Vennart Interview and album stream: ‘This album is more focused on vocals and guitar rather than pounding your head and complex riffs’
In February 2011 after 12 years, 4 albums and 3 ...
One of the most imaginative and exciting acts t...
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In the rush of budget announcements it can be all too easy to miss the wood for the trees, but persistent enthusiasm about Enterprise Zones and business start-ups masks the lack of a bigger vision for economic growth and rebalancing the economy.
Why not get on the property ladder by buying a home with family and friends? Our Online House Hunter picks out the positives – and negatives
Tony Blair, interviewed in Denmark, gives his clear view on the situation in Libya for the first time (in one short interview with The Times, pay wall, he spoke only of his phone calls to Colonel Gaddafi).
It is one of those days. Everywhere I turn there is another Question to Which the Answer is No. Number 558 (above) is from the Daily Nowdoingitonpurpose. (Thank you to Anthony Cox.)
17 years ago today Kurt Cobain took his own life in a suicide that shook not just the music world, but pop culture in general.
Peter Mandelson was at the Mile End Group last night, to mark the move of Clement Attlee’s statue to Queen Mary, University of London.
Contrary to the Tory caricature of a creaking public service, the NHS is, in fact, a relatively dynamic organization. The government’s recent proposals caused a flurry of activity and a series of adaptive changes have taken place already.
In 1981 the late Literary Theorist, Edward Said, published one of his influential texts “Covering Islam: How the Media and the Experts Determine How We See the Rest of the World” which challenged the essentialist representation of Islam and Muslims as the degenerate “other” in Western media since the Iranian revolution of 1979.
A headline worthy of the number 557 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No. An outstanding contribution, from an American website called Family Security Matters. Which of course it does.
Intensely grateful to Padraig Reidy for spotting this one.
Since bursting onto the Drum ‘n’ Bass scene in 2002, Pendulum have managed to bring the genre into the mainstream before branching out and performing live gigs. The festival heavyweights are kicked off this year’s Volvo Snowbombing festival in Austria last night and I caught up with Gareth McGrillen and Ben Mount to hear why the fourth album’s been postponed and how they feel about people saying they’ve turned their back on the genre that got them where they are.
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