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The Leftovers
Friday, 04 July 2014

With an increasing trend in television series being the ‘new film’ format, it is quite difficult to decide what is worth watching and what is best avoided like the plague. If you are one of many currently suffering withdrawal symptoms from Game of Thrones or eagerly biting the arm of your sofa...
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Franz Ferdinand Review
Saturday, 31 May 2014

Franz Ferdinand, Birmingham AcademyTen years on from their eponymous debut, Scottish art-rockers Franz Ferdinand have returned to the sound that catapulted them abruptly into the mainstream of new British guitar bands. New album ‘Right Thought, Right Words, Right Action’, won’t gain the...
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Steel Panther review
Saturday, 31 May 2014

Steel Panther, Wolverhampton Civic HallWhen you view Steel Panther’s live shows on YouTube, it’s usually in short excerpts. What comes across is a pastiche of ‘80s “hair-metal”, ironic misogyny, wild, brash dress sense and an infantile sense of humour. In a loosely compelling way, this...
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Manic Street Preachers Review
Saturday, 31 May 2014

Manic Street Preachers, Cardiff International Arena A band like the Manic Street Preachers will never slip into cultural irrelevance, especially when younger bands fail to tap into the current political disillusionment around the UK, which has resulted in a nationalist party enjoying unprecedented...
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Limp Bizkit - Review
Saturday, 24 May 2014

Limp Bizkit, Brixton Academy, London For a brief period in the early part of the millennium, Limp Bizkit were infiltrating the musical mainstream to a great degree with their turbo-charged rap-rock anthems propelling them to figurehead status of a scene dubbed “nu-metal”. Fast forward a decade...
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Playoff Final Match Review
Tuesday, 08 April 2014

It was the odds on final that most people expected but probably didn’t want to see. Sunday at the Elite League Playoff Weekend saw a slightly larger crowd and the TV cameras (not sure why they aren’t interested in the semi-finals as well). It also saw a bizarre combination on the stage of a...
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Playoff Final Match Review
Tuesday, 08 April 2014

It was the odds on final that most people expected but probably didn’t want to see. Sunday at the Elite League Playoff Weekend saw a slightly larger crowd and the TV cameras (not sure why they aren’t interested in the semi-finals as well). It also saw a bizarre combination on the stage of a...
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Sheffield v Braehead Match Review
Sunday, 06 April 2014

While the first semi-final saw a clear favourite eventually sneak through, this game on paper was more difficult to call. The first ever Scottish team to qualify for the Elite League playoff weekend looked strong in eliminating a misfiring Nottingham side and while many neutrals probably had...
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Belfast v Fife Match Review
Sunday, 06 April 2014

The first of the two semi-finals was not the one-sided affair many thought it would be. The Flyers started very brightly – you might say they got off to a flyer – and their high energy approach was to last for the entire game. Despite a less than full arena the atmosphere was lively amongst...
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Gravity
Monday, 02 December 2013

Believe the hype with this gravity defying sci- fi hit by Alfonso Cuarón (also known for his bleak apocalyptic film Children of Men), in which we see a pair of astronauts left adrift in the big vast beyond after a pile of space debris ruins their space station and any chance of returning home or...
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