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Album Review: Atlas Losing Grip – Currents

Artist: Atlas Losing Grip Album: Currents Tracks: 14 Release Date: 16 January 2015. Label: Cargo Records Now, I’ll be honest at the outset here – Atlas Losing Grip isn’t the sort of band I would generally listen to, it’s not my genre-of-choice these days. And that may explain why I struggled to come up with the ‘headline’ for this review somewhat. At times, I felt like this album could be about to erupt int ...

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Coming soon: Game of Thrones Series 3 on the Way

The third series of HBOs critically acclaimed Game of Thrones  (GoT) is on the way, with the first episode set to premiere on 31st March. Unfortunately for us in the UK, we have to wait until 1st April... Not much of a delay, but I know that extra day will be a long one for a lot of fans out there. This series will be based on the first half of George RR Martins A Storm of Swords, the third book of his A So ...

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Rumours: Fallout 4 on the way?

It's been an interesting week for me, my brother and the other millions of Fallout  fans across the globe. The rumours started flying last week, when Erik Todd Dellums (The voice of Three Dog in Fallout 3) tweeted "To all my #Fallout3 and #ThreeDog fans: There may be more of the Dog coming soon! Fingers crossed!". This was followed by another tweet "How was that for a tease! I was given permission to releas ...

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Film Review: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Director:  Peter Jackson. Running Time: 169 minutes. Starring: Ian McKellen, Martin Freeman, Richard Armitage, Hugo Weaving, Christopher Lee, Cate Blanchett. The long awaited follow up to Peter Jacksons Lord of the Rings  (LotR) trilogy has been doing its rounds in the cinema for a little while now, but I've only just managed to see it. Poor effort, I know. The Hobbit  is actually a prequel, following the a ...

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Feature: Looking closer, Joe Bonamassa.

I often see people complaining about the lack of real, good music around these days. I often hear people complaining that they wish they'd been born back in the 60's or 70's, so they could have seen the arrival of the likes of Hendrix, The Beatles and Clapton... I often see a lot of people ignoring a wealth of fantastic music that they're too lazy to find for themselves. How about a guy that opened shows fo ...

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