Album Review: The Afghan Whigs – Do to the Beast

Album Review: The Afghan Whigs – Do to the Beast

Artist: The Afghan Whigs Album: Do to the Beast Tracks: 10 Release Date: 15th April 2014 Label: Sub Pop Records Those of you that aren't aware of The Afghan Whigs or have never lis ...

An interview with Nicholas Pomeroy

An interview with Nicholas Pomeroy

  Photo by Nicholas Pomeroy Nicholas Pomeroy is a 24 year old photographer who is based in West London. His style of capturing in-the-moment photographs developed from inspira ...

Titanfall – The Review (Xbox One)

Titanfall – The Review (Xbox One)

Page One: The Basics: Story, Controls and Characters Page Two: The Details: Weapons, Page Three: Game Modes, Rating As many of you may know I have been waiting for Titanfall since ...

EP Review: Patrons – Patrons

EP Review: Patrons – Patrons

Artist: Patrons EP: Patrons Tracks: 3 Release Date: 31st March Label: I Hate Records In 2013, long term friends and university dropouts/dead-end job workers finally gave up the cas ...

Single Review: Shambles In A Husk – Medications

Single Review: Shambles In A Husk – Medications

If you haven't heard of Shambles In A Husk (and don't worry, I hadn't either), then I'll tell you now, you've been missing out. The Glasgow-based quartet are aural warfare on a mag ...

Interrupted Landscapes & Curious Continuous

Interrupted Landscapes & Curious Continuous

Photo by Miri Stevens If you're looking for some fresh new photography to check out in Bristol, look no further than Photographique. Situated on the idealistic Clare Street in the ...

News: Report uncovers Steam’s hidden stats

News: Report uncovers Steam’s hidden stats

For the past two months Ars Technica have been conducting a poll of the Steam user base. The results were published yesterday, revealing some interesting statistics concerning Stea ...

Album Review: The Afghan Whigs – Do to the Beast

Artist: The Afghan Whigs Album: Do to the Beast Tracks: 10 Release Date: 15th April 2014 Label: Sub Pop Records Those of you that aren't aware of The Afghan Whigs or have never listened to them, they are a seven-piece alternative rock band originating from Cincinnati, Ohio. They began their career in 1986, which shines through in a lot of their earlier music, which contains elements of dark-wave, and strain ...

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An interview with Nicholas Pomeroy

  Photo by Nicholas Pomeroy Nicholas Pomeroy is a 24 year old photographer who is based in West London. His style of capturing in-the-moment photographs developed from inspirations in his younger years to snatching snippets of reality out and about with his friends. Perfectly encompassing the joy associated with imagery and emotion, Nicholas told me a little more about his work, and why it's so importa ...

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Titanfall – The Review (Xbox One)

Page One: The Basics: Story, Controls and Characters Page Two: The Details: Weapons, Page Three: Game Modes, Rating As many of you may know I have been waiting for Titanfall since the moment it was announced with bated breath. I was extremely excited because I, like many others, have been getting incredibly bored with every First-Person-Shooter (FPS). Titanfall proposed a solution to that problem. It gave u ...

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EP Review: Patrons – Patrons

Artist: Patrons EP: Patrons Tracks: 3 Release Date: 31st March Label: I Hate Records In 2013, long term friends and university dropouts/dead-end job workers finally gave up the cash registers and essays to pick up their instruments, giving birth to the band 'Patrons'. Quickly they've emerged from the ocean city of Plymouth and in a short period of time have installed themselves as a post-hardcore punk band ...

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Single Review: Shambles In A Husk – Medications

If you haven't heard of Shambles In A Husk (and don't worry, I hadn't either), then I'll tell you now, you've been missing out. The Glasgow-based quartet are aural warfare on a magnificent scale. They are loud, brash, melodic and fast, and when considering that they list Converge, The Dillinger Escape Plan and Adebisi Shank in their wide and eclectic range of influences, this isn't the biggest surprise in t ...

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