UK ISPs Ordered to Block Pirate Bay

UK internet service providers must block access to The Pirate Bay, a High Court ruling has pronounced today. Destined to be a very unpopular move with internet users, the ruling will nevertheless be...

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A berry-rich diet key to retaining memory skills

A new study from Brigham and Women's Hospital found that certain berries may delay memory decline in older women. A new study by researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) finds that a...

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Black Sabbath announce intimate Birmingham show

Trebuchet loves the Sabbath. So Much.  This is going to be very cool.  Read what our writers have had to say about Sabbath in the past.  Birmingham's loudest sons Black Sabbath...

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Acclaimed poet Brendan Cleary in cult magazine relaunch!

Like the lust of my midnight phoenix bad poetry seems to die and be reborn every three years.    There'll be some event, movie, appointment that brings it into the public eye and...

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Slimey Guys and Cuddling Homophobes: An Academic in Africa

'when she walked out she did so limping heavily and ostentatiously, when she’d walked in not limping at all'. Things get a bit 'domestic' in Nigeria. In other news, Julius has...

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Tricky, Maxinquaye: Live – Manchester

“I drink ‘til I’m drunk”. Maybe we all have something in common. Warrington, I missed my stop. Luckily I met a nice pair of ladies in Lizzy and Jenni (note. A soft Scottish...

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Tackling Weight Problems with Hormonal Stimulants

A drug that can make you skinny? Didn't we already have that one? Ask Iggy Pop…. New drug to tackle fat problems Medical researchers at the University of Sheffield have defined the...

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The Bermondsey Joyriders: Noise and Revolution

The Bermondsey Joyriders’ Noise and Revolution is a detoured route through the cultural backroads of pre-revolutionary London. A journey that comes with a large dose of rootsy musical knowledge,...

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Onefest – The Coldest Festival of the Season

Onefest.  First Festival of the Year, or Coldest Festival of the Year. The festival season kicks off in mid-April with Onefest, which claims to be the first festival of the year, or could be the...

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Living Beyond the ‘Folded Lie’: Part Two

Wall Street is again flush with the electronic facsimile of the stuff once known as money. But this is a Botox Recovery Both economic depression and so-called psychological depression are engendered...

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Drop the big weights. Lower resistance leads to better muscle growth.

Lifting less weight, more often, leads to better muscle growth. It's hardly the established approach, nor does it lend itself as well to the post-workout bragging sessions about how many kilos...

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Hannah Cohen: Child Bride

Hannah Cohen’s debut album Child Bride seems a fitting April/May release for those of us that are struggling through transition of the awkward weather and mishaps of general life, but should you...

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Roadrunner Records to Close Europe Office?

Industry sources say that seminal metal label Roadrunner is to close its Europe Offices.  Speaking to Trebuchet earlier today it was revealed that Roadrunner records is to close it's Europe...

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Location/existence of the g-spot scientifically confirmed

It's a glacial process, for women, having the realities of their sexual health determined and documented. The mere existence of clitoris or orgasm have only been annotated by western physicians...

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Musicians from Isis and Deftones form new band – Palms

Musicians from Isis and Deftones form new band - Palms...

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Tribalism is a luxury

Shortlisted for the Orwell Prize this very week, Lisa Ansell brings a very personal set of convictions to her writing. More than simple commentary, Ansell's own circumstances imbue her politics...

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Chocolate Beats Heart Disease

Sweeeet! San Diego, CA— Chocolate, considered by some to be the "food of the gods," has been part of the human diet for at least 4,000 years; its origin thought to be in the region...

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Avaaz petition: Jeremy Hunt Must Go.

As the Leveson inquiry continues, depressing a nation by holding a mirror up to it's own moribund fascinations with celebrity reproduction, new and startling revelations arise.  Sometimes...

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Anna Calvi to perform at Somerset House

Anna Calvi to headline Summer Series at Somerset House on Thursday the 12th of July 2012. This July will see the much anticipated return of one of London’s must-see events of the festival...

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Simian Ghost [Live]

'a loungy, laid back world of observations and occurrences' Trebuchet's Samantha Chamberlain reviews Simian Ghost live at Surya. Simian Ghost, Suraya, Kings Cross. 10th April. Sebastian...

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Surgical ‘light saber’ developed in Austin, Texas

Medical scientists have developed a laser scalpel capable of working on a cell-by-cell basis. It's already being referred to as a 'surgical light-saber' That's nice, of course. Whilst...

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Trace Elements: Happy?

Throughout jazz legend Ella Fitzgerald’s extraordinary career, awards and applause acclaimed her talent. What Ella really wanted to hear though – was that she was beautiful. Problem was,...

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Spiritualized – Announce UK Tour

Jason P and crew are bringing the hard style electric guitar vibe to the hipster London Elite. Spritualized – UK TOUR ANNOUNCED! Spiritualized, whose new album ‘Sweet Heart Sweet...

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I Ching – the Changing sound of electro indie

I Ching – release their new video! It's me It's fun and it's a Monday. A promising band from England… with starry ambitions and relevant noises. I predict that the transient...

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Sam Sparro – release several million remixes and a video

Sam Sparro – 'I wish I Never Met You'  – New single released 4th June 2012 Pop crooning and magical realism. It's as though Gabriel García Márquez...

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Baroness announce album release ‘Yellow and Green’

Baroness 'Yellow and Green' Confirm for July 16th Release The band that has given the world some of the most amazing band shirts is rising up to delivery for crushingly groovey metal. ...

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George Harrison: Early Takes Volume One

'a light hand on production, a closeness and immediacy, and a simplicity that is utterly seductive', George Harrison's Early Takes reviewed. An accompaniment to the DVD release of Martin...

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Background TV Found Damaging to Kids

At least they didn't say 'Background TV is damaging your kids. Turn them around so they can see it properly'. American children exposed to high amounts of harmful background TV Children...

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Emma Sywyj: Italy [Photos]

'There isn’t much to do there other than walk around, play cards and soak up the sun.' Emma Swywj captures some rural Italian life   This town was built essentially at the top of a...

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NASA Put Rubber Chicken in Orbit

NASA photograph a rubber chicken in space. We have no idea why. She's called Camilla. We have no idea why. See more of Camilla's space adventures here Image: NASA...

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