It’s heating up in the choir room this week – everyone is fighting and getting their anger out through song.
Last week’s confusing knock-out round launched us headlong into the semi-finals, which was a bit of a shock to the system after five long weeks of heats. Suddenly, there were only four hopeful amateurs in the MasterChef kitchen, leaving nowhere for iffy cooking to hide.
This week was essentially Tardis: Confidential where viewers got a behind-the-scenes tour of the Doctor’s vessel.
There’s a baseball analogy that’s beyond me, but the message is “You can’t quit when the team still needs you.”
Get ready for the weekend with this mix by UK house heroes X-Press 2.
We’ve got a pretty broad spectrum of arty events for your delight this weekend, from the glossy Sundance festival at the O2 to an indie food & flicks night around the east side and an ingenious exhibition popping up in Camden
Sam Byers’ debut novel, Idiopathy, is coming out in 11 different territories. I asked him about how the design process has been for him, and what it’s taught him about different markets.
Originating from Toronto, duo Zeds Dead used to spend hours making old-school hip hop beats in their parent’s garage. Ten years on from their first album Fresh Beets, they have replaced hip-hop with bass-heavy sounds.
A number of years ago, before digital media became the norm, I remember being handed a mixtape by one of my friends. It was a collection of techno delights from various artists, at the time I didn’t know the names of any of the tracks or their producers but, as time went on I discovered some of them.
The last two months have seen an alarming quantity of resignations within the videogame industry whether voluntary or ‘voluntary’.
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