Surya Varatharajan is a Third Year PPE student at St. Aidan’s College. His music has been played on several BBC radio stations – including a feature on the BBC Introducing Mixtape, hand-picked by BBC Radio 6’s Tom Robinson.
Get ready for Valentine's Day with this playlist all about love. "Whether it is love for the universe, troubled feelings, unrequited romances, madly in love or just plain sick of it, I’m sure you’ll find something to whet your teeth on."
Your up-to-date guide to some of the live music events happening around Durham in February. Featuring a variety of acts - from indie to jazz, to R&B.
In a rare extended interview with Palatinate Music, the members of Moon Hooch give their thoughts on everything from musical expression, the recording process and what music really means.
"Gotten over the hurdles of asking how everyone’s New Years and Christmas have been? Still wanting to put off work and not get quite into the uni slog just yet? Look no further."
The lead guitarist of No Hot Ashes talks to Palatinate about the challenges of building up support as an unsigned act and the importance of engaging with music for schoolchildren.
Hailing from Eastbourne, ROAM are a five-piece outfit who specialise in melodic pop-punk, akin to the likes of Knuckle Puck, Trash Boat, and Boston Manor.