Monthly Archives: September 2009

Richmond Fontaine@The Maze 15/09/09

If you happened to be at the Maze last night then I hope you’d agree with me that we were honoured and privileged to witness an amazing performance by Richmond Fontaine. Firstly why are we watching them in the Maze … Continue reading

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Fish Tank

It’s easy to see why comparisons are being made to Ken Loach, as with her last film ‘Red Road’ and now with ‘Fish Tank’ Andrea Arnold has captured a slice of Britain that is not always pleasant but is there … Continue reading

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Cash4gold will bring down society.

I very really watch television so it’s inevitable that whenever I do there is always something on it that surprises me and last night was no exception. It seems that we never knew about all the people with their own … Continue reading

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Soulsavers-Broken

From the opening haunting piano ‘The Seventh Proof’ right through to the last faded chords of ‘By My Side’ this album is incredible.  Thirteen pitch perfect songs of powerful lyrics mixed with beautiful music, Lanegan once again the dominant voice … Continue reading

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Muse-The Resistance

Take a pinch of Queen add a dash of eighties synth pop and stir in the theme tunes to Doctor Who and the Krypton factor and you are getting close to the new album by Muse, an incredible journey of … Continue reading

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Madverts

Adverts have always been a bit bonkers. From the plain weird to the absolutely surreal adverts have a way to mess with our minds whether it be subliminal, catchy or the damn right irritating. Some make us laugh, some make … Continue reading

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