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By His Divine SHadow, December 20, 2014 0 Cuisine, Interview

Today we speak to Britain’s greatest Fry Up Inspector. Why fry ups? Most people enjoy a fry up and the quality can vary depending on where you go. On a daily basis I don’t usually eat breakfast but always have… Read More »

By Alistair Elliot-Wilson, December 19, 2014 0 Arts and Culture, Comedy, Featured, Music

“…” – Ninja Brian. 16 December marked a most joyous occasion, the release of Starbomb’s second album. For the benefit of those of you deprived of the knowledge of who Starbomb are, let me elaborate. One day Danny Sexbang and… Read More »

By Da Wolf, December 19, 2014 0 Featured, Music, Reviews

I don’t believe rappers breathe. They string sentences, paragraphs, even novels together, while a beat is played in the background, seemingly without exhaling once. That is impressive. If this is as far as a musician’s talent goes and that is… Read More »

By His Divine SHadow, December 18, 2014 0 Featured, Music, Reviews

If Kraftwerk, Wolfsheim and Absurd Minds had a child its name would be Noir, and ‘Darkly Near’ would be its hauntingly beautiful declaration to the world. ‘Darkly Near’ is an amazing album. Right from the off the songs drift across… Read More »

By His Divine SHadow, December 18, 2014 0 Featured, Interview, Music

Today we speak to Noir. What’s the history of NOIR? When my band Spahn Ranch broke up around 2000, I all but stopped making music for nearly a decade outside of a few guest appearances on albums by peers. I… Read More »

By Guest, December 17, 2014 0 Anime/Manga, Reviews

Part of the summer 2014 releases, Tokyo Ghouls plans to shiver us to the bones with the new exciting anime from Studio Pierrot. The story centers on Kaneki Ken, a high school student, book lover (an avid fan of Takatsuki… Read More »

By His Divine SHadow, December 17, 2014 0 Featured, Interview, Music

What genre of music do you consider The Cygnets to be? Synth pop is probably the most straightforward answer, but our sound also contains elements of new wave, 80 alternative, electronic, and post-punk. I think we try to do a… Read More »

By Metal Pangolin, December 16, 2014 0 Featured, Film, Reviews

Director: Alan Taylor Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger as T-800 Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor Jai Courtney as Kyle Reese Jason Clarke as John Connor J.K. Simmons in an unspecified role Matt Smith in an unspecified role Aaron V. Williamson as new… Read More »

By His Divine SHadow, December 16, 2014 0 Featured, Music, Reviews

Let us, for this review, focus purely on the facts. Fact One: [Product] is a decent little American outfit. Fact Two: Their latest offering, ‘Shallow Graves’ is an aggressive and energetic album that will catch the ear of any Agrotech… Read More »

By Guest, December 15, 2014 0 Anime/Manga, Collectables, Reviews

Kakashi Hatake is one of the most popular anime characters of all times. He appeared originally for the first time in the Naruto manga’s third chapter and in the Naruto anime series’ third episode. Also known as Kakashi Of The… Read More »