August, 2016

Adia Victoria: Comfortably Haunting

In the darkest of venues, Adia Victoria introduces Horrible Weather, “This next song is about toxic relationships”. The pianos starts in with simpler chords that work to resonate the journey of a rugged, southern soul better than the studio release

Travel: Sziget Festival, Budapest

If you have never been to Budapest, there is no better time than now!

A bold statement, but I can speak from personal experience that you will not be disappointed. If you are seeking art, culture, food or fashion, it has it all…It even has easy to navigate trams, a plethora of open air spas and of course the famous goulash stew.

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Win ‘The Closer We Get’ on DVD

To celebrate the release of the critically acclaimed documentary THE CLOSER WE GET on VOD & DVD on the 31st August and 5th September respectively, we have three copies of the film available to give away on DVD.

Film Review: Gary Numan: Android In La La Land

There’s a playful visual device employed at the beginning of the wonderfully honest, personal and vulnerable documentary ‘Gary Numan: Android In La La Land’ (directed by Steve Read and Rob Alexander, 2016) that whether deliberate or not is almost a visual metaphor for the renowned musician himself.

Movie Preview: Rules Don’t Apply

Here’s the first look at Warren Beatty’s epic new movie, Rules Don’t Apply. The movie is written and directed by Beatty, and features an excellent all-star cast…

Phantogram: New Album and UK tour

US band Phantogram, comprising of Sarah Barthel and Josh carter have had a more interesting summer than most. After hooking up with Outkast’s Big Boi late last year to release an EP as ‘Big Grams’ they have spent the majority of the past few months touring that record.

Food: Pizza Express – New Pasta Range

We all know about their pizzas, but now Pizza Express have launched a new range of fresh (take home) pastas based on the flavours of their famous pizzas. Apparently the new range is made using the finest ingredients, including free-range egg pasta.

Music Review: Rival Consoles – Midnight Melody

A few months back I was stopped in my ever meandering tracks as my subconscious stage dived forward and grabbed me by the ears and slammed them towards the direction of the stereo speakers, the opening repeated tapping sound of Rival Console’s ‘Lone’ slowly chipped away at the acoustics of my room and my psyche.