Articles written by: JAKE GRAHAM

How does Universal Credit affect society’s most vulnerable?
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How does Universal Credit affect society’s most vulnerable?

The latest Welfare reform (source: Derwentside Homes) Universal Credit is a fundamental change to the UK’s welfare system which has been a wide-spread source of controversy since its inception. The reform, […]

NE Volume celebrates its second anniversary with live music event
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NE Volume celebrates its second anniversary with live music event

Teesside music magazine NE Volume is to celebrate its two-year anniversary with a day of live music at the ARC in Stockton on September 9 2017. NE Volume offers music […]

Breakin’ Outta Hell: After a three-year wait, Airbourne fans get their fix of hard, loud metal
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Breakin’ Outta Hell: After a three-year wait, Airbourne fans get their fix of hard, loud metal

Album Breakin’ Outta Hell Band Airbourne Genre Hard Rock Tside Rating: ECCENTRIC Aussie rockers Airbourne are back with their latest record, Breakin’ Outta Hell. Kicking things off with the title […]

‘Everything good about the North East is here in London, but in a bigger abundance’: why one musician headed South to achieve success in the music industry
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‘Everything good about the North East is here in London, but in a bigger abundance’: why one musician headed South to achieve success in the music industry

Although the North East has seen some major success in the music industry in the past, it can’t be denied that the region is often overlooked in favour of other […]

‘Not very rock ‘n’ roll’: Martin Sharman tells the story of Gateshead band Ten Degrees of Pitch
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‘Not very rock ‘n’ roll’: Martin Sharman tells the story of Gateshead band Ten Degrees of Pitch

Ten Degrees of Pitch are a Gateshead-based rock band who draw influence from many sub-genres, including alternative, grunge, American Country and British Blues. After playing the circuit in the North […]

Why not spend your summer helping people overseas?
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Why not spend your summer helping people overseas?

Struggling to fill your Summer break? Why not Volunteer overseas? APART from work placements, part-time jobs and partying, the months between the end of your university year and the start […]