Ketamine Perks Up

Many chronically depressed and treatment-resistant patients experience immediate relief from symptoms after taking small amounts of the drug ketamine. ...

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The Man With the Neutron Gun

'If you want to pull off this kind of high-wire surrealist polemic, you need to write with confidence and daring. Even if your daily existence off the page is fractured by neurotic behaviour...

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One Mile an Hour [Album]

Perhaps the music should be taken in the context of entertainment to fill six months of darkness with little more than cod heads, limpets and puffin broth for sensual pleasures. ...

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Modern Day Mesmerism

Many people are familiar with ‘Hypnotism’ in it’s various forms such as Stage Hypnosis and Hypno-therapies, and its modern hyper-packaged cousin ‘Neuro Linguistic Programming’....

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The Peacocks: Don’t Ask

Curiously, as they get older The Peacocks seem to mutate into a band that will appeal to a younger audience. The music may not be breaking any musical boundaries, but they retain their youthful anger...

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Interview: Paul Hardcastle – 19 Below Zero

'I do use technology a lot, I always have done'. Paul Hardcastle talks to Trebuchet about 'Nineteen', sampling, dance music, technology and his new album 19 Below Zero...

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Missy Le Pink: London Crawlin’

Now that the crossfire has died down, Col. Jon pokes his head up from behind the outhouse to review Viva Le Pink's London Crawlin' EP. Warning: Contains the word 'Psychobilly'. ...

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Dylan Mondegreen [Album Review]

A soft-voiced collection of slick popsongs in the fey, beta-male mode...

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Microbial Music, Biomechanical Bebop

Microbes make music. And it's not bad either....

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Loitered Lens: Howlin’ Rain

They started firing shots from the guitar like armour piercing rounds, and with that you just knew this was going be jaw-droppingly brilliant. ...

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