HUNOW Documentary Release: The Evolution of the Music Industry

HUNOW Documentary Release: The Evolution of the Music Industry

https://youtu.be/Gyxhn7s_wZA Just released, The Evolution of the Music Industry documents a snapshot of the changes happening in the world of audio. Chronicling topics ranging from ...

An Interview with Fins A Luminous

An Interview with Fins A Luminous

Continuing to create a sound that is as mysterious as it is diverse, Brit duo Fins A Luminous are back with two fresh tracks that are, whilst remaining vastly different, equally as ...

An Interview With The Computers

An Interview With The Computers

Hailing from Exeter, The Computers are a rock band whose sound has progressed from a hardcore punk genre to more of a blues and soul vibe, whilst maintaining the catchy riffs that ...

Film Review: Carol

Film Review: Carol

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=679wr31SXWk Hype can be a dangerous thing. Inflated expectations can lead to inflated disappointment. I have been looking forward to watching Carol  ...

Aesthetica Short Film Festival: Top 10

Aesthetica Short Film Festival: Top 10

[caption id="attachment_13467" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Credit: ASFF promotional collage[/caption] The Aesthetica Short Film Festival was held in York once again this year ...

Photos: Never Shout Never – Warped Tour UK 2015

Photos: Never Shout Never – Warped Tour UK 2015

[gallery type="slideshow" ids="13450,13451,13452,13453,13454,13455"] This year we caught Never Shout Never's set at Warped Tour UK. The Missouri band played their acoustic and regg ...

Review: Warped Tour UK 2015

Review: Warped Tour UK 2015

Warped Tour will forever be special– whilst it’s only a taster of its American counterpart, the UK show consists of a variety of new and old talent that is key to keeping the alter ...

Encounters at the End of the World (2008) Review

By Daniel Good As Werner Herzog informs us in his opening sequence, this is no ordinary film about Antarctica. Whilst this film seeks to show us the beauty of the continent alongside the incredible research that is undertaken there, Herzog’s focus lies firmly within his human subjects. It becomes apparent that although people move to Antarctica in the name of discovery, most of what they find is within them ...

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Film Review: The Dark Knight Rises

By Daniel Good The phenomenal success (both critically and commercially) of The Dark Knight was always going to be something of a burden for its follow up. The former set a benchmark in the superhero genre and as the most anticipated film of 2012 there was an awful lot of expectation, the stakes were higher and there was further to fall should it not deliver, but it did. The Dark Knight Rises managed to tak ...

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Jordan Ivey: A Graphic Communicator

"If you give a good designer a sharp pencil he can achieve anything," says 20-year-old graphic designer Jordan Ivey. Ivey started practising in graphic design at the age of 15, designing identities for local bands. This was a task that required motivation and networking,  a demonstration of his ability to follow-up his interests from a young age. As with a huge number of creative professions, Ivey uses a lo ...

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Music review: Krank (Stoner rock)

Based in Cornwall this self-dubbed stoner rock project 'Krank' consists of Emlyn Foley (Vocals/Keyboard) and Tony Toller (Guitar). The genre title of stoner rock may not entirely do this duo justice as it is bound to alienate a certain demographic. However, the pair (Who have been part of other award-winning musical projects such as Eribus) have let their content speak for itself. With bass-filled riffs of ...

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Live Review: The Red Hot Chili Peppers (Live at Knebworth House, England, 23.06.2012)

Knebworth House, a venue that has been used by many greats including Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, has played host to another world-class band - The Red Hot Chili Peppers. The Chili Peppers came on to an eager crowd, opening with 'Monarchy of Roses' after fans had waited for numerous hours. It's clear that the band know how to keep the momentum of their shows as this was followed by the gut-rumbling bass not ...

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