Lost Clint Mansel soundtrack sees light.

Previously unreleased film score from critically acclaimed contemporary composer Clint Mansel (Pop Will Eat Itself) Music From the Motion Picture Last Night – Released April 16th 2012...

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Bill Drummond podcasts Damascus in London

Bill Drummond's Damascus (2012) in London art-music project twisted the rules of internet-age event management....

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Reclaiming The Commons: Part 1

The USA gets its own version of the Criminal Justice Bill, only there are no riots, merely more faces buried in iPhone screens. Reclaiming The Commons: Human Lessons in the Era of Corporatism and...

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Inverloch – debut new song

INVERLOCH:  Debut New Song Melbourne, Australia’s doom-dwellers INVERLOCH (featuring 2/4 of the legendary diSEMBOWELMENT) have premiered a new track from their upcoming debut mini-LP...

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Brighton’s Great Escape Host ‘DIY’ Music Forum

'You've got to think of yourself as a brand, man. And, like, put download links on your FaceBook page and GO VIRAL!' Finding a way to make the music industry work for you takes more than...

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Into the Unknown: The Fall

Regular Trebuchet column Into the Unknown takes a rare look back, and picks The Fall's 'Reformation' for closer scrutiny. Reformation Omnipresent, the veterans, the journeymen of British...

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Karim Park – Electro Goth Free Single

Swedish electro-goth princess Karin Park has announced the release of her highly anticipated album ‘Highwire Poetry’ on the 28th May. Following the release of her UK debut last September...

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General Surgery:  ‘A Collection of Depravation’ Full Album Streaming Online

General Surgery:  ‘A Collection of Depravation’ Full Album Streaming Online Swedish goregrind legends GENERAL SURGERY are currently streaming their entire singles compilation A...

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A healthier home? Just move out.

Want to reduce the percentage of bacteria in your home the easy way? Go outside. Just having a human in the room can add up to 37 million bacteria to the air every hour, although it's possible...

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Prayers and Promises: An Academic in Africa

Our resident screamer has been upping the ante of late and I heard a live performance for the first time the other night.  George had just finished moving to the third bedroom (a saga in itself,...

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Chilis Cut Cholesterol

Bring it ON!!! Chili peppers, we love them already, but it turns out that they're good for us too. Well, we knew they had to be. Apart from being the best way to clear up a blocked nose (eating...

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Electric Deluxe Releases [Techno]

Codex Europa reviews a series of techno releases on Speedy J's Electric Deluxe imprint Speedy J's Electric Deluxe is a reliable label that continues to issue a steady flow of thoughtful,...

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Investors look to Twitter for Data

The next generation of financial investors will plan their strategy according to Twitter data. If knowing what people had for breakfast, when they last went to the bathroom, and their favourite links...

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Soundgarden European Tour and New Single

Back together, back on tour, and a new single out in a month. Soundgarden's lyricism always set them slightly apart from the slew of 90s grunge-rock bands. More by accident than design, the band...

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Trace Elements: The Others

I caught the closing minutes of a TV property show last night. A couple had chosen (for couple, read girlfriend) the new home they were going to move into, with the main criteria being she wanted a...

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Bang On!: [Sic]

And, like many gobby kids with a sharp wit and an audience, he gets carried away at times. 'Picking fatties with big racks/ to lick their piss flaps/ like Johnny Vegas in drag' flies past, sexist and...

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New insight into male pattern baldness

Bald men insist it's a sign of virility. All that rubbing against the headboards, dontcha know? Still, it might be worth looking a touch less vigourous in return for a full pelt, no? A new study...

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Loitered Lens: Icarus Line

A band at their peak in full force… Icarus Line burns up the stage.  Icarus Line are becoming the new band to catch this season. Supporting Killing Joke on the 8th of March at the...

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Mega-wasp, coming to a litterbin near you

Mega-wasp, coming to a litterbin near you...

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Furyon: Interview

Furyon singer/frontman Matt Mitchell explains all to Trebuchet interview Meltem. ...

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Spare tyres on Space Stations. Exercise in Orbit

Bet those bicep curls don't sting half as much in orbit. Exercise has benefits, even when it's done in space Astronauts have been taking part in short spaceflight missions since 1961. They...

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‘Someone who has seen the world, and doesn’t much like it’ : An Academic in Africa.

Trebuchet's Academic in Africa is amazed by the talents of Nigeria's ambulatory merchants and sedentary guardsmen. Plus nostalgic reflection on Wine Gums. There are a huge number of things...

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Or are you just pleased to see me?

Holding a gun makes you think others are too. Self-fulfilling prophesies have their uses. Actively imagining a successful outcome, as used by athletes preparing themselves for performance, has...

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Skint and Demoralised: Live [Review]

A Northern poet first and foremost, the wheels of Matt Abbott's vehicle go round and round. Trebuchet Magazine reports on Skint and Demoralised live. "If you reveal your secrets to the wind,...

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Seeing around corners: MIT Develop the Ultimate Periscope

A new imaging system could use opaque walls, doors or floors as 'mirrors' to gather information about scenes outside its line of sight The principle behind the system is essentially that of...

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Love on a Pillow: [DVD]

Celebrating its 50th anniversary this week is the curiously titled Love on a Pillow. (Its original title, Le Repos du Gerrier, or Warrior's Rest, made no sense either.) Also curious is the fact...

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Nils Frahm and Olafur Arnalds Collaboration: ‘Stare’

'We're like the Biggest Happiest Family Ever. Just the other day when I was over in Berlin, Das Bobby Raths (Erased Tapes Uber Boss) called me up and was like "Yo, Justino! what are you...

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Trace Elements: iLove

Neuroscience reveals the brain’s love pleasure chemicals are usually released for 1½ to 3 years max. In other words, being in love should last you roughly as long as your next mobile...

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Art Improves Quality of Life in Stroke Victims

New research just published by the European Society of Cardiology sheds some pretty interesting light on what looks, on first glance, like more scientists taking chunks of time, brainpower and...

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Wilfred [Comedy Series]: Review

Every now and then, a very silly concept will come along and sweep you off your feet, rendering you genuinely mournful when it's all over. A dog that thinks it's human, is fiercely possessive...

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