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29th April 2013
As costume and set changes happen a collection of half-fashion short film, and half-empowering spoken word play on, these are captivating but after a while you start to feel short changed. After all, you pay a hefty ticket price to see her in person, not a five minute video. You feel like you >>
26th April 2013
Pink’s show starts off with an Andy Kaufman type (The ringmaster) wandering around in a sparkly suit like an extra from Beetlejuice. Then the 33-year-old energetically kicks her show with into gear with ‘Raise Your Glass’ - hanging upside down by a bungee rope attached to three half-naked >>
22nd April 2013
Biffy Clyro have been on the edge of glory since their 2007 Puzzle album and started their tour celebrating a number 1 album in the UK. Their back catalogue was really made for this size venue if not something bigger.
11th April 2013
YOU WANT metal? You got it. The year’s first blockbuster tour is here, ready to crack your neck and put your teeth down your throat. It’s the last night of a mammoth European trek and even though it’s a Sunday, the Glaswegian legions are out in force. School-night or no, there’s plenty of >>
25th March 2013
As Kvelertak take to the high stage and the venue’s bathed in an icy blue glow nearly everyone in attendance is pretty well shitfaced (this is Glasgow on a Saturday night) but there isn’t even a hint of lethargy as wave after wave of energy and aggression sweep through the venue and threaten to >>
24th March 2013
A few years ago, quite a few in fact. I was baby-sitting my little sisters while my folks were out meeting friends. I was about 10, quite responsible, so don’t be phoning social services (it was the 70s, health and safety didn’t exist then), and ‘Salem’s Lot’ was on TV. The moment when >>
21st March 2013
In the twilight of 2010 sepulchral Swedish cardinals Ghost delivered their primordial decree Opus Eponymous. Since then their noxious gospels, suffused with gloom and detailing the birth of the Antichrist, have awakened our most immoral lusts and converted thousands to the company of Satan. This >>
12th March 2013
So, it's that time again, Blizzard have released something that makes me feel all excited in my geeky bits. I'll admit, Starcraft isn't one of their games that I've played a HUGE amount of, but as I've come to expect from Blizz over the years, they don't disappoint, and don't exclude; my time with >>
5th March 2013
YOU KNOW what you’re going to get with a Reel Big Fish show: irrepressible energy, dazzling colour and ear-rattling volume.
19th February 2013
A sell-out audience at Oxford Town Hall eschewed the option of sitting in a crowded, over-priced restaurant on Valentine's Day in preference of catching Stornoway.
10th January 2013
When one album gets so much hype and becomes multi-platinum selling, an artist typically just can't resist the temptation to make their next release using the same 'winning' formula… Not Skrillex… he's decided to produce something utterly and completely different.
19th December 2012
Unbelievable to think that it was released just over 36 years ago in 1976 when the average house price in the UK was just £12,704 and people watched in awe as Concorde set off on its first commercial flight
19th December 2012
2012 may be the year Frank Turner transcended genre and scene loyalties to become a proper player on the domestic (and global) stage but he’s chosen to finish it off with real class – reaffirming his dedication to his roots and hardcore fans who’ve taken him to where he is today.