Lupen Crook – Waiting for the Post-Man

Dark poetry is blended with Goth folk in an attempt to produce a subtle emotive sound. However this self-infatuated and fatuous musical narrative is really just a simple and desperate plea for your...

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Dissecting Dyslexia: Linking reading to voice recognition

Research shows dyslexia involves difficulty processing language sounds in dyslexic brains. When people recognize voices, part of what helps make voice recognition accurate is noticing how people...

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Wave power can drive Sun’s intense heat

A new study sheds light on why the Sun’s outer atmosphere, or corona, is about 200 times hotter than its surface. The research, led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), may...

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Purity and Purpose: Dillinger Escape Plan interview.

Dillinger Escape Plan get set to rock UK audiences. For a significant number of heavy music fans there are only two bands that really mattered over the last ten years; Meshuggah and Dillinger Escape...

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Evanescence announce UK Tour!

Following a three-year sabbatical after the multi-platinum, worldwide success of their sophomore effort, The Open Door, Evanescence went into the studio on April 11th this year to begin recording...

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Motorhead Frontman’s Side Project HEADCAT London Show

Headcat! to Play London.  Slim Jim Phantom , well known from the Stray Cats , Danny B. Harvey from Lonesome Spur and The Rockats and Lemmy Kilmister / Motörhead have teamed up in a...

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Rhianna announces Calvin Harris for 2011 Tour

Today it has been announced that Calvin Harris will appear as Special Guest on Rihanna’s record breaking ‘Loud’ tour this coming autumn. Calvin Harris has had a crazy few years with...

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S.C.U.M. – Electrowerkz 13th July

S.C.U.M weave noise and wonder. S.C.U.M. have built something that few bands ever manage, mystery. Dazzling the UK press isn’t as easy as one imagines and in many cases is dependant on winning...

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Pinkunoizu Sign to FULL TIME HOBBY

Pinkunoizu Sign to FULL TIME HOBBY Full Time Hobby are proud to announce the latest addition to their roster: Pinkunoizu. Named for the Japanese word for “pink noise”, the amorphous,...

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The Passing of the Amy Winehouse Object 1983-2011

Remembering Winehouse as either the tabloid-splashed mental wreck or as the misunderstood musical genius archetype the press is already constructing, is unfair and ultimately disrespectful....

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Emika – Pretend/Professional Loving

After her interpretation of Amon Tobin's 'Surge', Emika's Pretend' comes as something of an uneasy shock. The track is taken from her forthcoming album, entitled simply...

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Into the Unknown: Youth Lagoon – July

Usually when I come to write this piece I put the featured song on the stereo and engross my mind in it, trying to glean every nuance and groove from the song, no need this time. I believe I’ve...

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Jim Ward – of At The Drive In/Sparta – new album

JIM WARD: Brand new album and bonus disc – ‘Quiet In the Valley, On the Shores the End Begins’ Bringing together his critically acclaimed EP trilogy, Xtra Mile Recordings’ new...

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Coen Brothers masterpiece ‘O Brother Where Art Thou?’ Soundtrack Re-Released

GRAMMY® ALBUM OF THE YEAR FOR 2001, O Brother, Where Art Thou?  CELEBRATES 10TH ANNIVERSARY WITH expanded two-CD DELUXE EDITION – NEW BONUS DISC INCLUDES 12 previously unreleased...

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Make Better Music 53: The Software Trap

fter a slightly wild couple of days defending myself from various opinions on last weeks article, I’ve decided to go over what I was saying and clarify a few points that I possibly didn’t make...

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Noel Gallagher’s new Video available here

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Release First Single "The Death of You and Me" 21st August.  “My manager asked me who the High Flying Birds are. They aren’t anyone...

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The Selecter pull Amy Winehouse tribute single.

Tribute to Amy Winehouse that tragically coincided with the singers Untimely Death.  The flip-side of The Selecter’s limited edition double A-side 7” vinyl, “Back To...

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Benjamin Shaw – Download free single!

Lo-fi sadcore enthusiast Benjamin Shaw is offering a free download of his single 'When I Fell Over In The City' to Trebuchet readers. You can download via here...

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Sonar 2011: Triumph of the Hype.

It's a sad if not tragic irony that a“Festival of Advanced Music and Multimedia Art” should (also) be the site of mass cultural and social regression, but the longer you spend at...

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NASA mission to Mars completes major milestone

A $670 million NASA orbiting mission to probe the past climate of Mars led by the University of Colorado Boulder reached a major milestone last week when it successfully completed its Mission...

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Suicide Silence – The Black Crown, London.

"I don’t want to sound like a fucking dinosaur or a pig for 45 minutes and no one know what the fuck I’m saying" Trebuchet magazine interviews Mitch Lucker...

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Feeling Good? Positive emotion in bipolar disorder.

Can feeling too good be bad? Positive emotion in bipolar disorder. Positive emotions like joy and compassion are good for your mental and physical health, and help foster creativity and friendship....

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NASA’s Next Mars Rover to Land at Gale Crater

NASA's next Mars rover will land at the foot of a layered mountain inside the planet's Gale Crater. The car-sized Mars Science Laboratory, or Curiosity, is scheduled to launch late this year...

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Klive – Sweaty Psalms

Nothing if not ambitious, the scope of Klive's debut album overwhelms. Originally self-released in 2008, Klive's Sweaty Psalms is now enjoying a European release via Mille Plateaux, offering...

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Hevy Fest: Dillinger Escape Plan!

Recommended by Trebuchet! This years festival looks to be quite special. Hevy Fest is already shaping up to be one of THE music festivals of the Summer. Already boasting 11 UK FESTIVAL EXCLUSIVES,...

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Flower fluffers: Hampton Court Flower Show

Tumescent Blossoms and Dripping Petals. Photographer Rob Mann discovers the seedy side of the Hampton Court Flower Show. I am thoroughly enjoying Hampton Court Flower show, from gratuitous marketing...

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Viewing Violence: The Beginning of David Otokpa

David Otokpa is not yet a name known to many outside the London graduate photography scene. However, with his vivid Fight Club series he has already won over a number of high profile advocates and...

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The ‘13’ Rules of Left and Learning.

When strange rituals become rules, and rules become superstition.  I have a list in my head of things that make a good man.  The ability to play a good F chord, all frets barred, no muted...

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‘Dear Curator’: Exhibition Do’s and Don’ts with Sara Raza

Artists want to be curators & curators want to be artists....

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Make Better Music 52: Practice vs. The Software Trap

It occurred to me the other day, after I’d picked up my guitar for the first time in a while, and for the first time in my life my skills had noticeably diminished. I’ve not played much for a...

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