August, 2018

Film Review: Yardie

There’s not many things I pine for normally, but given my nationality, I will travel for a decent Guinness, I’ll also travel for curry goat. Maybe not as far as Jamaica (yet), but living in South London you’re thankfully never far from a some soul fulfilling jerk, salt fish and roti.

4 ways to start an all-ethical wardrobe

We all love keeping up with the latest trends but, for many of us, that means buying into fast fashion. In fact, a report by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation found that one rubbish truck full of textiles is sent to landfill or burned every second.

Gaming: Strange Brigade Review

Set in the historic tombs and chambers of Egypt we join the team, known as the Strange Brigade. The
collective of 4 Secret Service agents sent on a perilous rescue mission, quickly finding all is not as it
seems thanks to an archaeological fool named Edgar Harbin.

Music Review: Nothing – Dance on the Blacktop

Not all heroes wear capes apparently, but it depends on what your criteria for heroism is. It can be cartoon grand dramatic gestures picking up buses or what not, running through flames, or as in reality, it can just be dealing with the shit that life throws at you on a daily basis.

Music: Lindsey Stirling Rises Above at Express LIVE!

The second most inspiring performance I’ve ever seen happened just last week. Wayne Coyne, of the Flaming Lips, explained how Yoshimi Versus the Pink Robots was really about seeing a friend who is focused on doing something impossible; and that no matter what, “You don’t tell them they can’t do it”.

What to Eat, See and Do in Sicily

The largest Mediterranean island, the ball to Italy’s boot, home of The Godfather but so much more than that, Sicily is a popular destination with many travellers and holidaymakers.

2018’s Top Smartphone Picks

Arguments will always rage about whether Android or Apple phones are the best, but really it comes down to personal choice as to which operating system you prefer.