Tag Archives: Music

Coffee House Sessions: April Keen

If you happened to spend Valentine’s Day afternoon with a pint at the Swan, you were in for quite a treat: London-based singer/songwriter April Keen stopped by for a Coffee House Sessions gig and spread lots of acoustic love with her charming indie-pop songs. After the gig, the 19-year- old told The Linc about life […]

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In the Spotlight: CRUISR

The Linc brings some of the most underappreciated bands of today into the spotlight, for this week, its American band ‘CRUISR’. This will be the last ‘In The Spotlight’ before Valentine’s day 2017, so if you’re planning last ditch displays of affection, I’ve looked high and low to find you the perfect backing track for […]

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The Linc’s In The Spotlight: D.I.D

The Linc brings some of the most underappreciated bands of today into the spotlight, this week, none other than ‘D.I.D’.

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Spotify reveals the top 2016 song Lincoln students loved this year

The music streaming service Spotify has released a university league table, which reveals the top five songs students at the University of Lincoln fell in love with in 2016.

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Review: OneRepublic – Oh My My

U.S. band OneRepublic are back with their long-awaited fourth album.

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Review: Devine Femenism – Mac Miller

Less than a year after GO:OD AM, Mac Miller has released another album. Adding to his well-established discography, his fourth album The Divine Feminine features something we haven’t seen from Mac in a while.

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Track Spotlight: Teriyaki – Get Inuit

I have bad news for champions of Japanese food – ‘Teriyaki’ is not a song based on the beautiful art of oriental cooking. Instead, it’s another string to Get Inuit’s ever expanding bow.

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Scouting For Girls make a triumphant return to Lincoln

Scouting For Girls is, for many, a band that brings back memories of the early noughties and the old-style mp3 players. A group that has written songs everyone knows and secretly loves to sing along to.

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10 festival hacks you need in your life

British summer might not be here in full just yet, but festival season sure is, and Zhenya Nikolova knows all about how to make the most of it.

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Alias Kid on their first Lincoln show

After recording and releasing their first full album in 2015, Alias Kid are heading off on their very first solo tour – and stopping off at Lincoln along the way.

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