Mar19

Music: Lower Slaughter – Some Things Take Work

It will always be a joy to say Lower Slaughter are back, and indeed they are, with their second album ‘Some Things Take Work’ now upon us to deliver us from all sorts of evils, and if maybe not actually deliver us, it will at least distract us from the shite around us as we base jump into the riff pit with wild abandon.

Film Review: Being Frank

It’s difficult trying to figure out where to start with such a subject as effectively Chris is one of the greatest and most prolific artists I never knew about.

Are The Ears The New Window To The Soul?

If you were an enthusiastic fan of the US series Lie to Me that introduced Tim Roth as a Dr Cal Lightman, a walking lie detector, you’ve probably learnt a thing or two about facial expression.

Making It As A Model

If you want to make it in the modelling industry one of the most important things you need to do is make sure you are represented by a quality modelling agency.

Travel: Hotel Claris, Barcelona

The Hotel was originally Vedruna Palace, a 19th-century neoclassical building before becoming a hotel exactly 25 years ago. It is a member of the Derby Collection, a series of luxury Hotels in London, Madrid, Paris and Barcelona that have built up an enviable reputation for style and originality.

Film Review: Ray & Liz

Ray and Liz takes the book a stage further and is split between flashbacks of Richard’s younger family life and older Ray living alone in one room of the flat they all once shared together.

Film: Glasgow Film Festival 2019

An underrated jewel in the cinema calendar, the Glasgow Film Festival continues, year-on-year, to deliver a vibrant, frequently leftfield celebration of celluloid. Shrugging off the semi-disastrous snowfall th

Apple Annoyances: Simple Ways to Speed Up Your Macbook

There’s nothing quite as frustrating as a device that’s not working as quickly as it should. It might be a real ‘first world problem’ and only seem like a minor inconvenience in the grand scheme of things, but in this age of instant gratification we’re so used to getting what we want- right now.

Film Review: Border

As a foreigner living in a foreign land I can’t help but think that it can give you a beautiful enhanced insight and appreciation of the world immediately around you.