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Review: Bloodstock Open Air 2012

Review: Bloodstock Open Air 2012

By Georgi Bomb and Elaine McMonagle   So many amazing bands played over the Bloodstock weekend that it was impossible to see them all! The atmosphere was crazy, the people were fantastic and the company kept over the weekend was amazing! Advertisements

Your guide to the festival season

By Celeste Carrigan Whether it’s your first time at a festival or you’re a dab hand of sitting in the field enjoying the sun (or more often than not, the rain) and some good music, then there are some essentials needed in order to survive. Going to any a festival is an experience in itself; … Continue reading

Review: Brew at the Bog Festival

Review: Brew at the Bog Festival

By Robert Bayley It seems the old adage is true; size does not matter. Or at least that’s the impression taken from the inaugural Brew at the Bog Festival. Nowadays, there are new festivals popping up every month and in these financially stricken times, it could be something of a risky strategy. However Brew at the Bog managed … Continue reading

Are affordable corsets cheap and nasty?

Are affordable corsets cheap and nasty?

By Kayleigh Herbertson When looking for affordable corsets, it’s hard to gauge exactly what you’re going to get. Many young women want to get into what has become an incredibly popular fashion but are uncertain about how much of an investment they should make on a single item of clothing.

Goatwhore’s bassist discusses new album: “There is a little more variety and heavy metal on this album”

By Georgi Bomb Exhibiting a labyrinth of moods and meticulous tempo shifts, Blood For The Master is streamlined without ever rendering itself predictable. As memorable as it is menacing, the band’s fifth full-length quite literally writhes under the weight of its own deviant heaviness. Goatwhore have joined forces once again with Erik Rutan (Hate Eternal, … Continue reading

The real meaning of Christmas

By Kelly McGarry It’s that time of year again, the tinsel is out, the trees are up and London will soon come to a grinding halt with the first delicate snowflakes hitting the train lines.