The opportunity to catch performances from the likes of Peace, Rat Boy, Superfood and INHEAVEN all in the same day is not one that comes around too often, so when this year’s line-up for Neighbourhood Festival was announced, it’s fair to say that fans of indie and alternative music got a little excited. The one-day … Continue reading NBHD Festival 2017: A Review
Thomas Truax is an American singer-songwriter and inventor, best known for his collection of weird and wonderful self-made instruments. Featuring but not limited to, a drum machine called ‘Mother Superior’, made out of “old bicycle wheels, a motor, spoons and various percussive bits.” Another of Truax’s ensemble is the Hornicator, an old modified gramophone horn. … Continue reading Thomas Truax Talks Music, Bike Wheels, and the Moon
It’s unprecedented the pressure that director Denis Villeneuve must have felt making a sequel to the beloved and critically acclaimed Blade Runner. How do you better a film that many consider perfect, while also building on its thirty-five legacy and reputation? Blade Runner 2049, however, is well worth the long wait. To say too much about … Continue reading Gosling stands out in spectacular ‘Blade Runner 2049’
With the ITV talent show currently airing its fourteenth series overall, is it time that the programme is given the axe? Reality shows and talent shows are now a long running fixture in the yearly television schedule. Big Brother, The X Factor, Britain's Got Talent and Strictly Come Dancing are just a few of the … Continue reading Has “The X Factor” lost its X Factor?
TV and Film are going through a weird and wonderful stage. Conventions are being broken left, right and centre, which is a good thing. Staying in one spot would cause the industry to go stagnant and die a slow and painful death. Healthy change breeds even more change. Although, it is also scary and many … Continue reading Strong female leads aren’t anything new
This week's episode of Doctor Who rolled out in full-on spooky fashion. A horror house where a bunch of teenagers get picked off one at a time. Some simple and classic horror tropes coming into Doctor Who. But them being thrown in alongside the Sci-Fi wackiness that is a Doctor Who adventure, makes for fun … Continue reading Knock Knock shows Doctor Who’s spooky side
I was giddy with excitement after watching Thin Ice, and the smile on my face just wouldn't leave. I absolutely love a Doctor Who story with a ton of depth and impressive exploration of character, and this week's episode delivered on levels I never expected. Writer Sarah Dollard has accomplished a beautiful story amongst the frozen Thames … Continue reading Doctor Who: Thin Ice is a ‘cracking’ time