentstrology, from Fashion to Bites, it’s all here. And, of course, flip over for the unique Chinese version! f‘The Student Magazine’ Add me! ‘Stu Thestudentmag’ u@thestudentmag

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A review on the Italian restaurant, Piccolo’s

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Piccolo’s 3 Convent Walk, Sheffield, S3 7RX 0114 249 5040 www.piccolositalian.co.uk Picture it. The mandolin music is trilling through the air, the wax is dripping down the candlestick and the scent of freshly baked dough is carrying through the room. Doesn’t it sound heavenly? The beginning of a perfect night, one where you can sit back, relax and enjoy some of the finest Italian cuisine in Sheffield. That’s the sort of night you’ll have at Piccolos. Located in the heart of Sheffield’s student district at Convent Walk, just a stone’s throw away from West Street, Piccolos is very much the traditional Italian eatery. Established way back in the distant mists of 1998, it has since gone on to become a stalwart of the Steel City, basing its success on the passion its expertly trained staff has for the

art of Italian cookery. A two floor establishment, Piccolos is classically Italian in décor, bringing to mind the classic back alley bistros that sit along the canals of Venice. Whether it’s pizza, spaghetti, ravioli or lasagne you like best, Piccolos use the freshest ingredients and the finest recipes to bring you heaven on a plate. We recently had the chance to check out the cuisine at Piccolos for ourselves, and we have to say we were extremely impressed. Once we were seated we started with a glass of delectable champagne, quickly followed up with homemade garlic bread. We have to say, the dough was delicious, and there was the perfect mix of ingredients and flavours, which acted together, rather than overpowering each other. It was quite honestly, the best we’ve ever had! This was accompanied by Buffalo Mozzarella Sticks on a bed of Spinach Leaves and Seasoned Tomatoes, which set off the rest

of the starter fantastically. This was followed up by an exciting main - Fillet Steak, cooked medium rare in a red win jus, accompanied with potatoes and vegetables. It was hearty and delicious, perfect for a main course. However it was the dessert that truly took our breath away – getting our mouths watering, Sambuca Pancakes. Wrapped around a scrumptious ice cream centre and doused in flaming Sambuca, it was magnificent, a true sight to behold. It actually took our breath away and was reason enough alone to make Piccolos a regular on our menu! So with that let’s wrap up. If you want a restaurant dripping with atmosphere and ram packed with delicious Italian treats, then Piccolos is an absolute must. The service is perfect, the food is heavenly and the prices are a steal. What more could you possibly want?

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UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD The Summer Experience Fair The Summer Experience Fair is unusual, taking place up until March 22nd and giving students the unique opportunity to gain information about a vast array of different options for this summer, all from the comfort of their own home. The online service offers a full host of internships for those trying to gain relevant work experience which will benefit their future career, and also part-time work opportunities including work abroad and at music festivals. The application top tips and the chance to pose questions to employers make this a must for anyone looking to gain valuable skills and experience.

24 Hours of Comedy Weekend

At the Raynor Lounge. Comic Relief, Sheffield RAG and Comedy Revue have joined forces in order to bring you a 24 hour comedy weekend at the Raynor Lounge, starting Friday March 8th. Comedy acts from Sheffield and elsewhere in the UK will be performing back to back, raising money for this year’s Comic Relief fund. You can buy individual day tickets for the event or a ticket for the whole weekend, which at only £5.50 is an absolute bargain even if you can’t stick around for every performance. Come to the Raynor Lounge to have a laugh, all in the name of charity.

The Tuesday Club: Redlight and Jacques Green Tuesday Club have a very strong line-up set for March and the amazing British dance act, favoured by Annie Mac, Redlight, will be there on March 12th,along with Canadian garage-house artist, Jacques Green and many more. A fresh variety of sounds will be present and tickets are reasonable for the quality at only £8.25 when booked in advance. Experience The Tuesday Club at its temporary home at the Leadmill before it moves back to its permanent home at Sheffield Student Union in the new academic year.

Inspiration & Co Talks Up until March 13th you can go and listen to some of the University of Sheffield’s most respected and inspirational lecturers give talks on their specialist area of expertise. Talks throughout March will be with speakers from the Politics, Journalism and Germanic Studies department and give students the chance to gain knowledge in disciplines they are interested in but don’t necessarily study at degree level. All of the talks are free!

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There’s no need to stray away from University this Month - with so much going on you’d be a fool to leave the comfort of the union...

HALLAM UNIVERSITY Varsity 2013 With a win at the Winter Varsity, Sheffield Hallam are in good stead for a victory in the whole of this year’s competition which really kicks off in March, finishing on the 13th. A win last year for Hallam means that the stakes are high, and competitors will want to impress this year. You can show your support for your University by downloading the Facebook banner for your timeline and also by buying an official Varsity 2013 t-shirt from The Hubs. The battle for support is already happening with a Twitter mentions competition, with the University of Sheffield slightly ahead at the moment, but that can all change!

Juice Made in Hallam An exciting take on ITV’s Celebrity Juice will take place on March 3rd, in the form of a themed night hosted at Walkabout exclusively for Hallam students and to raise money for Cancer Research UK. There will be two panels and one host, and all students are welcome to come along and be the audience. With tickets priced at £3.50 and a variety of drinks deals on offer, it is bound to be a fun packed evening. The event starts at 7.30pm and is a refreshing change from the standard night out. Sheffield’s very own Sour Cherry will be in attendance too!

SHU Fest 2013 This year’s SHU Fest will be taking place between March 4th – 10th and is a unique showcase of the best diversity and talent that Hallam students have to offer. The week-long festival will feature all sorts of events, from dance to cookery and poetry to comedy. There will also be interactive workshops which will allow students to get involved in various different activities that they may have no prior experience of. The festival is a chance to show off all the creativity present at Hallam University, and help to encourage others to be a part of all the great activities that are going on.

Sheffield Circus Gathering at the Hubs On March 9th at the Hubs, a whole day is going to be dedicated to fun circus antics. Workshops will be taking place throughout the day to teach circus skills, with a cabaret performance in the evening to show off the new skills students have learnt. If getting involved in the actual activity isn’t your thing then there’s the Masquerade Ball after-party, with free cake and plenty of interesting masks and outfits to behold. Tickets are £8 in advance and everyone is welcome; discount is available for society members but you don’t have to be experienced to get involved!

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THE WANTED Every month Adam O’Neill brings us all the celeb gossip from 105 Capital FM HQ. He’s on Capital across Yorkshire every afternoon between 4-7pm!

With addictive hits like ‘Glad You Came’ and ‘All Time Low’, forever twinkling out of the radio, boyband The Wanted is becoming big news on the music scene, pumping out chart smashers. Capital FM’s Adam O’Neill grabbed a few minutes with the Nathan, Jay, Siva, Tom and Max from The Wanted for a chat about their new reality TV show and what they’ve got planned for the future.

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We hear you’ve landed yourself a new show on the E! Network. Can you tell us a bit about it? Jay: Yes we have! It’s one of those reality style ones, not quite the Kardashians, but they’re going to follow us around while we’re doing different stuff in America and other places we’re not allowed to announce yet! We’re all quite excited and nervous! Have you started filming yet? And when will people be able to watch it? Nathan: No, we haven’t started filming just yet. I think we start in June, which means it’ll be on TV in the UK around autumn.

Sounds great! So what will be your next single? Siva: We’re actually going to be releasing All Time Low in the States to go with the start of the show, because that has never been a single there. Do you remember it? Yes of course we do! Tom: We don’t! We watched the video for it last night and we were like, ‘Oh my God! I look about 10’!

So you must’ve been travelling a lot between America and the UK to promote yourselves? Tom: Yes, we have been rushing back and forth between the two. It’s been really busy, Last year we racked up 400,000 air miles! That must be enough to get something good, right?! Yep that could get you a proper good holiday!

Do you think being a pop star has aged you somewhat then? Jay: Yep, I think if you compare us when we first released stuff and now, we have withered a lot. Or we’ve just hit puberty! Maybe we’re just able to grow facial hair now! Max: I think two years ago I just looked 24, now I am 24, what does that mean?! I think the last time we saw you was in Sheffield at the Meadowhall Light Switch On, where you closed the show.

What’s been your most recent highlight? Tom: We’ve really enjoyed writing and recording the new album. We had a really productive time and are looking forward to getting the demos back and tweaking them around. We don’t want to rush the process though!

Have you got any more plans for live appearances in the UK coming up? (All): Yes! Max: Around November we’ll be touring with the new album which conveniently comes out just before, so we’ll be coming up to Sheffield for that!

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Fancy a tasty bite to eat or a cheeky tipple or two? A browse around some funky little shops? A quick nip out for some student essentials? Then Ecclesall Road is where you need to be. Situated slap bang in the middle of student haven, the area is flanked by Hallam Uni’s Collegiate campus to the bottom and the University of Sheffield’s Endcliffe Student Village to the top. To celebrate the best of Eccy Beach we’ve put together a pretty amazing guide to Ecclesall Road and associated areas. It’s even got a treasure map, so hop out onto the streets and dig up some buried Ecclesall Treasure.

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The History The famous thoroughfare is in

actual fact an integral part of Sheffield’s history, and was originally constructed in the early 19th Century, as a turnpike road by the Sheffield and Chapel en le Frith Trust. It was a classic toll road, with the first toll payable at Hunters Bar. The toll was abolished in 1884, and subsequently, the early 20th Century saw it play host to some of the city’s tramway lines. These closed in March 1954, despite an 11,000 strong petition in protest. Today it is the centre of student culture with many shops, bars and cafes catering to the young, sophisticated crowd.

AEcclesall Student Paradise Road is now a haven

pit, which housed two bears until 1870 when a child was killed after falling into the pit, although which is now home too much less dangerous steel bear sculpture.

Eccy Road Treasure There’s something for every-

one and every need packed into Ecclesall Road. Whether you fancy sampling a bit of traditional Asian cooking at Kashmiri Kitchen, or ordering a cheese-oozing pizza from Hungry Hound; dabbling in literature at Porter Bookshop or immersing yourself in Moroccan culture at Otto’s, it’s all here. Take a peek at our treasure map to hunt out all our favourite places – as you know, X marks the spot so you might just find the gold!

of student culture, and this is largely due to the presence of the Collegiate College campus, a part of Sheffield Hallam University. The campus means that the road is at the heart of student life, revitalising the road and leading to an influx of student orientated business. The houses surrounding the road are mostly student properties – fancy a house party, anyone?

Botanical Gardens With an entrance near Tesco’s,

the Botanical Gardens are a Sheffield oasis, just a stone’s throw away from the heady commercialism of Ecclesall Road. It’s a paradise of exotic plants and elegant floral arrangements that are the perfect balm after a day’s shopping. There’s even a bear

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The Porter Bookshop 227 Sharrowvale Road, Sheffield, S11 8ZE 0114 266 7762 With final exams looming on the horizon, it’s time to finally buy those textbooks you ‘accidentally’ forgot to at the beginning of the year. If you’re looking for quality and variety, then the place to be is The Porter Bookshop. Situated at 227 Sharrowvale Road, The Porter Bookshop is known for its fantastically diverse range of academic text books. Their range includes humanity, art, poetry, philosophy, film studies, history, literature, business management, foreign languages and science

textbooks, amongst many more. Owner and Philosophy graduate, Brian Tee, has turned the shop into a vibrant student oasis over a seven year period. Inspired by the first book he ever read, HG Wells’ War of the Worlds’, he went on to be enamoured by the world of Philosophy when he read ‘Meditations on First Philosophy’ by renowned thinker Rene Descartes, returning to this book to see how sexy and seductive ideas can be… Both led him not only to open his own shop, but start a summer Philosophy reading group. A visit to The Porter Bookshop for your textbooks offers variety and personal service from a man dedicated

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Living so far away from the coast, we don’t often get to taste the delicious sea food dishes that are unique in their taste and texture. Unless we want to fly abroad that is, and we usually don’t have the cash for that. The one exception to this has always been The Mediterranean Restaurant.

lands, it has an elegance and class that makes it the perfect place to relax after a hard day of lectures. A particular highlight is the selection of tapas, and when we had the chance to sample these delicacies, we jumped at the chance! We tried such tapas dishes as grilled salmon, salmon fish cakes, king prawns, Spanish rice, potatoes, Spanish fish stew, squid and monk fish. The salmon was grilled to perfection, and something stunning which

everyone should try is the delicious crab salad and unique crab ice cream. To finish, we savoured a British classic of strawberries and cream, and tasted their amazing beetroot ice cream! The food was spectacular, with generous portion sizes and all tasting absolutely delicious. To top it all off, the service was first class. We also really enjoyed their signature dish, the Spanish soup, filled with prawns, fish and clams. It was the perfect sea food dish, light and tongue tingling.

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7-9 Hickmott Road, Sheffield, S11 8QF 0114 327 2321 There’s much more to the Italian cuisine than a limp piece of pasta or tasteless slice of pizza. Sheffield needed something unique, and its prayers were answered with the arrival of Nonnas. It’s a little known fact among us Brits that ‘Nonna’ is the Italian term for ‘grandma’, and the warm, reassuring presence of a grandmamma is what Nonnas is all about, passionate about its heritage and a firm fixture on the Ecclesall Road boulevard. The restaurant is a rustica haven of scrumptious cuisine, but it’s the new Nonna’s Pizza that’s caught our eye, situated

literally round the corner of Nonna’s restaurant, next door on Hickmott Road. A taste of Italia packed with authentic flavours and traditional skills, the highlight has to be the Pizza Al Taglio (pizza by the slice), which allows you to sample many different tastes and textures for prices that won’t leave you sobbing into your Margarita. Even better? If you go on Wednesday, pizza is half price! Other irresistible takeaway treats offered include mouth-watering lasagne and ooey, gooey,

delicious dolcini desserts. After your nibbles you can migrate into their special Drinks Den to sup upon Italian crate beers trust us, it’s the perfect thing to quench that after dinner thirst. A visit to Nonnas also gives you the chance to view the photos and browse the merchandise of Nonnas’ own La Squadra. Curious? It’s the 100 strong cycling club sponsored by the restaurant, who get to go to the most historic, most fabulous parts of the Italian peninsula and participate in national races. The photos they bring back alone are well worth a look if you want a glimpse of the real Italy, behind all the stereotypes. To find out more visit http://www.nonnas.co.uk/pizza

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Otto’s 334 Sharrowvale Road, Sheffield, S11 8PZ 0114 2 66 9147 www.ottosrestuarant.co.uk With the diversity of the Steel City culinary scene growing by the year, these days we live in a city where anything and everything is available, just waiting for us to sample. One of these is Moroccan, a taste of the exotic at Otto’s Restaurant. A licensed restaurant, serving unique Moroccan beer and wine a particularly big hit, Otto’s is the perfect place to sample the traditional culture. The authentically Moroccan establishment is run by, surprisingly enough, Otto, along with his wife Theresa, whom he met in France in 1988. Treat yourself to a special event night, featuring Moroccan delights such as belly dancing entertaining you whilst you eat, immersing diners in the culture. Along with this

they have a pianist booked to play every Friday and Saturday, ready and waiting to serenade you with a tinkle of the ivories. Traditional Moroccan tunes trickle through the speakers to give you a little something extra whilst you enjoy your meal. We sampled a taste of northern Africa with a dabble in their menu, trying the Chicken Cous Cous, plentiful and hearty. The dish is full of sauce and delicious with a variety of different tastes. Laden with vegetables, chick peas and a whole load of chicken, it hits the spot; the sauce is cooked with the chicken, giving the whole dish an extra burst of flavour. We felt bad leaving some but as always, our eyes were bigger than our stomach! Food can be made spicy to taste, but generally the dishes are mild with a hint of mystically Moroccan spice. The delicious desserts are homemade and a perfect end to a fabulous meal. The restaurant has some fantastic offers and special events always available, and as all the food is

made on the premises, the chefs can provide plenty of choices for all dietary requirements, including gluten free, Halal, dairy free, vegetarian, vegan and nut free. For a true taste of the exotic, Otto’s is the place for you. Immerse yourself in tradition Moroccan cuisine and atmosphere and take a step away from Yorkshire into magical northern Africa.


The Grapes 80 Trippet Lane, Sheffield, S1 4EL 0114 249 0909 Over the last few years, Sheffield has become a hub of culture, where stars are born and music trends are set. Our pubs and bars are at the heart of this phenomenon, centres of modern culture. That’s what makes The Grapes such a fascinating place to visit. The Grapes is a classic style British pub on Trippet Lane, in the heart of our famous student district. It’s particularly well known as the place where indie legends, The Arctic

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Monkeys, got their start. This innocent looking pub was the cradle of the Sheffield indie scene, and it’s continued to be as The Killers, one of the biggest indie bands in the world, chose the pub as the setting of a photo shoot. So what is it that makes this pub so appealing to creative types? It’s one of those classic pubs which brings back the drinking traditions of yesteryear. It has a fantastic selection of top beers and lagers, and is the perfect place to while away the hours, soaking in the atmosphere and culture that Sheffield has to offer. That’s why it’s a must on your next bar crawl. It’s the place with music and culture

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LOV E A BL E R OGUES INTERVIEW Eddie Brett, Sonny Jay and Té Eugene Qhairo – the three cheeky chappies that form Loveable Rogues. Having risen to fame through appearing in the last series of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent, the boys have been busy, recording their first single and album and supporting Olly Murs on tour. We grabbed a few moments with Eddie, the morning after their first tour show, for all the gossip from the show, how the band have got to where they are now and what they’ve got planned for the future. Loveable Rogues are set to be big – remember you heard it here first!

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Hi, how are you? I’m alright, I’m a little bit, I don’t know. I wouldn’t say I’m drunk, but you know when you’re a little bit, like, you’re still feeling the night before a little bit? Did you go out last night? It’s the first night of tour, so it was all high spirited and my family were there, so thought I’d have a couple of drinks in the bar, but what turned into a couple of drinks soon turned into a whole night and I had to be up so early today! Yeah it’s all cool, it’s just life on the road… How many tour dates have you got lined up? It’s 28 dates! You shot to fame on Britain’s Got Talent – how long had you been together before the show and why did you enter? We’d known each other for about four years and then we kind of started the band after like a year of knowing each other, so about three years ago. Yeah, we just started playing around with some songs and it kind of just clicked and it felt good, so we kept doing it. What made you choose Britain’s Got Talent over other, more music focused shows, like X Factor? It was the management to be honest, we didn’t really think of doing any kind of show, we didn’t really think it would be our kind of thing or it would be for us. But then management kind of said it would be a good ‘in’, kind of thing, and sometimes you just have to listen to people’s opinions and thoughts on certain things, and we all knew what we wanted from our careers and stuff, and whatever’s going to help you get there you’ve got to kind of listen to, and then we decided after much deliberation that it would be right for us. You came fourth in the show –

were you disappointed not to win? No; do you know like, if it was something else, like I’m quite a competitive person and I probably would be a bit pissed off if I didn’t win, but because the other acts were like, not novelty acts, but they were – yeah I’m going to say they were novelty acts – you don’t really take it personally, you just know that you weren’t flavour of the week that week. It’s not like if you were in a football match that they’re a better team than you, it’s not like that, it’s just they’re just different to you so it’s really cool, and I think that’s one of the positive things about on that show specifically. What happened after the show, you’ve been signed by Simon Cowell’s label? We got signed, we’d like done loads of gigs in the summer to get a bit of cash together, and then we’ve been working in the studio writing an album, then Mr Ollie Murs gave us the call and was like, ‘Would you like to come and tour with us?’. We thought about it and were like, yeah whatever, and then just like, definitely. And now the single’s coming out and we’ve done all the music videos for it and everything - happy days at the moment! So was it the first date of the tour last night? Yeah it was indeed, it was in Newcastle at the Metro Arena. Did it go well? It went really well, yeah, we’ve got ‘innies’ now which are like little headphone things that are moulded to your ears, but it’s like we’re properly artists now! Is it scary to go on a stage like that? It’s actually nicer to go on bigger stages than smaller ones, like we’ve only ever known gigs in shit places, like clubs and pubs and anything we can get on, and

you can see everyone’s faces, you can see that there’s no one there and stuff like that but when you’re in an Olly Murs arena gig, everyone’s there to have a great time, the seats are filled up, the sound’s fantastic and you don’t have to worry about anything, so it’s not scary at all, it’s the best feeling, it’s just like pure buzz, what a buzz! So your first single, ‘What A Night’, is out on April 21st – what can we expect from this? What sort of sound have you gone for? We all come from different backgrounds and stuff so we all like different sounds of music and we’ve kind of found a middle ground, in our sound at the moment, which works really cool for us. Are you putting together your album now? When is it due for release? Yeah, yeah, like, I think we might be there, you know? We’ve kind of, we’ve spoken to our A&R guy and just said when we’ve finished the tour, we’ll go and have a serious chat about what we want like, to work on more, what we need changing, things like that, but the main bulk and body of it, it’s all there. What have you got planned for the future? Well, you’ve put me on the spot now, there’s loads of stuff cracking on in the background! I might take up knitting or something, learn how to do a few hats, might go to a cinema, erm… but no, the future’s looking good, the future’s orange!

For more information, check out www.loveableroguesmusic.com for upcoming Olly Murs tour dates and the Loveable Rogues gossip and show dates. www.thestudentmag.co.uk

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F A SB OHY SI O N For guys that aren’t afraid to get in touch with their feminine side, pair a pastel pink shirt with a pattered tie. Less is more, but that key piece can bring any dull outfit to life. If pink’s not your thing, there are plenty more shades to choose from. Other key trends for boys are cotton tailoring, the denim shirt that’s probably still in your wardrobe from last year, and loafers, which will smarten up a casual outfit and are no longer the casual shoe of choice.

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You are a person suited to modern conveniences, Aquarius, and you’re the type who’s literally glued to your smartphone. A little heads up - it might cause you a few problems this month but never fear, you’ll get to relearn that most old fashioned of social institutions: talking face to face!

If you’re a third year, Pisces, then March is going to prove stressful; not only you, but your mates have dissertation deadlines looming and all the stress may cause fights to break out. Don’t let your natural desire to please get in the way; stand up for yourself.

With the routine of second term work setting in, your concentration and dedication may begin to flag this March. Don’t let it; fire up your natural enthusiasm, Aries, and take the metaphorical bull by the horns. You’ll be pleased you do when you get your next essay marks back!

This month, the achievements of others may just outstrip your own, Taurus, and your natural tendency towards jealousy and resentment may become an issue. Don’t let it, everyone has ups and downs in their work and your time to shine will come.

This March, Gemini, your itch to travel might just flare up. Why don’t you indulge it for once? Take a small day trip and see where it takes you. We’re not saying plan an around the world trip, but trying something different could lead to something you’d never expect.

You’re normally the care taker, Cancer, you’re usually the parental figure in the flat, making sure everyone’s ok. Unfortunately, this month you might need a little TLC yourself. Let people take care of you for once, you can’t be care taker all the time.


Lambs skipping, daffoldils blooming, chocolate eggs cracking... and the Stars are a-whispering. As always, our resident Studentrologist casts a little bit of doom and promise over the student world this month, bringing you his March predictions. Beware, innocent students, the universe works in strange ways and you’d be foolish not to take heed of his warnings...

Be careful this month Leo, we know you tend towards the extravagant and in some cases that’s ok; in others it isn’t. You need to watch your finances and make sure you don’t go over your overdraft limit – the banks charge through the nose for that!

A group project might just prove to be a metaphorical minefield for you this month, Virgo. You’re a natural perfectionist and group projects mean you can’t be. Make an effort, but loosen the reigns a little - other people’s contributions matter too!

You’re naturally attractive, Libra, everyone recognises this and it’s always nice to know people appreciate you. Don’t let it get to your head this month; beauty is only skin deep and it’s not worth tearing out your beautifully coiffed hair over.

Things in your life may be going a little faster than you’d like, Scorpio. You’re naturally resistant to change and with the end of the year looming ever closer, it might start getting to you. Don’t let it – uni is all about having fun while you can!

You are a sociable person, Sagittarius, there’s no doubt about it, and you’re the life and soul of any party. However, with your bank balance this month, you can’t afford it. How about staying in? It is possible to socialise without booze, you know!

We know your reputation is important to you Capricorn; however we feel we need to warn you that it might take a knock this month. Lighten up, don’t let people get to you and in the words of Miss Gaga, “learn to love yourself ”!


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Climax at the Hubs By Joe Davis PublishedMarch 2013

Being the staunch, slightly alcoholic, traditionalist that I am, when news first reached my ears that The Sheffield University Union’s Foundry and Fusion was closed for repairs, and that, as a consequence, Climax, the most (and only) epic LGBT student night in Sheffield was moving to the Sheffield Hallam Hubs, I was less than impressed. So disappointed was I at this change that I avoided Climax for months; I know it’s a little sad, but nevertheless it’s the truth. I finally took the plunge last month and went to check out the new Climax. The night started with a healthy dose of vodka to shore up our flagging spirits, as me and my mate Nadia made ready to embrace the change. The weird thing? It turned out to be the best Climax we’ve ever been to. It was a traffic light party, which meant that right from the get go, we were assaulted with vibrant colours and wicked stickers. The atmosphere was off the scale, as the bar was well stocked with cheap booze, the floor was packed with drunken students and the vibe was buzzing! It was so good that once it finished we ended up paying a visit to Dempsey’s, which we’d both formerly promised not to go to, as we were both skint. Admittedly, it put a rather large dent in our bank balances, but the shots were flowing all night and the party didn’t stop ‘til the break of dawn, literally. I didn’t get home before 7am. If that isn’t the sign of a good night, I don’t know what is. It just goes to show - you should embrace change, it leads to new adventures!

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Ohm Sweet Ohm with Joris Voorn By Laura Keen Published March 2013

Two months into the second semester and I can now confidently say that third year will be the death of me. I don’t know what is more depressing - the sheer mountain of work or the fact that I don’t actually know what I want to do with my life. Probably the latter, so right now the solution is to ‘live for the moment’, or in other words, drink copious amounts of alcohol at every given opportunity. So Plug have started an ingenious night called Ohm Sweet Ohm, an amalgamation of top House DJs and fresh talent from in and around Sheffield. What better excuse for getting wasted and numbing the torment of third year? We started the night with a tame pre-drink, taking time to pity the moron in gold hot pants on Take Me Out, and then headed down to the Forum for some cocktails. With the Amaretto Sours ordered in we headed straight to the dance floor to warm up to some classic nineties dance tunes. For a Saturday night, the atmosphere was pleasantly tame and several Sourz later, we ventured down to Plug. Ohm Sweet Ohm is unlike anything Plug has ever done before, and with its Tokyo style visuals and chilled vibe, they had finally done it right. With people literally crawling up the walls around the edge of the dance floor, Joris Voorn was ushered through via a human wall of bouncers. He took to the decks and took the roof off; his Techno approach to House had everybody bouncing. He played an extended set which was well received by all, and by the time 4am came about we were all danced out. We peeled the fellow ravers off the speakers and quickly dispersed to the taxi rank. Another brilliant night at Ohm Sweet Ohm.

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Brutally Unfunny? By Yasmine Gleghorn Published March 2013

We were barely 20 minutes into the film before my friend Anna turned her laptop off. That evening back in 2007, someone had suggested watching White Chicks. When she did go to turn it off, no one stopped her. No one complained. We were all glad it was gone. It was the start of a long string of disappointing comedy films we couldn’t bring ourselves to finish. Norbit, Boat Trip, The Mask 2, Epic Movie, Borat, EuroTrip, 18 Year Old Virgin… the list can only get longer. Adam Sandler’s Jack and Jill was the last straw. Dressing up like a woman won’t save anyone’s career. And honestly, since Dustin Hoffman’s Tootsie and Robin Williams’ Mrs Doubtfire, no one has done it properly. Comedy’s old superstars are running dry. Eddie Murphy and Ben Stiller are better off voice acting than standing in front of a camera. Will Ferrell will probably live off Anchorman sequels. And Adam Sandler - well, he was never that good anyway. The question is, how comedians will try to step it up in 2013. Steve Carell is betting on The Incredible Burt Wonderstone to redeem old comedians and save us from the eyesore that was Movie 43. Carell plays superstar magician Burt Wonderstone, who alongside his partner Anton Marvelton, has ruled the Las Vegas strip for years, raking in millions with illusions as big as Burt’s growing ego. But lately, the duo’s greatest deception is their public friendship, while secretly they’ve grown to loathe each other. Facing cutthroat competition from guerilla street magician Steve Gray, whose cult following surges with each outrageous stunt, even their show looks stale. Also starring Jim Carrey, Olivia Wilde and Steve Buscemi, the poster seems like a good enough reason to go. Carell’s and Carrey’s blond locks, sparkly outfits and overly airbrushed faces could either make it or break it. However, Carell’s track record (40 Year Old Virgin, Crazy Stupid Love and The Office) is good enough to give this one a chance.

A Leauge of Champions By Tom Hardy Published March 2013

Ask anyone about their favourite sporting event and they’ll probably say something along the lines of the Olympics, World Cup or even Wimbledon. For me though, the Champions League has certainly got to be right up there. Not only does the theme song make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, but the football ain’t too bad either. At the time of writing, there are still three sides left flying the flag for Britain. The harsh reality is that it could quite easily become zero come the beginning of March. What’s happened to the major driving force that is English football? Scottish champions, Celtic, have already gone one better than holders Chelsea and Premier League winners Man City, who were dumped out at the group stages. Man United will feel the most confident of progressing to the quarter-finals after heavy defeats at home for Arsenal and Celtic. An extremely professional 1-1 draw at Real Madrid proved a lot of people wrong, and the away goal from Danny Welbeck (yes, I couldn’t believe it either!) could prove vital if their defence can keep Ronaldo and Co. quiet. Whatever unfolds with the domestic clubs, some things are absolutely guaranteed when you watch Europe’s number one competition. Contending with Clive Tyldesley and Andy Townsend is one. Another is sitting through a hell of a lot of adverts. But the quality of players and football on show makes all of that worthwhile.

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Add to that packed stadiums (most of the time) and a fantastic atmosphere and you have a match made in heaven. Just remember to crack open a can of Heineken whilst watching!

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The newest innovative salon to leap onto Sheffield’s hair scene is Volt – a vision of black, grey and pink hidden away down a cobbled street by the cathedral. Having opened in December 2012, directors Helen Porter and Jennie Copley launched Volt after reaching a stage in their career when they could realise their dream of creating a salon space of their own. An established team of stylists with 20 years of experience, the team have worked in various Sheffield salons as well as a large London salon chain, plus are Wella Trend Vision finalists. The salon lies in an amazing space, a former cathedral bookshop on East Parade in the beating heart of the city, right next to the Cathedral tram stop. Having been empty for many years, the space was begging to be transformed and Helen

and Jennie collaborated with Anwar Studio to create an individual identity. Throughout the salon is featured stunning design, including a bespoke reception desk, mirrors, signage and branding. Their unique, modern design merges perfectly with the old, listed building features, with the team designing plans to exact specifications. Having given themselves a six week period in which to complete the project, the Volt team created the space with their own bare hands, working tirelessly to get it finished. Volt is somewhere a little different to your usual salon space – think shocking pink lights meet exposed brick, stainless steel fittings braving it under dominating wall arches. Specialising in all aspects of hairdressing, the team are pros when it comes to wedding hair, hair extensions, perming, fashion colouring, technical cutting and colour corrections, plus they offer a wide range of services from a simple cut and finish to a full head of highlights, for both ladies and gents.

friendly, relaxing atmosphere for clients, clients are treated to a full service from the moment they book an appointment. Treat yourself to a full menu of tipples, including the unmissable Bailey’s coffees, or beer, wine and teas and coffees. Sink into their luxury massage chair and relish your whole Volt experience from the welcoming start to the glossy, end result. Give Volt a call on 0114 2721 377 to book an appointment, or visit their fabulous website at www.voltsalon.co.uk for a full price list. Volt are also looking to expand their team with creative people who are passionate about their work – if you think you’ve got what it takes then get in touch!

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It’s official - the PlayStation 4 has been announced! It’s still a little bit of a mystery right now, but that’s the best bit. We have so much to look forward to, we’ve got the funny feeling it’s going to be a gamer’s dream. With all the progress the PlayStation brand makes each time they release something new, the release of a new console is like a public holiday for the gamers amongst us. So what do we currently know about the upcoming PlayStation 4? Admittedly, at this moment in time, information is a little thin on the ground; however we’ve not been left totally in the dark. The console was first announced by Sony Computer Entertainment President and Group CEO, Andrew House, who commandeered the Hammerstein Ballroom, one of New York’s most prestigious venues for the announcement. So what was in the announcement? The one phrase that caught the attention of the world’s press is that it will be the world’s “most powerful platform ever”. Strong words, but immediately backed up by the fact it’ll allow “worlds to come alive with greater fidelity and intensity than ever before”. With plans for a new Dualshock controller and cloud gaming also revealed, it looks like it’ll be a smash hit with gamers everywhere. Going into specifics, the exec boasted of the device’s 8GB of unified memory system, saying

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that it has “highly enhanced” PC GPU, containing “a unified array of 18 compute units, which collectively generate 1.84 Teraflops of processing power that can freely be applied to graphics, simulation tasks, or some mixture of the two”. We think that means it’s going to be good. With a rough release date of the 2013 holiday season scheduled, it looks like this super gaming device will be ready and waiting for you under the Christmas tree. Let the countdown begin!

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This one’s pretty self-explanatory. Awesome headlights, shaped like skulls, especially designed for your bike’s handlebars. It has two settings; flashing and safety lights, and an array of colours, adding a touch of horror to your daily bike ride!

This one is humorous yet functional. It’s literally a cooling device, made out foam, shaped like a toilet. You’re cooling your beer in the loo, so to speak! The insulating foam this creation is made from is perfectly designed to keep your drink nice and ice cold.

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OK, it’s no longer Valentines, but we all need a little love in our lives. This is an absolutely adorable metal device with a retractable handle, shaped like a heart. It’s the perfect way to tell someone you love them as you tuck into your full English!

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LUSH We’ve lushed up our locks and lashes on the city’s beauty scene

The Beach Club

436 Ecclesall Road,  Sheffield, S11 8PX 0114 268 4249 ............................................................................ An independent salon based in the heart of the Sheffield student district, located at 436 Ecclesall Road, The Beach Club is a sophisticated beauty house with a whole roster of talented specialists and technicians. With easy, effective and professional service, it’s an indulgence you can’t afford to miss! Their top of the line beauty treatments are sumptuous and luxurious, and are just the tonic you need to cure a case of the blues. The Shellac gel nail treatment is perfect for a gal on the go as it dries immediately, doesn’t chip and looks stunningly flawless; pick and mix from their array of colours. Another highlight is their expert tanning service. In this dull weather, perk yourself up with a three to six or nine minute sunbed session, for a sun-kissed look or full Italian Riviera experience. The Beach Club is the ‘it’ place to be for stunning beauty treatments, leaving you feeling like a million dollars! To find out more, either visit their website: www.beachclublifestylestudio.weebly.com

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Nuba

296 Glossop Road, Sheffield, S10 2HS 0114 327 6889

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Those pesky hairs down below demand constant attention; you create a shaven haven with your razor yet they insist on growing back at speed. The solution? Waxing. A word which fills the entire female population with dread. Nuba offered to ease us into the world of wax, however, with our first intimate wax. Taken care of by therapist Natalie, her calming and friendly tone helped to quell our fears, discussing girly topics to make the pain (even a superhero couldn’t make whipping off strips of hot wax completely painless) bearable and the awkwardness evaporate, making having your lady garden trimmed feel like a walk in the park! Waxing lasts up to four weeks, usually costing £28 but Nuba are offering the treatment to students for just £20. Offering a full range of hair and beauty treatments, the salon also offers 10% student discount on Mondays and Tuesdays and 15% on Wednesdays (not in conjunction with any other offer).

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BITES

Our hungry beasts bring you the lowdown on the city’s top student eateries

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221 Glossop Road, Sheffield, S10 2GW 0114 2013482

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It was a mostly typical Monday; back-to-back classes, eyes heavy with tiredness and a law test to round off the afternoon. Though for one friend, a birthday surprise beckoned. For a celebratory meal we went to Hu Wei, one of the UK’s top 10 Chinese restaurants, based in West Street. The décor is modern but minimalist; a mix of deep purple, metallic grey and classic black. The menu is just as simple, with the main courses broken down in to meat, seafood, speciality veg, Szechuan and traditional cuisine. I went for the Tiger Chilli Peppers with a side of Steamed Rice; the whole green chillies lay in a bed of sweet, tangy sauce, which I deftly bunged a heap of steamed rice on to. Surprisingly, it was the richness of the sauce that I found a bit overpowering rather than the spice of the chilli peppers. On the whole, the meal was great, partly because it indulged my unbridled culinary abandon when it comes to spicy food. My flatmate had stir-fried vegetable noodles; a medley of pepper, mushroom and beansprouts drizzled with spicy curry sauce. The portion size was pretty generous, too. For the sweet-toothed among us, a treat was still to come. The staff served up a pre-bought chocolate cake with a smile and a lively round of ‘happy birthday’, along with a heap of small plates. Considering that it was a busy period, the service was generally good. They catered for all of us, even though the party was bigger than originally booked (anyone who has ever used Facebook events can attest to this)! The only setback was that the first main meal arrived quite some time before the last ones did, with a gap of about 20 minutes in between. Cash-wise, it was very reasonable. My meal came to £9.90, plus drinks. And that was before the 10% student discount was deducted: bonus!

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Our hungry beasts bring you the lowdown on the city’s top student eateries

It’s A-Graze-Inn! 315-319 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield, S11 8NX 0114 276 6666 Graze Inn is Ecclesall Road’s latest hotspot. Comprising of a separate bar and restaurant, Graze Inn’s ‘industrial chic’ design lends itself to a relaxed, vibrant atmosphere, which is complemented by the diverse food and drink offering. The drinks menu offers a range of specially-created cocktails - many of which are available on a 2-4-1 offer between 5-7pm Monday to Friday - as well as an extensive wine list, Thornbridge beers, spirits and soft drinks. Jeeves & Jericho teas are served in stylish cast iron pots with individual tea timers, alongside a wide range of coffees. Head through to the restaurant and the focus here is on sharing. The Grazing Boards, offering a plethora of tapas-style treats, are ideal for sharing, while British Flats (Graze’s take on pizza) and chicken straight from the rotisserie are the other stars of the show. The restaurant is proud to use trusted, local produce suppliers. Derbyshire-based butchers, Owen Taylor, provide meat, with chicken coming from Green Farm at Kenninghall. Cheese is supplied by Yorkshire’s Michael Lees, with fish and other produce hand-selected daily at markets. Entertainment is close to hand too – Funky Graze DJ nights take place the first and third Thursday of every month, run by DJs

Kebabish Grill 25-27 Wicker, Sheffield, S3 8HS 0114 273 0008

Rachel Sanderson and Reverend & The Makers’ Ed Cosens. Their classy funk, soul and reggae set lists are the perfect backdrop to an end-of-week wind-down in the bar. www.grazeinn.co.uk

If you want one of the best Asian eateries the Steel City has to offer, then you just have to visit Kebabish. Selling everything from Indian sweets to classic curries and delicious kebabs, Kebabish is the perfect place to sate that pesky craving, with their speciality being their range of grilled dishes. Open 11.30am–12.00am Sunday– Thursday and 11.30am–1.30am Friday–Saturday, the good people at Kebabish have tonnes of experience in bringing you what you want. They have a fantastic free delivery service for orders over £15, and deliver within a three mile radius, carrying a fantastic range of dishes including starters, grill specials, burgers, apna style chef specials and curries.

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BOOZE We drank and danced the night away… all to review Sheffield’s bars, just for you

Walkabout

Carver Street, Sheffield, S1 4FS www.walkabout.eu.com 0114 241 3400 ............................................................................ What do you do on a Friday night when you’ve had pre-drinks but you’re not quite ready to hit a club? You need to hit a bar, have a little bit of a dance, get a few cheap drinks and hype yourself up for the main event. It’s like a starter bar. That’s why this month, we at The Student Magazine presents to you Walkabout on Carver Street, just off main student thoroughfare West Street, in the heart of the Steel City.

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Famous as part of one of the biggest chain of bars throughout the UK, Walkabout is an Australian themed bar which brings some of that frontier down under charm to the Sheffield bar scene. Walking in, the bar’s central theme immediately hits with bright painted walls contrasting sharply with Australian themed decorations, wall hangings and objects littered throughout. Noted especially for its showing of sports matches, Walkabout boasts Sheffield’s biggest HD screen along with two 3D flat screens, all with a constant flow of premier sports matches from around the globe. Perfect to sit down, chill out and support your favourite team as they battle for sports supremacy!

The bar also hosts a fantastic drinks menu with a wide selection of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails. Amongst these is classic Australian lager, Fosters, as well as Australian white, rosé and red wines and delicious, alcohol laced cocktails such as Sex on the Beach, Daiquiri and Woo Woo. Walkabout is always looking to save you money; they know that sometimes you need to save a little even if you want to have a good time, and they regularly put on special offers exclusive to Walkabout. At the moment, Walkabout is offering a delicious, heart warming burger and a pint for £4.95. Yes - Walkabout also does food; classic Australian and English fare including a variety of barbie dishes and even kangaroo burgers. Walkabout may be a chain establishment but it’s a place with party and atmosphere – perfect as that place you need to hit to begin dancing the night away, with a little bit of shameless Aussie charm squeezed in.

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FLICKS Take an insight into the thoughts of the Student Magazine critics as they pick and prod to find out about the latest releases.

A Good Day to Die Hard (2013) 12A, Action Director: John Moore

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The latest instalment in the Die Hard series takes place mostly in Russia, where John McClane finds his son Jack. They are both thrown into protecting a Russian scientist (Komarov) from a corrupt political figure (Chagarin) who plans to have him killed before the former can release incriminating evidence that directly involves the latter. Throw in an odd plot twist, a few nuggets of Bruce Willis’ classic wisdom, a whole bunch of explosions and you’ve pretty much got the gist of this film.

If you’re a fan of the Die Hard series, you’re going to love this for the action alone. As with most of the series though, the plot can be a bit choppy. When Komarov enters his vault and finds a huge amount of uranium in place of vital evidence against Chagarin, a spectacular twist occurs, revealing that he, in fact, planned to get to his vault for his own gains. While this plot twist has great potential, it comes far

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too late, leaving nothing for Komarov to do but essentially wait for McClane and his son to arrive and discover his plot. Honestly though, if you’re a fan of Die Hard, you’re probably not a stickler for a story, especially when you throw in the fireworks caused by John McClane’s relationship with his son, Jack, which works to great effect in the action sequences.


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Saving Lincoln (2013) Grave Encounters 2 Release date: 12th March 2013 Movie Quote: “Fear is just a word. Reality is much worse.”

Jersey Shore Uncensored Season 6 Release date: 19th March 2013 Movie Quote: “Pregnant bitch is here!”

Biography Director: Steven Spielberg

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let the civil war go on until his plan was complete. Although Daniel Day-Lewis deservedly won many ‘Best Leading Actor’ awards in his role, Tommy Lee Jones and Sally Field were also praised for their respective performances. Sally Field’s praise was given for her role as the First Lady Mary Lincoln, whose resolve is tested by implications of past mental illness, and her husband’s focus on his own presidential duties appears to compound this. This ensemble of Daniel Day-Lewis captures the charperformances, also including Joseph acter of Abraham Lincoln perfectly; Gordon-Levitt as Robert Lincoln, a great speechmaker, who constantly and David Costabile as James Ashley, spoke in metaphors and anecdotes, culminates in a powerful picture of the and who was so dedicated to the idea of racial equality, that he was willing to life of Abraham Lincoln and the people Lincoln is a historical drama showing the last four months of President Abraham Lincoln’s life, mostly chronicling his efforts in the civil war and trying to pass the amendment to the United States constitution that would free the slaves. Lincoln is also challenged in these efforts by members of his own cabinet, and the stress put upon his family.

This is 40 Release Date: 22nd March 2013 Movie Quote: “How do you call Ebay?!”

Free Movies Fancy some free movies and tv shows unlimited for a month? At Netflix you can get a free one month trial, but you need to remember to cancel the membership a day before otherwise (this is where they get you) they carry it on and take the money out of your account. www.signup.netflix.com

Broken City

Rated: 15, Drama Director: Allen Hughes

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Broken City is a crime thriller that depicts the story of Billy Taggart (Mark Wahlberg), a police detective turned private investigator who takes a job in surveillance of the wife of questionable New York mayor Nick Hostetler (Russell Crowe,) as he believes she is having an affair. The truth turns out to be a much larger plot involving Hostetler’s plan for re-election. In the end, Taggart is forced to face his previous sins in the course of doing what is right. While this all sounds amazing and dramatic, the reality is something that doesn’t quite work. Although the story is technically quite good, it is let down by pretty sloppy dialogue, with a few exceptions, such as the back and

forth between Taggart and Hostetler. Elements of the story that become quite important seem to come almost from nowhere, like it is expected that Taggart’s girlfriend would return to Taggart at the end of the film, before he is taken to prison, but her character is not seen again. Instead, Taggart appears to have a quasi-relationship going with his young assistant, which seems forced. As a positive point, Russell Crowe’s performance as Hostetler deserves praise, as Crowe’s experience playing more protagonist characters seemingly helped him to tell the story of this twofaced character, which just about makes up for Wahlberg’s slightly stone-faced performance.

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339 Glossop Road, Sheffield, S10 2HP 0114 270 0803 Geek is now chic and a fabulous set of spectacles can transform a face into something new. But faced with a sea of tediously plain specs, you might find yourself uninspired in the sight department. Peter Bland is an Opticians with a difference. With a huge range of glasses ranging from the sublime to the extreme, whatever your preference they can help. Specialising in retro and vintage frames, they stock exclusive frames, with brands such as Converse, Harley Davidson, vintage Gucci, Winchester and Burberry standing out from the crowd. From pink to blue, green to white, their frames

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come in all colours, all shapes and sizes, all designs, with over 1,000 different frames. Where else would you find a music note adorned set of specs? However, Peter Bland Opticians is as much about the design as it is the service. Partner Lynne Bland, is overflowing with enthusiasm for her profession, offering a personal service and making choosing glasses a more exciting experience. She says herself she won’t let a customer walk out of the shop looking silly (unless they want to!), genuinely caring about finding the perfect pair of glasses for every person. Peter Bland Opticians offer a complete sight test, or you can bring your prescription from somewhere else, and they can often mend broken glasses or put new lenses in an old frame. Up until the day you turn 19, you’re entitled to a free sight test, with

a voucher towards free glasses which Peter Bland accept. The opticians also offer two pairs of glasses for just £100, including multi anti-reflection coat or sunglass tint, and don’t have to be both for one person – why not share the cost with your friend? Pop down to discover what a fabulous pair of specs can do for you. There’s even 15% off all complete spectacles for students – sorry, it’s not off the two for £100 offer but mention this article to receive £10 off all complete spectacles before Midsummer’s Day (24th June 2013). Now that’s something to add sunshine to your summer.


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BEATS Get your ears wagging with our three latest album reviews. plus our dirty downloads to get the rave jumping!

Desolat

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Underground label Desolat has been bringing the best in club culture to the ears of party kids everywhere since 2007, and with their 5th anniversary having recently passed, the label released a sort of greatest hits collection, with a unique twist, of course. 5 years Desolat Selected and Remixed by Loco Dice is a compilation of Desolat’s top artists best tunes, remixed by label act Loco Dice.

Disclosure have become names celebrated in every club in the nation. With their debut album stated for release this month; we take a look at a few of their previous hits, which will most likely give us an idea of what we can expect from their first full album.

Toolroom Records has once again held its winter music conference and has bounced back with a collection of club remixes that’ll blow your mind once you hit the club.

Loco Dice, one of Desolat’s most diverse acts, are the masters of the remix, and having recently released their own EP Toxic at the end of 2012, are riding high on a wave of electro clash, ready to bring their unique take on other Desolat Label tracks. The result is a dark reimagining of club anthems that refreshes their sound ready for the strobe lights and dirty floors of 2013. One track that proved particularly intriguing was ‘Amorphous Mass’ by Hector, whose Ramstein style deep vocals bring something new to a collection that mostly relies on whirring beats and a hell of a lot of production.

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We have to begin with ‘Latch’, the hit that proved to be the act’s breakthrough success. They’d be idiots not to feature this one prominently on their first album. The reason? It’s pure genius. Its whirring synths, smooth jazz style vocals and distorted epic electro beats make it the perfect mix of underground thumper and chart smash. No wonder it propelled them into the limelight. Follow up ‘White Noise’, which was never actually meant to be a hit, proved just as popular, and die-hard fans and new fans alike will expect this track to make an appearance on the album. It seems the underground xylophone style synths and lighter than air style vocals (courtesy of Aluna George), really struck a chord with music listeners who needed to cleanse their David Guetta flooded palettes.

The Toolroom Records Miami 2013 Collection is full to the brim with epic remixes and avant garde House genre tunes right from the get go. It’s a massive collection of 53 tracks, so we’re not going to witter on about every single one of them, but instead talk highlights. Album opener, Blacklight (Original Club Mix) by Funkagenda propels us into the stratosphere with strong synths and spacey beats, however second track, ‘Thinking (Mark Knight Remix) by Submotion Orchestra, is a more subdued affair, with retro beats and breathy, ethereal vocals, which act to throw you off your game and open your mind. My favourite track just has to be ‘Justified’ (Original Club Mix) by Filthy Rich and Prok & Fitch, which features stuttered distorted sounds and synths interspersed with elemental raps and smooth R&B vocals, lending it a more urban edge than most of the collection.


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S O U R C H E R RY ’ S KOU RT N EY T U R N E R

How did you establish yourself in the music world? Well, I first started doing small venues such as working men’s clubs. We really kept promoting ourselves and we began to get a name for ourselves in Sheffield, and we’re now getting people approaching us with new gigs. Recently we’ve done the 02 Academy, Plug, Soyo, and Leadmill. It’s really good that we’re getting interest from promoters now. We’ve also done a music video that’s on our Youtube page, so that was really fun and that was our first experience with that, and we’re going to be doing another one shortly. Can you tell us what we can expect from a Sour Cherry live set? When we perform live it’s a lot different to what you hear on our tracks. Our music is really poppy, commercial, however when it’s live and you’ve got live musicians, it’s so different. Our bassist loves to bounce around stage and it’s the same with me. We really like to put on a show!

For those of our readers who are unfamiliar with you, can you give us a little run down of your sound? Well we had a review which called us tequila crusted pop, so that’s what we always use. People say we sound like so and so, but you can’t really put a finger on what we sound like. I’d say Lily Allen/Carly Rae Jepsen/Jessie J/ Katy Perry. It’s just really commercial and unapologetic pop. Who are the artists that you look up to and are inspired by? Personally, I’ve been brought up listening to old school. I like Stevie Wonder, Luther Vandross and all that. I’ve got a background in singing Michael Jackson. I love the old school stuff. We’ve all got a very eclectic taste. We like to bring it all together and as a band we’ve got a thing that not a lot of other people have. It makes us unique. As a singer- songwriter, can you describe to us your artistic process?

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Basically we do it in many different ways. We can either be in a studio and have the beat and go from there. Listen to it and put down the melody from there, maybe write the lyrics. Sometimes I can come up with some lyrics that I’ve got stuck in my head, maybe not have the melody and go from there. It’s not really a process that has a stage one, stage two etc. Sometimes you’ll get a really strong melody in your head and you really have to write for that. Sometimes it’s just messing about in the studio, everybody has different ideas and we go from there. What does the future hold for you? We’ve got loads of festivals coming up in the summer, loads more gigs. We’ve got another coming up at the O2 Academy. We’re hoping to do tramlines and be on the main stage, if it goes ahead this year. It’s going to be a lot of promotion and another music video. We want to keep people interested in us.

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LISTED The ultimate guide to all the interesting happenings in our city.

Thursday 14th

CORPORATION – Miss May I + Fates Upon Us – doors open 7pm, £10 adv | Dirty Thursday, free entry b4 midnight, £3 after DQ – UGLY Sheffield’s freshest party with hip hop, R&B, grime and garage, doors 11pm, £2 before 12pm, £3 after DEMPSEYS – Games Night, 9pm-4am THE FORUM – Thirsty Ear – DJ Night, 9pm-1am, free entry SOYO – SuperDeluxe – massive mix of tunes and £1.50 drinks, 8pm–12.30am STEELHOUSE – Voodoo Project, pop chart, R&B, dub, D&B, dance PLAYERS – Spoilt Brat - House, R’n’B, Old School and more, £1 Shots*, £1.50 Bottles, free entry, open til 12.30am PLUG – Jump Around - 10pm-3.30am, £4 NUS, £5 on the door PARIS, BEG BORROW AND STEAL, CRYSTAL, THE VIPER ROOMS (Carver Street) – 1 Block party, 4 incredible venues, 1 wristband, 1 epic night, guestlist at sheffieldparties.com, 10pm–3am, £4 adv PARIS – Vibes Alive – Dubstep, hip hop, electro, UK funky mash-ups, 10pm–3am THE BOWERY – First Word, 9pm til late, free O2 ACADEMY – Exposed Awards 2013 – doors open 7.30pm, tickets TB, £2.50 from every ticket donated to Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity

Friday 15th

CORPORATION – Y Prog – Riverside + Support – doors open 7pm, tickets £20 adv | Drop | Anthemic | Fracture, 10pm-2.30/3am, £3.50adv/£1 before 10:30pm/£5 after/£6 after 12pm CRYSTAL – Friday Flavours, all Smirnoff drinks £3! 10pm-3am, free before 11pm DQ – Shake Down, every Friday night. Entry £3 before midnight, £5 after DEMPSEYS – Nine hours of the Sheffield gay scene’s best music, 9pm6am EMBRACE – Every Friday – playing the best in Commercial, RnB, Hip Hop,

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Chart and Dance, £1.20 drinks all night, free entry before midnight! LEADMILL –| GaGa - Shiny spanking new Fridays at The Leadmill! Text MILL GAGA to 82500 for a CHEEKY DEAL SOYO – Love You – house, R&B, and chart 8pm–12.30am STEELHOUSE – Dogs Balearics – Ibiza comes to Sheffield, Doors 8pm Free Entry, £3 Entry after 11.30pm SHEFFIELD STUDENTS UNION – Space - 11pm-3am, £4 adv, £5 on the door PLAYERS – Fook Me…..I’m Famous - party anthems, dirty beats, soulful tunes, £2 selected drinks 8-10pm, free entry, open til 1.30am PLUG - Covert Soundsystem Sheffield’s Biggest and Busiest Friday Night Party - Covert’s residents Emilio & LJ Freeman - £3 guest list - £1 drinks, doors open 11pm, £3.50 | Gabrielle Aplin – doors open 7pm, tickets £10 | Ohm Sweet Ohm – Eats Everything + Kry Wolf + Squarehead + LJ – doors open 10.30pm, tickets £10 PARIS – Baby Got Back – 90s R&B flavours, hip hop, classic beats, 90% old school joints and jams, 10% future classics - £3 before 12am, £5 after THE VIPER ROOMS – Lavish, 8pm–3am, £4 adv, £4 & £5 on the door REPLICA – Tease – Drinks from £1, 11pm–4am THE BOWERY – Fresh Fruits, 9pm – 2am, free O2 ACADEMY – The Courteeners + The Family Rain + Section 60 – doors open 6.30pm, tickets sold out | The Courteeners After Party Show @ Propaganda – The UK’s biggest indie night brings an audio-visual extravaganza to O2 Academy Sheffield every Friday night, tickets £6, 10:30pm til 3:30am MOTORPOINT ARENA – The Script – doors open 7.30pm, tickets sold out. THE HARELY- Flam presents James Rand – doors open 10.30pm, tickets £3 b4 midnight, £4 after FEZ CLUB – The Tuesday Club Presents: WAIT… feat Benga, Mystonic,

DMK, Mr. Bossman, 11pm-4am, £8 earlybird, £10 adv

Saturday 16th

CORPORATION – Y Prog – The Enid + The Tangent + IO Earth + Also Eden – doors open 11am, tickets £35 adv | Reservoir Rocks | Mode, 10pm, £3.50 adv | Subtitle | Extreme Hardside CRYSTAL – Mixed up Saturdays with DJ Corey, 9.30pm-3am, free before 11pm DEMPSEYS – The Big Weekender, chart, pop, Euro beats, 9pm-6am DQ – Threads - unique genreless night, hosting an eclectic mix of bands and DJs EMBRACE – Play – 50% off entry, 50% off drinks until 1am LEADMILL – Stornoway – doors open 7.30pm, tickets £12 and includes entry to Sonic Boom | Sonic Boom – Saturday’s only indie alternative! 10.30pm – 3am, £3.50 (before midnight) £5/£4 NUS (after midnight) MILL SONIC to 82500 for booze & entry offers SOYO – SOYO Saturdays – main room – house, disco, funk, Yo Bar – old skool R&B, new jack swing THE FORUM – Shook – house, R&B, pop, funk, hip hop, indie, 9pm–2am STEELHOUSE – Big Time – Doors at 8pm for Big Time drinks offers and free entry, £3 entry from 11.30–12.30 and £5 after that PARIS – Boudoir Sounds – soul, funk, disco, R&B, house, 10.30pm–3.30am, £4 before 12pm PLAYERS – Sin-Tillate - Free Entry, open til 1.30am PLUG – SBsquared presents The Downtown Roots + Feral Brood + New Camaros + Toba Caldera + The Young Heavy, doors open 6.30pm, tickets £6 | Shuffle- LJ Freeman, Ollie Hayes, Becky Hayes, Emilio, Doors 10.30pm, NUS £5 advance THE VIPER ROOMS – Decadence – Eclectic music, range of cocktails and champagne, VIP service, 8pm–3am, £4 adv, £4 & £5 on the door REPLICA – Student Saturdays - Get your glad rags on for the ultimate clubbing experience, 11pm–4am


LISTED THE BOWERY – Landslide – The official Threads pre-club night, 9pm–1.30am THE HARLEY - Reminisce This..... Hip Hop- Reminisce This take you on a musical trip down memory lane – special guests Andy H and support – doors open 11pm, £3 b4 midnight, £4 after. FEZ CLUB – Future Nights – Launch Night feat Woozee, L’Jae, Jayskilatah, Back&Forth, Chewy, £4 before midnight, £5 after HOPE WORKS – Cargo 7th Birthday Warehouse Party feat Tama Sumo, KRL, Tony Lionni – www.cargo-sheffield.com

Sunday 17th

DEMPSEYS – Karaoke night, 9pm-4am CORPORATION – Y Prog – It Bites + Mangrove + Manning + Credo – doors open 11am, tickets £35 adv PLAYERS – Afterparty - the best in chart, R’n’B and dance playing all night, Free Entry…open til 12.30am

Monday 18th

CORPORATION – Oddball | Bug | The Pit, 10pm-2.30/3am, £3 before 12pm, £4 after DEMPSEYS – Gimme 5 – 9pm–4am DQ – Rough Hill Presents: Plus1, Monday night student madness, cheap drinks, 2 floors, 2 vibes, downstairs the best mashup of chart, pop party anthems and upstairs is the rave cave with electro, dubstep, garage & anything from the UK bass scene EMBRACE – Get Dirty Mondays, 10pm–3am, £3 adv, £4 on the door LEADMILL – Johnny Marr ‘The Messenger’, doors open 7pm, tickets £19.50 includes entry to Shag | Shag – pop, chart, R&B & indie, rock, punk, trash, Britpop, old skool, new rave, disco, beats, Doors 10.30pm PLAYERS – I Candy - Players presents the sweetest tunes this side of Sheffield, free candy, giveaways, drinks to make your mouth water, Jug Vodka Kick £6, Treble Vodka Mixer* £2.50, live dancers, free entry, open til 12.30am SOYO – SOYO Live – 8pm – late, free entry SHEFFIELD STUDENTS’ UNION – Population – chart toppers and sing-along anthems, £4.50 adv, 11pm–2.15am PARIS - Déjà vu – A devastating mash-up of R&B, hip hop, UK funky house, dubstep, £1 drinks, 4 bombs £5, guestlist at sheffieldparties.com THE VIPER ROOMS – Geek Chic – Playing host to sexy geeks and boffin freaks! Get your geek on! 8pm–3am STEELHOUSE – Eat My Disco & Voodoo present The Big Cheese –

cheesey pop, 80p entry, 80p drinks 02 ACADEMY – Jagermeister Music Tour – Ghost + Gojira + The Defiled + The Heights – doors open 6.30pm, tickets £7 FEZ CLUB – Circle Fez Mondays 002, feat Jeremy Underground Paris, £4/5

Tuesday 19th

CRYSTAL – Billionaire, Sheffield’s exclusive midweek musical brothel, four floors of pop, R&B, electro, motown, indie, house, £1 drinks, VIP guestlist at sheffieldparties.com -  10pm-3am CORPORATION – Enslaved + Winterfylleth + Ancient Ascendant – doors open 7pm, tickets £15 adv DEMPSEYS – Skint – Sheffield’s biggest gay weekday night, 9pm–4am PLAYERS – Welcome Party – official pre-bar to Dirty Dollar @ Steelhouse, R’n’B, hiphop and old school classics, Free Entry, open til 12.30am SOYO – Paparazzi – Mix of house, electro and R&B, 8pm–12.30am THE FORUM – Adelante – Latin music and dancing, 9.30pm–1pm STEELHOUSE – Dirty Dollar – chart, R&B, dub, chart, £2 before 12.30am LEADMILL – Bastille – doors open 7pm, tickets £10 THE VIPER ROOMS – Risqué Tuesdays – Flirtatious R&B and elated electro house music, 8pm–3am, £3 adv PARIS – The Bomb Factory – Nothing but Student Anthems All Night 11pm–4am SHEFFIELD STUDENTS UNION – Tuesday Club - 11.30pm–2.30am, £4 adv PLUG – Spanked | Sheffield’s biggest Tuesday night student party - Doors 10:30pm, Price £3 THE HARELY- Theme PARK Live – doors open 7.30pm, Free Entry MOTORPOINT ARENA – One Direction – doors open 7.30pm, tickets sold out

Wednesday 20th

CORPORATION –The Skool Disco | Stone Love, 10pm-2am £5/£4 NUS before 12pm, £5 after, or FREE in Skool Uniform before 10.30, £1 before 12pm DEMPSEYS – 342 Wednesdays – Buy any 2 drinks; get one free, 9pm–4am EMBRACE – Boing Boing – Hallam student night, chart & dance anthems, cheese & pop, R&B anthems, £4, 11pm2.30am PLAYERS – Sparta – Wednesday Sports Team Night, weekly giveaways, £2.50 Treble Vodka Mixer*, 3 Bombs £5, massive student anthems, open til 12.30am LEADMILL – The Leadmill Comedy

Club – Danny Ward, Andrew O’Neil, Liam Williams and more, doors open 7pm, tickets £3 adv, £4 on door. PARIS - Mad Racket – R&B, house and Electro, £3 before 12pm SOYO – Superbowl – home to The Mega Bowl; Sheffield’s biggest fishbowl of drink THE FORUM – Rotation – Different music each week, 9pm–1am HALLAM UNION – Boing Boing Karaoke Pre-Bar @ The Hubs, Doors 8pm, free entry SHEFFIELD STUDENTS UNION – Roar, 11pm-2.30am, £4.40 adv THE VIPER ROOMS – Neighbourhood - Classic indie with mod for it soul and motown, 8pm–3am, free before 11.30pm, £3 guestlist before 11.30pm, £4 after 11.30pm THE HARLEY - Gold Teeth - a selection of Hip Hop, Garage, House, Disco, Funk and Soul - Expect anthems and debauchery in equal measures, £4

Thursday 21st

CORPORATION – The Bouncing Souls + Cheap Girls + Luther, doors open 7pm, tickets £12 adv | Dirty Thursdays free entry b4 midnight, £3 after DQ – UGLY Sheffield’s freshest party with hip hop, R&B, grime and garage, doors 11pm, £2 before 12pm, £3 after DEMPSEYS – Games Night, 9pm-4am THE FORUM – Thirsty Ear – DJ Night, 9pm-1am, free entry SOYO – SuperDeluxe – massive mix of tunes and £1.50 drinks, 8pm–12.30am STEELHOUSE – Voodoo Project, pop chart, R&B, dub, D&B, dance PLAYERS – Spoilt Brat - House, R’n’B, Old School and more, £1 Shots*, £1.50 Bottles, free entry, open til 12.30am PLUG – Jump Around - 10pm-3.30am, £4 NUS, £5 on the door PARIS, BEG BORROW AND STEAL, CRYSTAL, THE VIPER ROOMS (Carver Street) – 1 Block party, 4 incredible venues, 1 wristband, 1 epic night, guestlist at sheffieldparties.com, 10pm–3am, £4 adv PARIS – Vibes Alive – Dubstep, hip hop, electro, UK funky mash-ups, 10pm–3am THE BOWERY – First Word, 9pm til late, free THE HARLEY – Ambush – oors open 10.30pm, tickets £3

Friday 22nd

CORPORATION –Drop | Anthemic | Fracture, 10pm-2.30/3am, £3.50adv/ £1 before 10:30pm/ £5 after/ £6 after 12pm CRYSTAL – Friday Flavours, all Smirnoff drinks £3! 10pm-3am, free before 11pm

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LISTED DQ – Shake Down, every Friday night. Entry £3 before midnight, £5 after DEMPSEYS – Nine hours of the Sheffield gay scene’s best music, 9pm6am EMBRACE – Every Friday – playing the best in Commercial, RnB, Hip Hop, Chart and Dance, £1.20 drinks all night, free entry before midnight LEADMILL – Leadmill and The Bowery presents Wild Smiles @ The Bowery, doors open 8pm, Free Entry | GaGa - Shiny spanking new Fridays at The Leadmill! Text MILL GAGA to 82500 for a CHEEKY DEAL SOYO – Love You – house, R&B, and chart 8pm – 12.30am STEELHOUSE – Dogs Balearics – Ibiza comes to Sheffield, Doors 8pm, free entry, £3 entry after 11.30pm SHEFFIELD STUDENTS UNION – Space - 11pm-3am, £4 adv, £5 on the door PLAYERS – Fook Me…I’m Famous - party anthems, dirty beats, soulful tunes, £2 selected drinks 8-10pm, free entry, open til 1.30am PLUG – Jaguar Skills and his Amazing Friends + Decibel – doors open 10pm, tickets £15 | Covert Soundsystem Sheffield’s Biggest and Busiest Friday Night Party - Covert’s residents Emilio & LJ Freeman - £3 guest list - £1 drinks, doors open 11pm, £3.50 PARIS – Baby Got Back – 90s R&B flavours, hip hop, classic beats, 90% old school joints and jams, 10% future classics - £3 before 12am, £5 after THE VIPER ROOMS – Lavish, 8pm – 3am, £4 adv, £4 & £5 on the door REPLICA – Tease – Drinks from £1, 11pm–4am O2 ACADEMY – The Next Big Thing Competition: Semi Final 1 – doors open 6.30pm, tickets £8 | Propaganda – The UK’s biggest indie night brings an audio-visual extravaganza to O2 Academy Sheffield every Friday night, Tickets £5, 10:30 til 3:30am THE HARLEY- The Speakeasy vs Na Zdrove! (feat. BUDZILLUS) – doors open 9pm, tickets £ for gig, £3 after.

DJs EMBRACE – Play – 50% off entry, 50% off drinks until 1am LEADMILL – Inspiral Carpets – doors open 7.30pm, tickets £16 includes entry to Sonic Boom | Sonic Boom – Saturday’s only indie alternative! 10.30pm–3am, £3.50 (before midnight) £5/£4 NUS (after midnight) MILL SONIC to 82500 for booze & entry offers SOYO – SOYO Saturdays – main room – house, disco, funk, Yo Bar – old skool R&B, new jack swing THE FORUM – Shook – house, R&B, pop, funk, hip hop, indie, 9pm–2am STEELHOUSE – Big Time – Doors at 8pm for Big Time drinks offers and free entry, £3 entry from 11.30–12.30 and £5 after that PARIS – Boudoir Sounds – soul, funk, disco, R&B, house, 10.30pm–3.30am, £4 before 12pm PLAYERS – Sin-Tillate - free entry, open til 1.30am PLUG- Man Like Me – doors open 7pm, tickets £8 | Shuffle- LJ Freeman, Ollie Hayes, Becky Hayes, Emilio, Doors 10.30pm, NUS £5 advance THE VIPER ROOMS – Decadence – Eclectic music, range of cocktails and champagne, VIP service, 8pm–3am, £4 adv, £4 & £5 on the door REPLICA – Student Saturdays - Get your glad rags on for the ultimate clubbing experience, 11pm – 4am THE BOWERY – Landslide – The official Threads pre-club night, 9pm–1.30am MOTORPOINT ARENA – Biffy Clyro – Only Revolutions Tour – doors open 7.30pm, tickets £28.50 O2 ACADEMY – Seize This Curse + Planet9 + Or Die Tryin + In My Restless Dreams + Never Did We Believe – doors open 6.30pm, tickets £8 | The Big ‘C’: Sheffield Rocks For Cancer Aid – Riffler + Kings of The Realm + Junction 25 + Steve Songhurst – doors open 6.30pm, tickets £12.50 THE HARLEY- No Uniform – The End? – doors open 10pm, tickets £3

Saturday 23rd

Sunday 24th

CORPORATION – Guns or Roses + Spill Sixteen – doors open 7pm, tickets £6 | Reservoir Rocks | Subtitle | Mode - 10pm, £3.50 adv | Subtitle | Extreme Hardside CRYSTAL – Mixed up Saturdays with DJ Corey, 9.30pm-3am, free before 11pm DEMPSEYS – The Big Weekender, chart, pop, Euro beats, 9pm-6am DQ – Threads - unique genreless night, hosting an eclectic mix of bands and

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DEMPSEYS – Karaoke night, 9pm-4am PLAYERS – Afterparty - the best in chart, R’n’B and dance playing all night, free entry, open til 12.30am

Monday 25th

CORPORATION – Oddball | Bug | The Pit, 10pm-2.30/3am, £3 before 12pm, £4 after DEMPSEYS – Gimme 5 – 9pm–4am DQ – Rough Hill Presents: Plus1, Monday night student madness, cheap

drinks, 2 floors, 2 vibes. Downstairs the best mashup of chart, pop party anthems and upstairs is the rave cave with electro, dubstep, garage & anything from the UK bass scene EMBRACE – Get Dirty Mondays, 10pm–3am, £3 adv, £4 on the door LEADMILL – Kodaline – doors open 7pm, tickets £10 includes entry to Shag | Shag – pop, chart, R&B & indie, rock, punk, trash, Britpop, old skool, new rave, disco, beats, doors 10.30pm PLAYERS – I Candy - Players presents the sweetest tunes this side of Sheffield, free candy, giveaways, drinks to make your mouth water, Jug Vodka Kick £6, Treble Vodka Mixer* £2.50, live dancers, free entry, open til 12.30am SOYO – Being There - SOYO Live – 8pm – late, free entry   SHEFFIELD STUDENTS’ UNION – Population – chart toppers and sing-along anthems, £4.50 adv, 11pm–2.15am PARIS - Déjà vu – A devastating mashup of R&B, hip hop, UK funky house, dubstep, £1 drinks, 4 bombs £5, guest list at sheffieldparties.com THE VIPER ROOMS – Geek Chic – Playing host to sexy geeks and boffin freaks! Get your geek on! 8pm–3am STEELHOUSE – Eat My Disco & Voodoo present The Big Cheese – cheesey pop, 80p entry, 80p drinks FEZ CLUB – Circle Fez Mondays 003, feat Greymatter, £4/5

Tuesday 26th

CRYSTAL – Billionaire, Sheffield’s exclusive midweek musical brothel, four floors of pop, R&B, electro motown, indie, house, £1 drinks, VIP guestlist at sheffieldparties.com -  10pm-3am DEMPSEYS – Skint – Sheffield’s biggest gay weekday night, 9pm–4am PLAYERS – Welcome Party – official pre-bar to Dirty Dollar @ Steelhouse, R’n’B, hiphop and old school classics, free entry, open til 12.30am SOYO – Paparazzi – Mix of house, electro and R&B, 8pm–12.30am THE FORUM – Adelante – Latin music and dancing, 9.30pm–1pm STEELHOUSE – Dirty Dollar – chart, R&B, dub, chart, £2 before 12.30am THE VIPER ROOMS – Risqué Tuesdays – Flirtatious R&B and elated electro house music, 8pm–3am, £3 adv PARIS – The Bomb Factory – Nothing but Student Anthems All Night 11pm–4am SHEFFIELD STUDENTS UNION – Tuesday Club - 11.30pm–2.30am, £4 adv PLUG – Spanked | Sheffield’s biggest Tuesday Night Student Party | doors


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Wednesday 27th

CORPORATION – Voodoo Six + Perfect Crimes + Havana Rocks – doors open 7pm, tickets £8 adv | The Skool Disco | Stone Love, 10pm2am £5/£4 NUS before 12pm, £5 after, or FREE in Skool Uniform before 10.30, £1 before 12pm DEMPSEYS – 342 Wednesdays – Buy any 2 drinks; get one free, 9pm–4am EMBRACE – Boing Boing – Hallam student night, chart & dance anthems, cheese & pop, R&B anthems, £4, 11pm2.30am PLAYERS – Sparta – Wednesday Sports Team Night - weekly giveaways, £2.50 Treble Vodka Mixer*, 3 Bombs £5, massive student anthems, open til 12.30am PARIS - Mad Racket – R&B, house and Electro, £3 before 12pm SOYO – Superbowl – home to The Mega Bowl; Sheffield’s biggest fishbowl of drink THE FORUM – Rotation – Different music each week, 9pm–1am HALLAM UNION – Boing Boing Karaoke Pre-Bar @ The Hubs, Doors 8pm, free entry SHEFFIELD STUDENTS UNION – Roar, 11pm-2.30am, £4.40 adv THE VIPER ROOMS – Neighbourhood - Classic indie with mod for it soul and motown, 8pm–3am, free before 11.30pm, £3 guestlist before 11.30pm, £4 after 11.30pm THE HARLEY - Clothes Line midweek madness, a heterogeneous mix of hits and party bangers, 10pm–4am, free entry

Thursday 28th

CORPORATION – Dirty Thursdays | Free entry b4 midnight, £3 after DQ – UGLY Sheffield’s freshest party with hip hop, R&B, grime and garage, doors 11pm, £2 before 12pm, £3 after DEMPSEYS – Games Night, 9pm-4am THE FORUM – Thirsty Ear – DJ Night, 9pm-1am, free entry SOYO – SuperDeluxe – massive mix of tunes and £1.50 drinks, 8pm–12.30am STEELHOUSE – Voodoo Project, pop chart, R&B, dub, D&B, dance LEADMILL – Cool Beans presents Bank Holiday – featuring DJ’s from Cool Beans/ Threads/ Tuesday Club/ Clothes Line/ Puzzled/ Soulsvile/ Hotsteppin’ – open 10pm – 3am, tickets £2 adv PLAYERS – Spoilt Brat - House, R’n’B, Old School and more, £1 Shots*, £1.50 Bottles, free entry, open til 12.30am PLUG – Jump Around - 10pm-3.30am,

£4 NUS, £5 on the door PARIS, BEG BORROW AND STEAL, CRYSTAL, THE VIPER ROOMS (Carver Street) – 1 Block party, 4 incredible venues, 1 wristband, 1 epic night, guestlist at sheffieldparties.com, 10pm–3am, £4 adv PARIS – Vibes Alive – Dubstep, hip hop, electro, UK funky mash-ups, 10pm–3am THE BOWERY – First Word, 9pm til late, free

Friday 29th

CORPORATION –Resistanz Escalation 2013 – Alien Vampires + C-Lekktor + Surgyn + Cynosic – doors open 6pm, tickets £10 adv | Drop | Anthemic | Fracture, 10pm-2.30/3am, £3.50adv/ £1 before 10:30pm/ £5 after/ £6 after 12pm CRYSTAL – Friday Flavours, all Smirnoff drinks £3! 10pm-3am, free before 11pm DQ – Shake Down, every Friday night. Entry £3 before midnight, £5 after DEMPSEYS – Nine hours of the Sheffield gay scene’s best music, 9pm6am EMBRACE – Every Friday – playing the best in Commercial, RnB, Hip Hop, Chart and Dance, £1.20 drinks all night, free entry before midnight LEADMILL – GaGa - Shiny spanking new Fridays at The Leadmill! Text MILL GAGA to 82500 for a CHEEKY DEAL SOYO – Love You – house, R&B, and chart 8pm – 12.30am STEELHOUSE – Dogs Balearics – Ibiza comes to Sheffield, Doors 8pm, free entry, £3 entry after 11.30pm SHEFFIELD STUDENTS UNION – Space - 11pm-3am, £4 adv, £5 on the door PLAYERS – Fook Me…I’m Famous - party anthems, dirty beats, soulful tunes, £2 selected drinks 8-10pm, free entry, open til 1.30am PLUG - Covert Soundsystem Sheffield’s Biggest and Busiest Friday Night Party - Covert’s residents Emilio & LJ Freeman - £3 guest list - £1 drinks, doors open 11pm, £3.50 PARIS – Baby Got Back – 90s R&B flavours, hip hop, classic beats, 90% old school joints and jams, 10% future classics - £3 before 12am, £5 after THE VIPER ROOMS – Lavish, 8pm – 3am, £4 adv, £4 & £5 on the door REPLICA – Tease – Drinks from £1, 11pm–4am THE BOWERY – Fresh Fruits, 9pm–2am, free O2 ACADEMY – The Ratells, doors open 6.30pm, tickets £4 | Propaganda – The UK’s biggest indie night brings an audio-visual extravaganza to O2

Academy Sheffield every Friday night, Tickets £5, 10:30 til 3:30am

Saturday 30th

CORPORATION – Resistanz Festival 2013 – doors open 2pm, tickets £50 adv | Reservoir Rocks | Subtitle | Mode, 10pm, £3.50 adv | Subtitle | Extreme Hardside CRYSTAL – Mixed up Saturdays with DJ Corey, 9.30pm-3am, free before 11pm DEMPSEYS – The Big Weekender, chart, pop, Euro beats, 9pm-6am DQ – Threads - unique genreless night, hosting an eclectic mix of bands and DJs EMBRACE – Play – 50% off entry, 50% off drinks until 1am LEADMILL – The Leadmill and This Feeling presents The Rifles Acoustic – doors open 7.30pm, tickets £7 includes entry to Sonic Boom | Sonic Boom – Saturday’s only indie alternative! 10.30pm–3am, £3.50 (before midnight) £5/£4 NUS (after midnight) MILL SONIC to 82500 for booze & entry offers SOYO – SOYO Saturdays – main room – house, disco, funk, Yo Bar – old skool R&B, new jack swing THE FORUM – Shook – house, R&B, pop, funk, hip hop, indie, 9pm–2am STEELHOUSE – Big Time – Doors at 8pm for Big Time drinks offers and free entry, £3 entry from 11.30–12.30 and £5 after that O2 ACADEMY – Everclear – doors open 7pm, tickets £20 standard, £55 VIP PARIS – Boudoir Sounds – soul, funk, disco, R&B, house, 10.30pm–3.30am, £4 before 12pm PLAYERS – Sin-Tillate - free entry, open til 1.30am THE HARLEY – Double Duchess with Pipes + Scott Moncrief + Whilst Other Girls + Queens of Garbage – doors open 11pm, tickets £3 PLUG - Shuffle- LJ Freeman, Ollie Hayes, Becky Hayes, Emilio, Doors 10.30pm, NUS £5 advance

Sunday 31st

DEMPSEYS – Karaoke night, 9pm-4am CORPORATION – Resistanz Festival 2013 – doors open 2pm, tickets £50 adv PLAYERS – Afterparty - the best in chart, R’n’B and dance playing all night, free entry, open til 12.30am PLUG – Love To Be… Zoo Party – Bank Holiday Special, £3.50 guest list + drinks from £1.50, doors open 11pm, tickets £3.50 THE HARLEY – Huddle present Krysko – doors open 10pm, tickets £5

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Every discerning student needs a nifty little piece of ingenious tech to get them going. We’ve scoured the oddest corners of the web to uncover the hottest gadgets you desperately need in your lives this month! Recommends

Playstation 4 发布日期及价格待定 ....................................................................

据官方消息,PlayStation 4已 经正式亮相了!不过到目前为 止它那神秘的面纱还没有被完 全揭开,对于消费者来说这可 能也算是一个好消息了吧。作 为资深游戏玩家的我们可以对 它抱有更多的期待,更多的梦 想。因为每一次PlayStation 发布的新产品都会给我们带来 耳目一新的感觉,特别是每一 次发布新游戏平台的时候,这 就像是每个游戏玩家的节日一 样,被我们争相追逐着。 那么,到目前为止我们对即将 推出的PlayStation 4又有多少 了解呢?我们不得不承认在现 在这个阶段,我们对于它的了 解有点捉襟见肘的感觉,但是 我们并不是一直在如盲人摸象 般在未知的黑暗中摸索着。这 款游戏平台最初是由索尼电 脑娱乐公司总裁兼集团首席 执行官安德鲁·豪斯(Andrew House)对外宣布的,并且宣 布的地点选择在了纽约最负盛 名的场地——汉默斯坦舞厅 (Hammerstein Ballroom)。 那么他的发言究竟告诉了我们 多少关于这个游戏平台的信息 呢?我们注意到,他发言中的 对于这款游戏平台的一个形容 吸引了全世界媒体的关注,他 说这将是世界上“最强大的平 台”。多么霸气的形容!紧接着 他又用事实加以证明,这个游 戏平台能够让“整个世界都因其 比以往还要高的保真度和饱和 度而变得生动起来”。同时, 随着新的DualShock游戏手柄 的发布和“云”游戏计划的浮出 水面,这款新的游戏平台似乎 又要在全世界游戏玩家中红极 一时了。 www.thestudentmag.co.uk

细节方面,他宣称该平台拥有8GB内存,和“ 大幅增强”的笔记本电脑GPU,这款GPU内包 含了“一个统一的18计算单位阵列,能够拥有 1.84万亿次浮点运算的处理能力,可以自由 地处理图形任务、模拟任务,甚至两者的混 合。”这一切在我看来都意味着这个产品将会 是一个出色的游戏平台。 同时,他还粗略的提到了这个产品可能在2013 年的节假日期间发布,所以这看起来似乎它将 会成为今年圣诞树下的最受欢迎的礼物了。现 在就让我们一起开始倒计时吧!

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“愤怒的小鸟”空气鱼

£5.99 www.firebox.com .................................................................... 虽然大多数社会都不认为当学生很 难,但是作为学生的我们真的很不 容易。在渴望成功和渴望交流的双 重压力之下,我们常常会感到力不 从心。这就是为什么你需要这个小 玩意儿的原因。我不得不说这个东 西看起来怪怪的,但是它拥有的单 频率震动和加热功能可以一扫我们 身上来自疼痛的压力。

£14.99 www.firebox.com .................................................................... OK,说实话,你们谁天天沉迷在“ 愤怒的小鸟”之中?不过现在,你 可以关掉你的屏幕,把它们带到你 家啦!“愤怒的小鸟”空气鱼其实是 一个愤怒的小鸟形状的氦气气球, 不过加上一个远程遥控装置,你就 可以远程操控它们了。这个气球可 以保持数周而不漏气,所以这绝对 是那些醉酒晚上的绝佳搞笑用具。

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生肖 鼠——鼠年出生的人是顺应这社会传统而生的。你们那灵巧的身 段如蜂巢般孕育着冥冥宇宙的生灵。本月,鼠年出生的你们将会 一展你们的社交才能。

To be born under the guidance of the Rat is to be born to the social tradition. The Rat, in all its small stature, acts as the hive of the universe. This month, all those born to the Rat need to spread their social wings and fly.

虎——霸气之虎是世上不可预知的神秘力量,其凶悍的天性更是 增添了它身上的恐惧之感。虎年出生的你们本月将会遇见一个不 同寻常的选择,这个选择可能会带领你们进入一个未知的领域。

The Tiger is the unpredictable element in the world; a predator by nature, you never know when it’s going to pounce. Those born to the year of the Tiger will be presented with an unusual choice this month; it might just lead them to an unpredictable conclusion.

龙——龙是色彩和光明的使者,它为那些在黑暗中苦苦追求的人 们照亮前行的路。随着三月的结束,在龙的庇佑下出生的你们可 能需要为你们周围的朋友提供一些必要的指导和帮助。

The Dragon is the herald, composed of colour and light; they illuminate the way through the minefield of life for those who find cover in the darkness. Individuals born under the light and guidance of the Dragon may need to provide some guidance of their own to others as the third month dies.

牛——牛年出生的人在众人之中仿佛掌握着宇宙之锤的力量,你 们不停地敲打,不知疲倦地敲打,将一切的恐惧抛弃在身后。天 生奋进固然很好,但是在本月你们需要懂得过犹不及的道理。

To be amongst the brethren born under the year of the Ox is to be the hammer of the cosmos - you strike hard, fast and leave only change in your wake. You are a natural go getter; however, you need to remember to not leave devastation in your wake this month.

兔——兔年出生的人是社交名流,你们用你们身上独一无二的魅力与优 雅游刃有余地出入各种社交场合。本月随着新机遇的出现,你们更是要 小心应付以获得更多回报,这也是对你们的社交技能的一次考验。

The Rabbit is life’s socialite, they twist and turn their way in social situations with effortless charm and grace. Those counted in the year of the Rabbit will see those skills put to the test this month, as a new opportunity must be handled carefully to prove dividends.

蛇——蛇在生肖中经常充被贬低为一个丑角,也经常备受人们的 争议。蛇年出生的你们在本月可能会遭受到某些争议,但是千万 不要让这打击了你,因为你们是独一无二的伟大个体。

The Snake is the black sheep of the zodiac, the often misunderstood element of the universe that draws controversy in its wake. Any born to the Snake may be the subject of their own controversy this month; don’t let it get you down, you’re unique.


马——马是宇宙的幸运之星,它在生命的川流中奔腾,像一面盾 牌一样保护着众生。马年出生的你们可能需要你们所有的幸运以 顺利渡过本月。

羊——羊的到来预示着灵魂的复兴。羊是人生的行吟诗人,且行 且唱着一首创造力之歌。羊年出生的人在本月能充分发挥其如缪 斯女神般的作用,因为你可能会激发一个杰作的诞生!

The Horse is the cosmos’ lucky charm, it gallops along through the streams and currents of life like a shield, protecting those under its auspices. Those born to the Horse are going to need all the luck they can get this month.

The coming of the Sheep signals a renaissance of the soul. The Sheep is life’s troubadour, strumming the song of creativity as it goes. Those living under the year of the Sheep will prove muses of artistry this month - you may just inspire a masterpiece!

猴——猴是生命的车轮,命运的操纵者。灵活的身手使得猴成为了最 后的赢家,它们不费吹灰之力便可顺利渡过生命的湍流。猴年出生的 你们拥有的极其强大的生存能力会替你这个月的生活增色不少。

The Monkey is the wheeler and dealer of the circle of life. Dodging and diving, the Monkey is the survivor, navigating life’s more turbulent currents with ease. If you’re born under the year of the Monkey then the ability to survive will do you credit this month.

鸡——尽管它需要唤醒和培育自然里的其他生命,但是鸡往往被证 明是生命中孤独的旅行者。它们坚强而独立,以其无与伦比的轻松姿 态面对生命的曲折。鸡年出生的你们本月会努力地奋斗,直到你们 站立在世界之巅。

Despite its need to wake and nurture others, the Rooster often proves to be life’s lone traveller, never needing others and faring the straights of the universe with unrivalled ease. When left to your own devices, if you’re born to the year of the Rooster, this month you’ll come out fighting, very much on top!

狗——除开狗的忠诚,它们往往还能以辩证的眼光看待世界。它们遗 世而独立,精明地审视着世间万物。狗年出生的你们本月需要好好思 考你们做出的评价,否则这会给你们带来更多的敌人而不是朋友。

猪——猪拥有着宇宙中无可挑剔的好。在后现代生活的混乱和浮躁 中,猪仿佛如一盏明灯,照亮着黑暗中的真实、希望以及光明。它们 拥抱着现代性的同时也拥护着传统。猪年出生的你们本月需要坚持你 们的立场去捍卫传统的价值。

The Dog, despite its loyalty, is often capable of proving to be society’s critic. The Dog stands apart, looking down upon creation in shrewd judgment. Those born to the year of the Dog need to reign in the judgement this month; it’ll make them more enemies than friends.

The Boar is all that is good in the universe. Amidst the chaos and inevitability of post-modern life, the Boar stands as a beacon, shining down with truth, hope and light. They embrace modernity, but remember and celebrate the old ways. Those born to the Boar need to get up on their soapbox and defend tradition this month.


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Eddie Brett,Sonny Jay 和Té Eugene Qhairo,是三个来自Loveable Rogues乐队的顽皮家 伙。自从他们在上一季度ITV著名节目《英国达人秀》(Britain’s Got Talent)中一战成名之 后,他们就一直忙于录制他们的第一首单曲和首张专辑的准备工作,同时他们也在各地做巡 回演出以支持Olly Murs(奥利·莫尔斯)。 在Eddie的第一场巡回演出结束后的第二天早晨, 在所有对昨晚他的表演的质疑和赞扬之下,我们抓住了几分钟时间与他聊了聊这个乐队是如 何走到今天这一步的,同时也谈了谈他们对于未来的打算。似乎在一开始就注定了Loveable Rogues现在的成功,你还记得你第一次听到他们的演唱时候的激动的心情么?

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嗨,你还好么? 我还好啦,我现在有点,我也 不知道改怎么形容。这也不算 是醉了吧,但是你是知道那种 飘飘然的感觉的,就好像我 现在的感觉还停留在昨晚一 样!? 昨晚你出去玩儿了么? 这是我们第一次的巡回演出, 所以我比较兴奋而且我的家人 都到场了。虽然我那个时候我 不能喝太多酒,因为第二天我 还要早起,但是小酌几杯之后 我就再也收不住了。不过这一 切都还是很酷的,你要知道生 活中很多事情你是控制不了 的…… 你被安排了多少个巡回演出 呢? 整整28个! 你们在《英国达人秀》上可算 是一炮而红啊。在这个节目之 前,你们几个在一起多久了? 另外,你们为什么要参加这个 节目呢? 我们认识也快4年多了吧,差 不多在我们彼此认识1年之后 才着手组建的这个乐队,所以 这个乐队已经成了3年多了。 额,我们刚开始的时候其实只 是在网上做一些视频,但是反 响还不错,所以我们就继续努 力咯。 是什么原因让你选择参加《 英国达人秀》而不是其他节 目,比如说《英国偶像》(X Factor)? 说实话,我们只是听从了上天 的安排而已。其实我们并不认 为我们会去参加什么节目,因 为我们觉得这不是我们的风 格。但是你知道有些时候我们 也会被安排去参加节目因为这 对于我们很有好处。有的时候 你需要听听观众们的意见,而 我们自己也很清楚我们希望从 这个行业获得什么东西。所以 那些能够帮助你达成你的目标 的东西,无论是什么,你都应 该去聆听,去学习。因此我们 经过再三考虑之后决定参加这 个节目,也许这对于我们来说 是一个不错的机会。

你们在节目当中只得了个第四 而不是第一,你们对于这个结 果感到失望么? 没有啊,你知道如果我是个实 力非常强的选手,我没有赢得 最后的胜利,我当然会感到很 失望。但是因为其他人都很不 强大,错了,我们想说的是其 他人都很强大,所以你不会太 计较个人得失,因为你知道你 不会每周都是那个最受欢迎的 人。这不像踢一场你的对手比 你强大的足球比赛,这不是。 在我看来他们每个人都是不一 样的独特个体,所以我感觉这 一切都很棒,这也是这个节 目让我感到的众多积极因素 之一。 节目结束之后发什么了什么? 你们是不是已经跟西蒙·考威尔 (Simon Cowell)签约了? 我们签约了,所以在夏天我们 举办了很多的小型演出,我们 用从这些演出中获得的钱去录 音室准备我们的首张专辑,然 后Ollie Murs先生给我们打电 话说“你们想要跟我们一起巡回 演出么?”我们想了想,为什么 不呢?我们喜欢这样!如今首 只单曲也快发行了,而且我们 也已经完成了所有的MV的拍 摄,日子多么幸福啊! 所以昨晚的演出是第一场么? 是啊,确实是第一场,它是在 纽卡斯尔的Metro Arena。 演出顺利么? 相当顺利的,我们现在算是有 点感觉了,就好像我们现在可 以真正成为艺术家了一样。 登上那样的舞台,你们会感到 怯场么? 事实上去大舞台表演比去小舞 台有意思多了。因为之前我们 都只在小舞台做了一些小型演 出,比如说clubs啊 pubs啊或 者在那些能够让我们站上去的 地方。在这些地方,你能看见 每个人的脸,你能感觉到其实 不是所有人都很享受你的表 演。但是在Ollie Murs的舞台 上,你能感受到每个人都很享 受演出的每一分钟,整个场地 座无虚席,音效系统也棒极 了,这样你就根本不必要去担

心其他的事情。所以我感觉一 点都不怯场,相反我的感觉想 到好,这就像一次精神享受一 样,纯粹的享受这个过程! 所以你们的第一首单曲《What A Night》将会在4月21号发行 么?这个单曲有什么值得我们 期待的么?你们歌曲的演唱格 调是什么样的? 我们都来自不同的背景,所以 我们都喜欢不同形式的音乐。 因此我们找到了一种中间路 线,比如说我们现在的演唱格 调。这种格调还是蛮受大家欢 迎的。 你们现在正在准备你们的专辑 么?什么时候它会发行? 是的,确实,我想我们快完成 了,你已经知道这个消息了? 我们已经跟我们的负责A&R的 人聊过了,等我们完成了这个 巡回演出之后,我们将会正式 讨论我们对这张专辑的看法, 以及投入更多的经历去做一些 必要的修改。总之,大体框架 和内容都已经准备好了。 你们对未来有什么打算么? 这个问题有点为难我了,因 为有太多的想法现在正在我 的脑海里翻腾!我也许会开 始学学针线活之类的,学学 如何做几顶帽子啊,或者去 看看电影……总之现在看来 未来是美好,未来也是橙色 的!(Orange公司的标语“The future’s bright – the future’s Orange”) 更多详情请登录 www.loveableroguesmusic.com

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听说你们最近上了一档 E!Network的节目,你们能具 体给我们讲讲么? Jay: 是的,我们确实上了! 这个节目是那种现实风格的节 目,不是很“卡戴珊”,但是当 我们在美国做一些其他事情的 时候,他们会跟着我们,当然 还有其他的地方不过现在我们 还不能告诉大家这些地方。 我们确实都很兴奋同时也很 紧张。 你们开始尝试拍电影了么?什 么时候大家才能看到呢? 还没呢,我们还没开始拍电 影。我觉得我们在六月份的时 候才会开始拍吧,也就是说今 年秋天的时候大家就能在电视 上看到我们的电影了。 所以你们会经常穿梭在英国 和美国之间去进行你们的宣 传咯? Tom: 是的,我们常常在这两 地跑来跑去。我们最近一直都 很忙,你知道么,去年我们一 共飞了40万公里!所以这一 切都会有一个好结果的,对 吧?! 当然,这还会带给你们一次难 得的假期呢!你们最近有什么 比较重要的活动么? Tom: 我们最近一直忙着写歌 和录歌,准备我们的新专辑。 前段时间我们真的太有效率 了,所以现在我们只是期待能 早点把样带拿回来然后稍作调 整,虽然我们很不想一切都进 行的太仓促。 听起来不错呢!

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.................................................................... 最新的一部《虎胆龙威》系列电影的 故事基本上都发生在俄罗斯,在那 里约翰·麦克莱恩(John McClane) 发现他的儿子杰克Jack已经长大成人 了。他们父子俩都受命保护一个俄 罗斯科学家科马洛夫(Komarov)从 而避免他被一个腐败的政治人物谢 尔盖(Chagarin)杀害,谢尔盖原本 计划是在科马洛夫揭露自己的罪证 之前就将其灭口。一些纠结人心的 情节,加上一点布鲁斯·威利斯式的 经典智慧,然后配以众多宏大的爆 炸场面,我想你现在算是差不多可 以领悟到这个电影的要旨了。 如果你是《虎胆龙威》系列电影的 粉丝,那么你将会无条件的爱上电 影里的动作成分。但是老实说,这 部电影跟其他几部电影一样,其情 节似乎没有那么连贯。比如说当科 马洛夫进入了地下室然后发现了大 量的浓缩铀之后,这些重要的证 据都指向了一个人,那就是谢尔 盖,这时纠结的故事情便开始了。 其实,他去这个地下室的目的是为 了获取他自己的利益。虽然这个纠 结的情节可以有很大的发展空间, 但是这已经为时已晚了,科马洛夫 能做的就只有等待麦克莱恩和他的 儿子的到来继而去发现这里面的阴 谋。话说回来,如果你是这部电影 的忠实粉丝,你可能不会在这个故 事里挑刺儿了,特别是当你深深地 沉醉在约翰·麦克莱恩与他的儿子的 微妙关系当中。不过他的儿子杰克 这个人物确实在这个动作大片里扮 演了一个重要的角色。

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这个始建于19世纪初的著名街道是 谢菲尔德历史上不可分割的一部分。 最初的时候,它是一条连接谢菲尔德 和Chapel en le Frith Trust的收费公 路。这条典型的收费公路上的第一笔 费用是在Hunters Bar里收取的,随后 在1884年收费政策逐渐被取消。接下 来的20世纪见证了这条路在城市电车 轨道线上发挥的主要作用。尽管当时 有11000名市民主动上书请愿,但这 些电车在1954年3月仍没有逃过关闭 的命运。如今,它发挥着学生文化街 的作用,街上星罗棋布的商店、酒吧 及咖啡馆每天都迎接着这座城市里的 年轻人,为他们诉说着这个城市里的 每一个古老的故事。

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你是否有点厌倦了你现在的发型,但是又 在尝试新鲜大胆的造型路上畏葸不前?你 所需要的只是一个专业的造型师去为你量 身设计适合你的发型,而不是冒失地追求 新潮。如果你还没有找到这样的一个可以 信赖的而且能够运用他们如魔法般神奇能 力让你变得光彩照人的造型师的话,那么 为什么不去HQ works美发沙龙试试呢? 谢菲尔德Ecclesall 路947号坐落着位于学生 活动中心地带的HQ Works美发沙龙,它是 一个专业的、温馨的,最重要的是一个顾 客至上的美发沙龙。走进这个波西米亚风 格的潮流地带,你立刻就能在这样一个轻 松的氛围下感觉到家的温馨,同时又在这 样专业的布置下感觉到一丝震撼。已经引 领谢菲尔德美发潮流十三余载的HQ Works 美发沙龙对美发行业、潮流趋势了如指 掌,这一切都在他们充满艺术家气息的发 型设计上显露无疑。 这个如襁褓呵护婴孩一般呵护顾客的HQ works美发沙龙充分考虑到了学生们的处 境,所以他们在最大程度上用最低廉的收

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校园热点 谢菲尔德大学 夏季体验展 这次的夏季体验展是一个不同寻常的展览。因为它作为一个开展到3月22日网络活动给广大的学生们提 供了一次独特的机会去进一步了解如何度过一个有意义的暑假的不同方式,最重要的是你足不出户就可 接触到这个活动各个方面的信息。无论你是大一新生还是大三毕业生,亦或者其他年级的学生,这里绝 对有能够吸引你的活动。活动的在线服务为那些想要寻求相关工作经验以帮助规划他们未来职业之路的 学生提供了全方位的实习计划,同时还有数不胜数的兼职机会包括海外带薪实习 以及音乐节服务人员 等等可供选择,这一切都是为了那些想要在这个暑假充分享受生活同时又能取得一定的收入的你们量身 定做的。作为一个渴望获得宝贵的工作经验和工作技能的你们,千万不要错过这个可以听取各类申请建 议以及向各类雇主提问的机会哦。

24小时喜剧周末 地点:Raynor Lounge 喜剧救济基金会(Comic Relief),谢菲尔德救济会(Sheffield RAG )联手谢大喜剧表演社团(Comedy Revue)一起重磅推出了一个24小时喜剧周末活动,此次活动开始时间为3月8号星期五,地点设 立在Raynor Lounge。各种喜剧节目将会在谢菲尔德以及英国的其他地区进行巡回演出以为今年的喜 剧救济基金会筹集善款。你可以选择购买该活动的单日票或者5.5镑的周末通票,即使你不能看完他们 的全部节目,但是这个价格绝对是物超所值。所以,来Raynor Lounge尽情的大笑吧,同时也为慈善 事业出一份力。

周二俱乐部(The Tuesday Club): Redlight和Jacques Green 三月的Tuesday Club拥有非常强大的嘉宾阵容和惊艳无比的英国舞蹈表演。深受大家喜爱的Annie Mac,Redlight以及加拿大garage-house艺术家Jacques Green等嘉宾将会在3月12日当天齐聚一堂。 如果你中意house音乐和夜店金曲,那么Redlight一定会是你的菜,Jacques Green这个如冉冉升起的 红日一样的世界DJ明星也一定会让你趁兴而来,尽兴而归。另外各种令人耳目一新的“新声音”也会同 台献艺。最重要的是,提前预定票价仅需8.25镑。还等什么?现在趁Tuesday Club 还在Leadmill的时 候赶紧去好好体验一把,不然下个学年它将会永久搬到谢大学联了。

Inspiration & Co讲座 从现在到3月13日,你将有机会参与到由那些谢菲尔德大学最受尊敬的专家们为大家带来的鼓舞人心的 讲座当中。这些讲座都是由学生们投票选择出来的精华,到目前为止它们取得了空前的成功。3月份的 主讲人包括了政治家、新闻家以及来自日耳曼研究院的专家们,这些讲座为广大的学生们提供了一扇 走进他们感兴趣的领域的大门,你能通过这扇大门学习到相关领域的相关知识,而且讲座本身并不是 设定在一个学术研究的角度之上。最重要的是,所有的讲座都是免费的,所以为什么不尝试去体验一 把新鲜的东西呢?

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谢菲尔德哈莱姆大学 2013校际 随着谢菲尔德哈莱姆大学在冬季校队比赛中获胜,谢哈现在正处于其巅峰状态而且做好了迎接今年全 年任何挑战的准备,比如说将在13号结束的3月份的比赛。去年哈莱姆的一场胜利赢得了大家对它的 信任,所以它的挑战者们更是摩拳擦掌,跃跃欲试。现在你可以下载Facebook标语来支持你所在的大 学,同时你也可以从Hubs购买一个官方2013校队T恤。支持者的战役已经在Twitter上打响,虽然谢菲 尔德大学现在稍占优势,但是要知道一切都是皆有可能的。

“百态”哈莱姆 ITV的著名节目《名人百态》(Celebrity Juice)将会在3月3日以一个主题之夜的形式在Walkabout 举行,这次活动将只对谢菲尔德哈莱姆大学学生开放,其目的是为了给英国癌症研究会(Cancer Research)筹集资金。届时将设立会两个小组及一个主持人,欢迎所有谢哈的学生前来观看。门票价 格为3.5镑,同时还提供各种酒水饮料优惠,想必它定是一个充满了乐趣的夜晚。这次活动将在晚上7点 30分开始,所以跟平常的夜生活相比,它应该是一个不错的选择。另外谢菲尔德本土的“Sour Cherry” 也将参加此次活动!

2013谢菲尔德哈莱姆校园艺 今年谢哈的校园艺术节将会在3月4号到10号之间举行,这是一个谢哈学子们展示他们的才能和多样性 的独一无二的机会。为期一周的艺术节将举行各种活动包括舞蹈、烹饪、诗歌、喜剧表演等等。同时, 还有互动式的工作坊可供学生们选择,在这里即使你没有任何相关经验,你也可以亲身尝试各种不同的 活动。这次节日同时还是一次展示谢菲尔德哈莱姆大学这个充满了创造力的高等学府的机会,并且它还 有助于让更多的人融入到这个集体之中。

谢菲尔德杂技社团集会 地点:the Hubs 3月9日全天,在Hubs里将会有各种有趣的杂技表演。在场的工作坊也会给大家传授各种杂技技巧,并 且在晚上将会有同学们的余兴节目表演来展示他们当天所学。如果对于你来说真正的参加到这个活动 不是太吸引人,那么活动后的化装舞会肯定能挑起你的欲望。更何况还提供免费的蛋糕,有趣的面具 和各式服装道具。提前预定的话票价是每人8镑,而且欢迎所有人都前来一展身手,即使你完全没有经 验也没有关系。另外,如果你是该社团的会员,那么还另有会员折扣提供。

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