Within the first two minutes of the episode, the question that left the nation on tenterhooks back in 2012 was finally answered.
The past 12 months felt somewhat low key for US hip-hop. In sharp contrast with 2012, which yielded a sizeable stack of truly excellent records and, in Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city, one bonafide classic, 2013 seemed just, well, a bit quiet.
Glimpse is a house and techno producer who has been involved with the music for well over a decade now, maintaining a fruitful and productive career – meandering between styles, dipping into live performance, DJing and forming creative partnerships with numerous artists, including the late Martin Dawson. More recently he has been working on the Dense & Pika techno project with his friend, and fellow musician, Alex Jones. I caught up with him a few days ago to speak about what his career…
A fine conclusion to this Austen crime mashup – if not a morally satisfying one.
It’s all about honour as Darcy fights to save his, Wickham pretends he has none and the Colonel is assumed to have been born with it.
Not a feast of Austen, but plenty of tasty hors d’oeuvres.
An enjoyable “tie up loose ends” episode – although some may have hoped for more.
Jhene Aiko Interview: “I really like working with rappers. They really take their time with what they are writing and I do that too”
Whether it is her organic and melodic tone, her thought-provoking lyrics, her sensuality or the fact that she has every music lover captivated as they listening to her voice, one thing is for sure: Jhene Aiko is making a well-deserved mark on the music industry.
For December I’ve decided to turn the children’s book blog into a sort of literary advent calendar. Every day of the month I’ll be posting a short recommendation of a wintry or Christmassy children’s book to warm your cockles or, in some cases, chill the blood. There’ll be something for readers of all ages, from picture books all the way up to YA. My choice for Christmas Eve is Tim Burton’s ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’.
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