Biffy Clyro, never ones to shy away from the epic, present us with their sixth offering ‘Opposites’. 20 tracks, 78 minutes split over two conceptual albums The Sand At The Core Of Our Bones and The Land At The End Of Our Toes.
This is band who have grown up with the fans, no longer riddled with angst their hatred of society is still there only they’ve found a much more melodic way of expressing it.
Had Marlin taken off his glasses after removing his hat I would not have been surprised if Badly Drawn Boy had been revealed and it’s a compliment to Marlin that his music could stand up to Damon Gough’s vast back catalogue.
Tonight we are at the Norwich Arts Centre to see Bo Ningen rock the house as part of the 2011 Sound and Vision Festival.
Going for the minimalist approach to a game can yield great results. And Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet pulls it off very well.
I didn’t anticipate just how manly the fan base of Richmond Fontaine would be. I actually caught myself staring at a man I was convinced it was James May of Top Gear fame. Then suddenly everyone looked like they were from Top Gear. Everyone.
Andreas England is a brilliant Swedish artist based in Stockholm. He has just finished a series of pictures humorously depicting the universal problem of growing old, but from that of a Superheroes perspective.
If the pub sounds familiar, the name is from the movie ‘An American Werewolf in London’. Thankfully for this Husband and Wife folk-rock duo their welcome was much warmer.
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There’s no finer way to put it; Driver’s story concept is weird, very weird. Its a bit like the TV show Life of Mars, but not as we know it.
The yardstick I (perhaps harshly) use when listening to female solo artists is “Would Kate Bush listen to this?”
Win a copy of the special Dark Side of the Moon 6CD Immersion Boxset on Flush the Fashion
Fenech-Soler postponed this UK tour back in March when frontman Ben Duffy was diagnosed with testicular cancer so it’s been a long time since they last played live in Birmingham. Matthew Cooper was there to welcome them back.
Things happen fast in the world of technology and yesterdays state-of-the-art is this weeks museum piece. Will the Xoom stand the test of time?