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What do you want to think? What you read makes you what you are. Sounds a bit strident we know, but we believe it.
Looking around, a lot of the writing on art, culture, music, and politics seems to be coming from the same hymn sheet of careerist backslapping and uncritical thought. Come on people, let’s bring some real ecstatic petulance, atavistic joy and just plain old inspiring writing back into mix.
Trebuchet is about the joy of discovery, the energy of creation and the recognition that comes from being good.
Trebuchet’s writers are university lecturers, record label owners, gallery curators, professional journalists, avid readers and you. We’re here for anyone who wants to look under the hood of culture, check the points and plugs, and take it for a spin in any direction home. This is deep play for the creative savage.
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A population of endangered giant tortoises, which once dwindled to just over a dozen, has recovered on the Galapagos island of Españolread more
My maximum beats per minute is between 200 and 210bpm, anything past that I feel doesn’t carry any feeling.read more
Individual icequakes at the glacier base can exhibit harmonic properties.read more
It is the festival of Samhain from whence our contemporary experience of Hallowe’en stemsread more
Text message reminders to take malaria medication can help fight the disease by boosting the rates at which patients complete their medication regimenread more
Just the fact that so many people are so into us being back is awesome! Considering we’re a shitty underground band from Corby, it’s pretty amazing that so many people still care.read more
Efforts towards sustainability would be directed more productively towards reducing our impact as much as possible through technological and social innovationread more
Unlike lesser bands who attempt derivative pastiches of the sounds of 70s progressive rock or 80s post-punk, Trojan Horse actually capture the spirit of the thingsread more
Scientists have created cells with fluorescent dyes that change color in response to specific neurochemicals.read more
The final word is this was a truly historic evening for music, and Vivaldi’s reputation to wow audiences shines undimmed.read more