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Tom is mesmerised by one of the weirdest music videos he's seen, so we slip him the single for review too :)
Tom tries something new, alt pop...
Princess Fiona's parents invite her and Shrek to dinner to celebrate her marriage. If only they knew the newlyweds were both ogres.
Could you build and run a city?
How does this modern day fairy tale stand up to its traditional counterpart?
Starting back in March 2011, Andy Clifford and James Bradley had a musical vision to write music that was simple, catchy, riff driven.
Daniel sits down with the first offerings of February and pens his first singles review!
From the twisted mind of director Scott Derrickson, Sinister...
Skindred Bass player Daniel takes time out to chat to us.
Skyfall “Less of a random killing machine, more of a personal statement.”
Alex bravely dives back into Tamriel and lands in the middle of a dragon infested civil war...
Keep the home fires burning
All Hope Is Gone is the fourth studio album by American alternative metal band Slipknot, released on August 20, 2008 by Roadrunner Records.
Patryk speaks to Jason Smith, vocalist for UK metal band, SnakeBite
Udivka and Penguin17 bring you a rundown of four of the country's best known snow slopes
The sequel to one of the highest scoring DS games to date..
Sami checks out the latest release from Jitty favourites, Sound of Guns,
We catch them again at Leicester's O2
Grace goes to see one of her favourite bands...
Nikki heads off to Sheffield for The Sound of Guns....
Grace gets her first interview, and it's with the "Sound of Guns"....
A cross-cultural experience in Capetown
The Charlotte, Leicester, 25 May 2005
After a couple of great singles, Spector's debut album is finally ready. Grace has a listen.
Spector play an intimate gig in Nottingham, Grace is there
By Holly Black and Tony Diterlizzi
In memory of those tragically lost...
Could you tell a real gun from a fake in a split second? We look at the law regarding guns, and see if you really could make that call.
Leicestershire County Council is working with the Federation of Muslim Organisations to hold an art and poetry competition with the opportunity for you to win a new Kindle Touch
In a countryside town bordering on a magical land, a young man makes a promise to his beloved that he'll retrieve a fallen star by venturing into the magical realm.
Mock the Week's Stephen K Amos visits Leicester, prepare for lulz
Word Gets Around is the debut album by Welsh rock band Stereophonics.
Dan reviews the long awaited collaboration between Mikael Åkerfeldt of Opeth and Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree.
You're never too young to die.
We look at common reasons for, and symptoms of stress and suggest a few techniques to help you to relax if things are getting to you.
Castle building your thing? Step right this way...
Jodie returns from De Montfort Hall with an epic write-up of the highs and lows of Summer Sundae 2011
17th-19th August 2012, De Montfort Hall, Leicester
Characters, lots of characters... and brawling
Rory checks out one of Leicester's finest.
Fleet Street Barber Benjamin Barker returns to London as Sweeny Todd, seeking revenge on the men who destroyed his life. With the help of twisted fellow tenant Mrs. Lovett, he sets up business again in order to get to his tormentors.
The Canterbury scene is still alive and flowering
A look at the origins and practise of Tae Kwon Do
Bradley joins the massed ranks of Take That fans...
Is there enough room in Bodega for Tall Ships?
Date: 8th November 2005 Location: Birmingham NIA Bands: Funeral for a Friend, The Used, Killswitch Engage, Story of the Year, Rise Against.
Just how frightening is the pace of progress?
“We all have secrets: the ones we keep and the ones that are kept from us.”
Jasmin speaks to The Answer's frontman, Cormac Neeson...
"A celebration of struggle, survival and clear thinking."