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Edge of Tomorrow | Movie review

Edge of Tomorrow
MOVIE REVIEW

It comes as no surprise that Doug Liman, director of incredibly popular The Bourne Identity and 1996’s classic comedy Swingers, has created yet another thrilling sci-fi that is teaming with both action and comedy. Set in the present [read more]

Ralph Steadman: For No Good Reason at White Space | Exhibition review

Ralph Steadman: For No Good Reason at White Space
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Ralph Steadman’s illustrations are a far cry from the comic book cartoons they may at first appear to be. Loaded with social and political ammunition, the latest exhibition of his work is a worthy showcase of the energy, anger and [read more]

Circles at the Tricycle | Theatre review

Circles at the Tricycle
THEATRE REVIEW

Set on Birmingham’s number 11 circular bus route, Rachel De-lahay’s Circles looks at one family’s inability to break out of a cycle of domestic violence and miscommunication. The story begins at the top of a bus with two teenagers, [read more]

Field Day 2014 – The Upcoming’s top picks

Field Day 2014 – The Upcoming’s top picks

Since first appearing in 2007, Field Day has steadily grown into one of the biggest musical events on London’s music calendar. Now in its seventh year, the festival sits proudly at the forefront of London’s thriving underground hipster [read more]

Miss and the Doctors | Movie review

Miss and the Doctors
MOVIE REVIEW

Miss and the Doctors (original title, Tirez la Langue, Mademoiselle) is a comedy-drama from French writer-director Axelle Ropert. The story of a love triangle, it is about two brothers, Boris and Dimitri (Cédric Kahn and Laurent Stocker) [read more]

White Denim at Shepherd’s Bush Empire | Live review

White Denim at Shepherd’s Bush Empire
LIVE REVIEW

White Denim came all the way from Austin Texas to Shepherd’s Bush last night to showcase their unique style of musical prowess. With the show sold-out, the Southern rockers gave the audience a fun and lively performance that was [read more]

James at the Electric Ballroom | Live review

James at the Electric Ballroom
LIVE REVIEW

After over an hour’s tedious wait in the packed auditorium of Camden Town’s Electric Ballroom, the seven band members of rock band James entered the stage and launched the evening’s show with a rendition of the moody Walk Like You, [read more]

John J Presley at Black Heart | Live review

John J Presley at Black Heart
LIVE REVIEW

Last night’s concertgoers at Black Hart in Camden were treated to two support acts for John J Presley’s single launch Left. The first was Tenebrous Liar, who seemed to revel in the sparse tones between notes until they really got [read more]

Neil Young – A Letter Home | Album review

Neil Young – A Letter Home
ALBUM REVIEW

Neil Young adds another album to his immense catalogue, but this time representing his true self via sound quality on A Letter Home. This album was recorded with the help of Jack White in his studio in Nashville through a Voice-O-Graph to [read more]

Howling Bells – Heartstrings | Album review

Howling Bells – Heartstrings
ALBUM REVIEW

As the title suggests, Howling Bells’ new album is meant to be emotional: the songs on Heartstrings are about love and loss. The distorted instrumentation throughout speaks of a troubled mind suffering through misery, but there’s also [read more]

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