Stateless – Matilda

Who are Stateless? Do they even know? Just how much can be crammed into a band’s sound? Can anyone try to cover, absorb and assimilate everything in their lives, minds and playlists while still...

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Couslon resigns as phone tapping case continues

Andy Coulson the UK PM's director of communications has resigned today over increasing allegations regarding phonetapping while he was editor at News of the World. In a statement released today...

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Lost in New Jersey 1: Spirals of Meaning

Lost in New Jersey 1: Spirals of Meaning. Photographic series by Matt Coleman...

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Prodigy vs Mutiny: Art’s Promising Future? Pt. One

Prodigy vs Mutiny: Art’s Promising Future? Pt. One...

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Legal Aid in Danger: Cuts to Penalise the Poor.

The consultation period for the proposed changes to legal aid is set to close on the 14th of February. The Miscarriages of Justice website MOJUK lists the importance of legal aid and how the proposed...

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Wagon Christ – Manalyze This

Wagon Christ AKA Luke Vibert taking globally warming into account has prognosticated that this summer is going to be blistering. Releasing this fun and fair hearted dance floor filler early enough to...

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Make Better Music 27: Don’t Be Constrained By Your Means!

Make Better Music 27: Don’t Be Constrained By Your Means! Lessons in music composition, song writing, artistic motivation and making better music from David Graham. ...

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Sunken Foal – Mother of God

Progressive releases have shown a development of much of the same from Sunken Foal, competent and well produced genre records. His version of electronica while technically interesting doesn’t...

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Davide Tiso: Millions of Melodies Erupting

Davide Tiso is the inspired creative mind behind Ephel Duath as well as the truly progressive Manuscripts Don't Burn, why then isn’t he a household name in metal?   During his...

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Forget the Art World in the Oubliette Art House

Art house squatters the Oubliette transform a Soho ex-nightclub into an emporium of delights. The Oubliette is a curious initiative. When I first encountered it two years ago it was in an old embassy...

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AXXONN – Let’s Get It Straight

Break me off some! AXXONN releases the happiest electro-doom record ever. Resplendently retrorama, Let’s Get It Straight mounts cathedral sized melodies with the light touch of heavy industry....

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Bees Poisoned by Drugs Giant Bayer

The petion to stop chemical manufacturer Bayer selling Clothianidin, A.K.A 'Poncho' is gaining momentum as the the link between the use of the pesticide and it's effect on Bee populations...

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Rose Kemp – Golden Shroud

As everybody recovers from their Christmas overindulgence, I recover from the musical overdose that is Golden Shroud. Nothing this depressing has ever made me so jovial, Rose Kemp has devoured my...

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Make Better Music 26: Be a Musical Masterchef

Make Better Music 26: Be a Musical Masterchef. Lessons in music composition, song writing, artistic motivation and making better music from David Graham. ...

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Climate Change Trial Collapses as Undercover Officer Testifies

The trial against six climate change protesters collapsed today when a former undercover officer who had been with the group for a number of years testified for their defense....

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To Cast A Shadow – In Memory Of

To Cast A Shadow - In Memory Of...

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Stateless – Assassinations

A review of Stateless – Assassinations...

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Henry Rollins: Student Protests Are Great

Henry Rollins talks to Trebuchet about politics and protest ...

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Make Better Music 25: The Art of Your Craft, or the Craft of your Art?

Make Better Music 25: The Art of Your Craft, or the Craft of your Art? Lessons in music composition, song writing, artistic motivation and making better music from David Graham. ...

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RIP Pete Postlethwaite (1946-2011)

On the 2nd of January 2011 Pete Postlethwaite lost his battle with cancer and fans of great acting lost a boundless source of wonder.    Since the 70s Postlethwaite has performed a wide...

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You are Here – Dutch Art

As snow blizzards down in Bloomsbury, a bunch of Dutch art devotees gather for mulled wine and muffins in a miniature white cube style gallery. With such extreme weather outside, viewers gaze on...

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UK Government to Back Online Petitions

The UK government is to look into online petitioning which would allow the public to propose topics of discussion for parliament the government and intends to shut down the e-petitions part of the...

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Make Better Music 24: Be an Artist

Make Better Music 24: Be an Artist. Lessons in music composition, song writing, artistic motivation and making better music from David Graham. ...

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Beyond Histrionics: Film Heroes with Epic Attitude

Who crushed Leonardo's balls? Made Jackie Chan cry? Let Angelina watch her husband die? These questions and more will be answered. This week, due to thoughts of not providing an answer to last...

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Spokes – Everyone I Ever Met

Is it me, or is music getting bigger by the year? Now we have completed another decade, it is staggering to look back and realise just what seismic shifts we have experienced. The first half of the...

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Chromagain – Any Colour We Liked

Electronic and experimental dark disco from Italian rogues, but do they still have what it takes? Oh synth, synth, synth! How I love thee. Let me count the ways… except I had trouble counting...

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Make Better Music 23: Well there’s bad music and there’s good music…

Make Better Music 23: Well there’s bad music and there’s good music… I don't really believe in good and bad music....

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Protest: People with learning disabilities take part in ‘Activity and Action’

People with learning disabilities take part in ‘Activity and Action’ day to help Westminster City Councillors to understand the effect of their services being ‘reclassified’....

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Small is Beautiful

Small is Beautiful XXVII and Gyunel Rustamova in Cork Street galleries, Dry the River and Clare Maguire at The Social. 14th December One small step for artists but a giant leap for free arts...

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Wikileaks: Full Allegations against Assange

The Guardian has published what it claims are the full set of allegations against wikileaks Assange....

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