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We would go totally apeshit (Splatterheads)

Trebuchet interviews Sly, vocalist and guitarist for The Splatterheads, about their history and tentatively, the future of the parochial Australian rock labourer....

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Takako Shimizu – Piecemaker Exhibition 2011

Mosaic sculptor Takako Shimizu explores the other facets of Glass.  It’s clear that while glass heats to a liquid state and cools to become a solid, something of its liquid nature always...

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Burial and Massive Attack collaboration on release today

Burial might not be as aptly named as may initially appear. After a previous collaboration featuring Thom Yorke, and then providing the subject material for Context MC's 'Listening to...

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Kate Bush announces ‘Wild Man’

KATE BUSH ANNOUNCES “WILD MAN” The First Single to be taken from her Brand New Album “50 Words for Snow” Released via Fish People (through EMI) on 11th October 2011   The...

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Creative Journey: How to Curate Abroad

Creative Journey: How to Curate Abroad...

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Ultra-Thatcherite Ultra-Violence

As even Britain's kleptocratic party leaders have now been forced to admit, various modes of corruption and anti-social criminality are not confined to gangs or underclasses. Context There's...

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Life in an Age of Looting: London 2011

Life in an Age of Looting: "Some Will Rob You with a Sixgun and Some with a Fountain Pen" As the poor of Britain rise in a fury of inchoate rage and stock exchanges worldwide experience...

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The Paper Doll Militia: Aerial Theatre

No Strings Attached: Nomadic performers bring aerial theatre to new heights. Aerial theatre which blends mystery, childlike wonder, technical mastery and whimsical beauty The Paper Doll Militia work...

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Dalston Riot: DELS (featuring Roots Manuva) – Capsize

As this review is being written, Tweetdeck's pop-up window appears repeatedly to comment on the Tottenham, now Dalston, and seemingly soon-to-be Hackney riots. The tweets range in their tone from...

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Suicide Silence – The Black Crown, London.

"I don’t want to sound like a fucking dinosaur or a pig for 45 minutes and no one know what the fuck I’m saying" Trebuchet magazine interviews Mitch Lucker...

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Viewing Violence: The Beginning of David Otokpa

David Otokpa is not yet a name known to many outside the London graduate photography scene. However, with his vivid Fight Club series he has already won over a number of high profile advocates and...

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Generation Genocide: John Sinclair (MC5)/ Bermondsey Joyriders

Generation Genocide: Punk doesn’t nurture it preserves! The word ‘Punk’ must retire. Dispossessed from its ancient zeitgeist it bitterly refuses to die, refuses to compromise, and continues to...

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Make Better Music 50: What Would Jesus Do?

Make Better Music 50: What Would Jesus Do?. One of the beautiful things about music is that sounds don't lie - they are what they are. This means that when you hear a piece of music that you adore,...

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Self-image is the beginning and the end of living [Henry ‘Fonzie’ Winkler]

Known to many around the globe as The Fonz from the US TV Sitcom Happy Days, Henry Winkler has struggled with dyslexia his whole life and was recently in London supporting the First News education...

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Guilfest 2011 shapes up nice.

Guilfest 2011 shapes up nice. This year's Guilfest features a truly eclectic mix of old and new bands, including the legendary Public Image Limited and Roger Daltrey who are surely worth the...

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Godflesh, D.R.I., and Goatsnake – HMV Forum

Three bands, over 100 years of combined musical history, one night. Godflesh, D.R.I. and Goatsnake deliver.  "Who the fuck are Goatsnake?" Screams a pot bellied Swiss chemist at the...

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Anna Calvi releases ‘Desire’ Video

      Desire – new video for single released this week Performs 5 tracks ‘Live From Abbey Road’ on Channel 4 tonight     Anna Calvi is excited to present...

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Into the Unknown: Jamie XX – Far Nearer

I tried to avoid it again this month, the semi big name, the rising star that everyone’s watching, but sometimes the masses are right. There’s been rumblings that he’s ripping off...

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A Casual Bombing in Nigeria

On the 16th of June there was a bomb blast in Abuja, at the police headquarters.  At the time of writing this they had not released the figures for the number of dead yet, except to confirm that...

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Wiley – 100% Publishing

'East London grime credibility or West Coast glamour, who cares? Just PICK ONE and get on with it!' ...

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Savage Nomads, Don’t Wait Animate, White Powder Gold – Live

The constant hybridisation of music is the fuel that drives innovation. The problem is that decontextualising sounds and themes from other genres can make them meaningless or seem weakly pastiche,...

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Alice Cooper to Play intimate show at 100 Club

ALICE COOPER Live At The 100 Club June 26th 2011, 100 Oxford Street, London   PLUS – HALLOWEEN NIGHT OF FEAR OCTOBER SHOWS + NEW YORK DOLLS *( 27-31 OCT ONLY) WANTED:...

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Somewhere Somehow We Repair – Body Studio

Mary George's group exhibition in a fully functioning gym juxtaposes the static with the kinetic, the delicate with the strong, the physically aspirational with the spiritually contemplative. At...

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Domino Records Launches Pop-Up Radio This Week!

As you know this week is Domino Radio Week – broadcasting started this morning on You can hear us on the airwaves at 87.7fm and online at http://dominorad.io and for regular updates follow us...

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René, Can We Begin A Dream Collaboration Project?

Human language is like a cracked kettle drum on which we beat out tunes for bears to dance to, when what we long to do is make music that will move the stars to pity. -Gustave Flaubert Descartes,...

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Kindest Lines – Covered in Dust

Not quite the Dirty South… Kindest Lines are from New Orleans. This, in itself, is totally irrelevant. In spite of the Big Easy’s fine traditions of blues, jazz and southern rock, they...

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Latitude Festival – Update! New Acts and Events

the welcoming daisy-adorned gates will open for the 6th edition of the magical and fantastical Latitude Festival....

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Mick Harvey to play XOYO June 5th

Here is the London show info… The London live show follows the release of a brand new solo album, Sketches From The Book Of The Dead, out on 2 May 2011, the follow up to Two Of Diamonds (2007)....

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Sublime Simplicity: Miroslav Tichy & Shimabuku

Miroslav Tichy & Shimabuku at the Wilkinson Gallery strips the world bare and celebrates the uncomplicated and beautiful. Another month, another First Thursday. Galleries on the surprisingly...

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Leaving The Church of Free Market Miracles

Where does one find succor and seeds of renewal in times such as these? Everything that everyone is afraid of has already happened: The fragility of capitalism, which we don't want to admit; the...

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