on Monday, September 01, 2014
Words: Jordan Andrew


'Cuckoo'


When the announcement was made that Andy Samberg was not coming back to play Cuckoo in this second series, I had very low hopes. This dark cloud that gathered over me got worse once I heard Taylor Lautner was to replace Samberg. All I could see was this annoying man from 'Twilight' trying to do comedy and not even the trailer convinced me.
on Thursday, August 14, 2014
Words: Saam Das


In Cinemas: 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' (2014) + 'Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes' (2014)


'Guardians Of The Galaxy' (★★★★), with its talking raccoon and grunting tree, was most certainly the Marvel film that I was least looking forward to from the franchise. Cue pleasant surprise with perhaps the most unashamedly fun offering of the summer - all the way through to the end credits. (Although 'The LEGO Movie' is definitely up there.)
on Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Words: Saam Das


Running a site that writes about music these days can sometimes feel a bit redundant - a thousand and one places all writing about the same things, often within minutes of the music appearing online. Ryn Weaver is a new artist who has received such treatment, along with endorsements by Jessie Ware and How To Dress Well. Her emergence in June was punctuated by the recent appearance of 'Promises', a glistening pop anthem that has compelled me to publicise it despite its existing prominence.
on Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Words: Saam Das


Richard Frenneaux's last outfit Anothers Blood sadly failed to match the success of its predecessor Red Light Company, but at least it led to a fruitful path for Frenneaux - who went onto work with Ella Eyre, Laurel, and Laura Welsh. Thankfully he hasn't abandoned his own musical pursuits, unveiling new track 'Someone's Got To Be Stronger' today. Download the track for free below.
on Monday, August 11, 2014
Words: Jordan Andrew


'The 100'


What happens when you bring 'The Hunger Games' and 'Lost' together? You create 'The 100'. This post-apocalyptic American drama sees one hundred juvenile prisoners sent back down to Earth to see if they can repopulate and mainly survive. As their ‘Ark’ in space is dying, these prisoners are lab rats - their progress monitored 24/7. As soon as these juvenile prisoners land on Earth, the tension builds with everyone wanting to be the leader.
on Friday, August 01, 2014
Words: Saam Das


It's been a while since we've heard from Annabel Jones, who we knew best from her debut single as part of electro-pop duo BLUEBELL. She's finally followed up the excellent 'Normal Heights' with 'Magnetic', continuing along a similarly engaging sound albeit on her tod this time round.

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