Spinning the crowd: Adamski, 3 / 4 and Neo Waltz.

"indecent whirling-dance of the Germans and engaged in a familiarity that broke all the bounds of good breeding—then my silent misery turned into burning rage." ...

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Dropkick Murphys Announce Album/Tour

Dropkick Murphys whittle their shillelaghs, sup the cream off the top of a few wee pints o' the black stuff and get set for an album launch and Euro tour starting in, where else? Dublin!...

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Mitra Tabrizian: Another Country

Characters and places that seem to be taken from a parallel universe; an alien world full of familiar objects and people. Only, those people seem strangely detached and isolated, frozen in artificial...

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Bruce Cockburn: Bush Hall

Back in Bush Hall, Cockburn preceded one song by saying, “the way to avoid dashed expectations is not to have any.” It was however clear that expectations were high as he took the stage...

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Beware of Mr Baker

SEE Ginger whipping up an afro storm with Fela Ransom Kuti in Lagos. SEE highlights from both of Cream’s memorable Albert Hall performances. SEE Ginger, stoned out of his mind, falling off his...

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Chris Isaak: Hammersmith Apollo

Deliver us from surly musicians in jeans and baseball boots. Let us be blinded by mirrored suits and touched inappropriately by covers of seemingly untouchable songs. Chris Isaak Live...

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Henrik Schrat, IMT Gallery: Interview

'Cultural producers detect and create a certain cultural temperature which gives a social climate a voice' Henrik Schrat, interview...

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Great Walls of Fire! Psychobilly goes Chinese

Hot dang if these Asian dudes aren't slamming out some of that much talked about psychobilly music....

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Worst Sounds Top 10

"It appears there is something very primitive kicking in,", how we react to unpleasant sounds....

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Headphone Def Culture

The tobacco industry was, for many years, adept at concealing the health dangers of smoking. There may well be detailed research on the long term effects of self-determined, persistent, decibel...

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Call For Artists: UNHINGED

All artists involved will be featured on our website and be promoted as part of the Unhinged Collective (if they would like to)....

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Loitered Lens: Sleepy Sun

'All eyes were on Sleepy Sun. They hypnotized, mesmerized, and with a click of a finger they were gone and an almighty surge began for the smoking area.'...

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Graphene iPad Possible

a 'Graphene Roadmap' which for the first time sets out what the world's thinnest, strongest and most conductive material can truly achieve...

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We Are Waltham Forest defeat the EDL

The end of the Victoria line proved to be the end of the road for the EDL’s misguided aspirations to flaunt their imagined superiority....

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Diamond Planet Discovered

The study estimates that at least a third of the planet's mass — the equivalent of about three Earth masses — could be diamond....

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Hanging Offence: Transition Gallery

'We are always looking for new ideas and artists to show. There is no point in us doing what the big galleries do'. Transition Gallery's Cathy Lomax talks to Trebuchet ...

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Warzone Sex-Violence Levels ‘negligible’ (U.N.)

HSRP director Andrew Mack, disputes the common assumption that conflict-related sexual violence is on the rise...

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ADMX-71: Second System

'increasingly powerful percussion that should wreak devastation played on a big system' ADMX-71's Second System ticks all the right boxes for Trebuchet's reviewer....

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Stian Westerhus: Cafe OTO

A chance to catch Westerhus' architectural guitar sounds at Cafe OTO...

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Foreign Invaders Cost Taxpayer £1.7bn

An acceptable price to pay?...

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Sankara: Guided By Degrees

At an LP-length forty minutes it's a record that doesn't outstay it's welcome, and there's no room for much in the way of filler. ...

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Loitered Lens: The London Punk Festival

Punk is dead? Well no-one told the mass of sweating, heaving bodies, young, old (some maybe a little too old) who were dancing, sweating, singing and generally having a right old time at...

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Sweet ‘n’ Sour Science

Newly-published research claims 'The way foods make our mouths feel has a great deal to do with what foods we choose to eat'. Still no cure for cancer....

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Hanging Offence: Charlotte Jansen [Art]

Trebuchet: What do you dislike most about art? Charlotte Jansen: Pretentiousness....

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Interview: Hey Colossus

How do you think the current coalition government will end? "If you think we're a doom band I suppose our answer would be that everything ends eventually..."...

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Mad Sin: 25 Years ‘Still Mad’

Personally I’d rather see them live or listen to Burn and Rise, but this is an ideal Halloween present for any hardcore fan with a Mad Sin patch sewn onto their sleeveless denim jacket. And it’s...

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Asteroid Zapping 101

Blast it, Scotty! Academics at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow are set to investigate the removal of space debris and deflection of asteroids – leading the first research-based training...

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Loitered Lens: Anneke Van Giersbergen

Anneke Van Giersbergen brings it to London's Borderline. Photoessay....

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Flu Epidemics get the Stiff Upper Lip

Britons are less likely than other nations to react to flu epidemics with ‘social distancing behaviours such as avoiding hugging or kissing’. But then, those other nations probably...

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Grieving for Greed Pt.2

'Cell phones and bottled water were proffered to strangers. As night fell, candles flickered in public squares; there was the sound of sobbing and impromptu singing. The scene seemed like a cross...

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