I Break Horses [Live]

I Break Horses, Scala. Sunday 1st April The Scala is packed, we can just about see the band as they appear in silhouette.  From Sweden, I Break Horses, are Maria Linden (keyboard and vocals) and...

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Science and sex: New Research

Do it for the species girls! Two pieces of scientific research in the last week tell us, mostly, what we already supposed. Sexual reproduction is a good thing, but females can be a bit picky....

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Trace Elements: Together

A few years back, a female friend of mine married a man who was/is bisexual. I remember she told me – that if they walked along the street together and a hot woman passed by who caught his eye,...

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Tetra Shed

Embracing the move to home-office working with more style than anything else we've seen so far, winner of 100% Design's Cool Wall 2011 competition, Tetra Shed won't be available at your...

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Rival Sons: Jay Buchanan Interview

Trebuchet interviews Rival Sons' Jay Buchanan discussing music life and the million of chances in between....

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Did a Bunny lay your Easter Egg, or was it a Dinosaur?

Research by paleontologists in Spain and the UK suggests that not all Easter eggs come from the same 'parent' species; some could be from dinosaurs, including a new species from the Pyrenees....

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Newark State of Mind

'They say Newark is the new Brooklyn, which was the new East Village, a re-birthed and post-cool SoHo.' Scott Laudati sums up the Newark art scene....

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Finally, a substitute for whale vomit!

Scent of a woman? Far more likely that it's actually the stench of whale vomit. Still, at least there's a chance that high-end perfume-makers no longer have to depend upon bulimic sperm...

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Reclaiming The Commons: Part 2

Phil Rockstroh follows up on last week's essay, and applies poetic thinking to the quagmire that is 21st century living. Relentlessly, from early childhood on, our hopes and longings are subject...

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Black Dice New Album Streamed Here.

Happy Easter People – the new Black Dice Album 'Mr Impossible' is being streamed here on Trebuchet.  Which all in all is quite nice. I'd write more but there is way too much...

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Robots Versus Pirates: Scanning for contraband with MMSS

Robocopters and multi-mode sensor seeking technology goes into trial this summer with the US Navy. The technology makes it simpler for US Navy personnel to identify pirate vessels. Alternatively,...

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Two Wings: Love’s Spring

Such a challenging album is Love's Spring by Two Wings, and yet how very rewarding. It's enough to prompt the staunchest pragmatist to Confucius/Yoda pronouncements. Drivel on the nature of...

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The Emotional Impact of Unrewarding Work

Emotionally exhausted? Is that an actual scientific term now? Researchers at Concordia University in Montreal have helpfully attached the phrase to a recent study developing the theory that staying...

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MB + ICS: Vir.uz

'a phenomenal portrait of the human soul', MB + ICS: Vir.uz...

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Ufomammut: Oro: Opus Primum

Italian three-piece Ufomammut are not an easy band to classify. Their Last.fm wiki entry helpfully describes their music as "Psychedelic sludge", which sounds a bit too much like the...

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Lee Gascoyne and John Ledger exhibition at Heartbeat Gallery

Lee Gascoyne, John Ledger 18 April — 10 May 2012. Much underrated and under appreciated artists Lee Gascoyne and John Ledger have been brought to together by the heartbeat gallery. Not to be...

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Jeremiah Day: Site Gallery

Jeremiah Day is undoubtedly one of the most talented performance artist’s of his generation. His show at the Site Gallery is simple mixture of small and large photographic prints, slideshows...

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Protein announces Daniel Johnston Exhibition

Daniel Johnston Comes to London.  Arch-songwriter and trouble soul Daniel Johnston is playing London. If heart rending poignancy is your thing then this exhibition is the perfect compliment to...

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Riveting: What Really Sank the Titanic

Riveting: What Really Sank the Titanic...

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Earliest Evidence of Fire Use

Scientists find evidence that human ancestors used fire one million years ago – 300,000 years earlier than previously believed.             An...

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Trace Elements: Humour

I was hissed at once in a comedy club (I was performing stand-up) for telling a gag that went something along the lines of “My neighbour’s finding it difficult to come out of the closet....

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2:54 Secret Gig: Review

2:54, Secret Headline gig at the Queen of Hoxton, with History of Apple Pie and Deaf Club. Crammed into the small dimly lit venue at the Queen of Hoxton, we embark on a secret gig into the world of...

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Metal, music, money and merch: for Malefice – life is a five letter word.

Metal, music, money and merch: for Malefice - life is a five letter word....

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Fast food linked to depression

Which is cause and which is effect? A study confirming a link between eating fast food and depression is one thing, figuring out whether or not the subjects are eating fast food because they're...

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Emma Sywyj: Royal Wedding

Emma Swywj's reportage from the most recent royal wedding updates iconic imagery of British celebrations. Photographer Emma Sywyj talked to Trebuchet last month. On her methods for shooting the...

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