FORGET ABOUT EXAMS AND GET HYPED FOR MAY WEEK.
Stay tuned for anything and everything you’ll need to know about this year’s May Week – set to be the best yet, as usual.
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Update (27th April): Bondax to headline Corpus
Corpus 2015: Party of a Lifetime have released their headliner.
It is none other than the electronic duo, Bondax.
Rising stars in the electronic music scene, Bondax have been compared with acts such as Disclosure, Gorillax and LCD Soundsystem with their “clean, ambient and souful” sound. They’ve also headlined stages at Latitude and Bestival.
If you’re looking for a taste of this years act, their most recent single, ‘All I See’ is available online. It’s been described as “pure electronic sunshine”.
Corpus’ stage will also be supported by Londoner Alex Metric, an internationally in-demand producer, remixer and DJ.
And the final support act described by i-D as ‘our very own generation’s Mariah Carey’ will be KStewart.
Looks like an interesting mix for this years ‘From Innocence to Experience’ themed June event.
Update (26th April): Pembroke announce act
Little Comets have been announced as the first headline act for Pembroke.
The Comets first rose to fame back in 2009, receiving praise from the likes of Zane Lowe when their single hit the independent charts.
You however probably know them best as being “that band that did that song from that Radox advert”.
In other end-of-term news, Stephen Fry will be speaking at the Sidney Sussex Arts Festival, alongside Sebastian Faulks and Judith Weir.
What we know so far (22nd April)
The Fratellis will be headlining Magdalene.
Trinity Hall June Event will be hosting Annie Mac.
Strawberries and Creem Festival will have both Skepta and the legendary Grandmaster Flash.
MORE TO COME.
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