Gauntlet Hair’s Free download! Top Bunk.

Gauntlet Hair's Self-Titled Debut Due October 17. Download Free MP3 For "Top Bunk". Over the last year and a half, Gauntlet Hair has seen its noise-pop anthems released on 7"s...

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Stateless – I’m on Fire EP

Symphonic electronica and beguiling voices – 'I'm on Fire' feeds the spirit. There really is a lot of range on this five-track EP. Hell, there's more range in each one of the...

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Make Better Music 57: Counterpoint

I regard writing fine counterpoint as a bit of a lost art. In some ways it’s largely redundant in todays music, where single ideas right up front are generally king. This is not any kind of rant...

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Sonisphere, UK 2011: Giant Slayer Or Fish Out Of Water?

This years Sonisphere Festival at Knebworth House, Hertfordshire, boasted one of the greatest line-ups I have ever seen at any British music festival. With their highly anticipated first ever visit...

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Our-Merica 4: Imaginings of America

"I believe America's best days are ahead of us because I believe that the future belongs to freedom, not to fear." – John Kerry Images By Our Bartlett....

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Ultra-Thatcherite Ultra-Violence

As even Britain's kleptocratic party leaders have now been forced to admit, various modes of corruption and anti-social criminality are not confined to gangs or underclasses. Context There's...

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Bloodstock 2011

Blinded by the righteous black Bloodstock 2011 gathers the tribes. ...

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Make Better Music 56: Celebrating the Old

I wonder how it feels to be making music after fifty or even sixty active years. Some people have gone on even longer - Elliot Carter is about to turn 103 and is still an active composer - what can...

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The Deer Tracks- The Archer Trilogy Part 2

When is Pop not pop? Swedish duo The Deer Tracks are an unusual proposition, blending hook-laden, high-gloss pop with glitchy folktronica and esoteric sonic constructions. Though crafting tunes that...

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Jono McCleery – There Is

Jono McCleery delivers a classic album in There Is. SBTRKT, Jamie Woon, hell, even Radiohead. The fan of beguiling male vocals set against beats is suddenly well-catered for. Jono McCleery's...

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David Lynch threatens to release whole album

Visionary filmmaker David Lynch will make his solo debut as a musical artist this fall with Crazy Clown Time. With his previous efforts being rather shaky it's a wonder what this latest grouping...

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Our-Merica 3: Imaginings of America

"This is the story of America. Everybody's doing what they think they're supposed to do." – Jack Kerouac, On the Road Images By Our Bartlett. http://www.ourbartlett.co.uk...

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Life in an Age of Looting: London 2011

Life in an Age of Looting: "Some Will Rob You with a Sixgun and Some with a Fountain Pen" As the poor of Britain rise in a fury of inchoate rage and stock exchanges worldwide experience...

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Make Better Music 55: Back to Basics

Imbue your music with your passion. If you don’t have a passion for making music, then leave it to those who do. Fill your music to the brim with all the emotion, drive, energy, love, enthusiasm...

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The Paper Doll Militia: Aerial Theatre

No Strings Attached: Nomadic performers bring aerial theatre to new heights. Aerial theatre which blends mystery, childlike wonder, technical mastery and whimsical beauty The Paper Doll Militia work...

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Disorder is key to nanotube mystery: Water into wine

Caltech researchers find that disorder is key to nanotube mystery. Scientists often find strange and unexpected things when they look at materials at the nanoscale—the level of single atoms and...

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Looking for Causes of Teenage Alienation: See Television

For proof that rejection, exclusion, and acceptance are central to our lives, look no farther than the living room, says Nathan Dewall, a psychologist at the University of Kentucky.  "If...

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Bending Frames: The Sculpture of Henry Moore at Hatfield

Anthropomorphic forms and reclining figures appear as you  gaze over mazes and walk down leafy ceiling-ed pathways, wandering through different garden worlds; this weekend I went back to my...

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Superscience: Effortless sailing with fluid flow cloak

Duke engineers have already shown that they can "cloak" light and sound, making objects invisible — now, they have demonstrated the theoretical ability to significantly increase the...

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Our-Merica 2: Imaginings of America

"In a country as big as the United States, you can find fifty examples of anything." – Jeffery F. Chamberlain. Images By Our Bartlett. http://www.ourbartlett.co.uk...

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Damned Mosquitoes, Damned Frailty

Ill again. After 2 and a half months I hadn’t been sick once, and now it’s twice in two weeks. This time I think it’s a mixture of something I ate and the fact that I got eaten...

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Hey Colossus – RRR

Some albums create such a palpable atmosphere of pure rebellious force they create a burning sensation in your chest; Hey Colossus’ RRR is rock and roll firewater....

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Make Better Music 54: Exile On Mickey Street

Another interesting realisation, specific to time spent in a Disneyland Resort, is that it is hard to feel anything but happy when the air is constantly filled with ragtime, pumped out into the...

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Dalston Riot: DELS (featuring Roots Manuva) – Capsize

As this review is being written, Tweetdeck's pop-up window appears repeatedly to comment on the Tottenham, now Dalston, and seemingly soon-to-be Hackney riots. The tweets range in their tone from...

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Bacteria used to produced nano-tech electrical wires

Research team discovers new conducting properties of bacteria-produced wires. The discovery of a fundamental, previously unknown property of microbial nanowires in the bacterium Geobacter...

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Free Single by Remember Remember

Partially Exclusive to Trebuchet readers we present a Free Track Download. John Candy by Remember Remember: Stream // Download // Press Release: Based in Glasgow, Scotland, Remember Remember return...

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Gunfire in the studio: Shooting film, photons & 12-bores

I’m often asked, ‘What are the best bits about being an artist?’ A glance in the mirror after my day in the studio typically reveals a tired face peering out from beneath a...

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The Arts of Life They Changed Into the Arts of Death

As of late, Pat Robertson has been waxing apocalyptic regarding mankind's imminent reckoning with wrathful divinity… …while liberals have been sharing scary bedtime stories by the...

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Crass member announce Nov 2011 show

In 2007, I got a call asking me if I wanted to play at a punk festival in the North of England.   I didn't even have a band at the time, hadn't played a gig in ages.  It took me...

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Matriculation and the Turning of the Soil

We are having a matriculation ceremony on Thursday, and suddenly the university is a hive of activity. I swear more has been done in the last week than in the previous two months.  Most if it is...

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