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21st August 2012
The songs themselves are what you would expect from Slash, powerful bluesy rock riffs that encompass that element so hard to capture and all too often absent in modern rock.... groove.
18th August 2012
It’s one of those wonderful moments you can’t find a genre to box it in, hardly electro, not traditionally drum and bass, barely pop with a tinge of indie. It takes you from wanting to dance to feeling a deep sadness and then getting confused because you feel both of them at the same time.
16th August 2012
The Suzuki Swift Sport has won a number of good car awards recently, and I'd heard good reports from a few different people. As a result my expectation levels were already fairly high before I got a chance to actually drive the car.
16th August 2012
Since the birth of cinema, the medium of film has been exquisitely used to tell tales of great human feats, journeys and conquests, to the most minutest universal human emotions and experiences. The Expendables 2 is none of these.
15th August 2012
The first question everyone asks about this movie is “Can a Bourne film work without Matt Damon?” Well, the answer is yes. The Avengers Jeremy Renner really isn’t the issue with this film and does a decent enough shift. The blame for the failings of The Bourne Legacy goes to >>
13th August 2012
In their first female heroine, Pixar gives us a girl with guts. Yes, she’s a princess. But this model comes with a hunger pangs, a penchant for archery and flaws aplenty.
10th August 2012
No matter the scale of his works around the world, even the creation of the Bird’s Nest Olympic stadium for the Beijing 2008 Olympics. You can’t help thinking that his finest work is actually himself. Every stroke of creativity and life moments, rapidly returning home to add yet another rich >>
9th August 2012
The front dashboard is starting to look in need of make over, the rev counter and speedo are functional, but a bit boring in comparison to some of the more hip cars around (including the new Volvo range). However, the SE version does have a usb connection and an excellent Sat-Nav voiced by what >>
7th August 2012
There’s something very attractive about Tritton headsets that’s rather hard to place. While I’ve been a long-term user of the Turtle Beach X11s as an all-purpose headset, a set of Trittons definitely seems to ooze ‘made for gaming’ in every part of its being.
7th August 2012
Om is Al Cisneros and Emil Amos, the rhythm section of doom metal acolytes, Sleep, often credited as pioneers of the stoner/doom genre.
6th August 2012
Priced at £209.98 delivered (for the 16gb version from the play store), Google are definitely aiming for the mid-range mass market with this one, despite the low price they have packed some beefy hardware into this little beast. Running the latest Android 4.1.1 (Jelly bean) with lots of nice shiny >>
4th August 2012
Its winter in Melbourne – cold, dark, trying to escape the icy Antarctic breeze, and searching for warmth in any form it wishes to materialise. On Wednesday evening we ventured out into the night, watching our breath escape into the inner city pollution, and headed to what has become my favourite >>
1st August 2012
Throughout their career Baroness have never lingered. Just as Red refined the sounds of the band’s EPs, Blue smoothed Red’s rougher edges and drew influence from further afield. The trajectory of Baroness’ career suggests their new effort, Yellow & Green, will be more welcoming of >>