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Tom asks whether it's worth destroying your piggy bank and getting the latest Periphery album.
A solo show from the ex Libertines and Babyshambles frontman
Jack Sparrow races to recover the heart of Davy Jones to avoid enslaving his soul to Jones' service
Prepare to be blown out of the water.
Nicola gets the chance to interview the awesome Pontiak
Grace and Bradley speak to Preston ahead of his gig in Nottingham's Rock City
Often considered the most realistic football sim available
Join the Prof on his puzzle filled journey
Sean explores the human themes in Ridley Scott's prequel to the Alien quadrilogy.
Life's tough if you're an escaped genetically engineered weapon with chronic memory loss, and the military are trying to hunt you down. I think we can all relate to that.
Do you remember first contact? / 2010?
Punk goes pop comes back for another instalment, but is it as explosive as it's predecessors?
The Charlotte, Leicester, 5 June 2005
At it’s peak? Or radically weak?
We talk to Erlend Sellevold about his latest project, and the fact he co-produced one of Ylvis' songs
Liz throws herself between a group of energetic punks and... another group of energetic punks, and is rewarded with the best gig of her year
Robot pirates, Cragmites and the last of the Lombax.. can you handle it?
Mad minigames and lunatic rabbits - what could posssibly go wrong?..
Tom reviews Rebekah's experimental and emotionally diverse solo debut
Joe gets to review the awesome Red Hot Chili Peppers!
Live in Hyde Park is the first live album—and double album—released by the Red Hot Chili Peppers recorded over three record-breaking nights at Hyde Park, in London on June 19th, 20 and 25 2004.
The first installment of what is sure to be an epic trilogy.
Pete Graves is a Bristol based musician, best known for playing rhythm guitar in the British progressive-metal band Redseasfire
Ellis speaks to Reel Big Fish about a new album, and prosthetic legs...
Grace chats with Jon McClure
Revision is an essential part for doing well in your education, though many people aren’t sure about the best way to go about it.
Riri's adoring "navy" are oddly, rather split over this one.
Our awesome photographer Joe bumps into Rise To Remain....
You can shine no matter what you're made of.
Selena Gomez, spelling mistakes and X Factor
The Jitty goes all wildling with Ygritte
Karishma takes a look at the second book from author, Linzi Glass
Love. Commitment. Responsibility. There's nothing he can't run away from.
20 albums over more than 40 years, and no sign of slowing down
Dannii speaks to "People on Vacation's" Ryan Hamilton
Darshan chats with the awesome Lori from The Walking Dead.
Second rate copycats of the early thrash pioneers, or the real deal?
A guide to this often misunderstood condition
Brandon checks out the eagerly anticipated Scholars release
Brandon checks out the lead singles from the Scholars imminent debut album
Brandon checks out the bands performance at Leicester's O2.
Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
A small venue and a band with a LOT of energy. Should be interesting...
Ta-Dah is the second studio album by American 5-piece band Scissor Sisters, released in September 2006.
Nottingham Trent FM Arena, November 2008
Warning: This honest and open article from a former self harmer may be triggering.
Rosie catches up with Shabby Katchadourian of Voodoo Hussy
At first I didn’t know what to expect from an updated Sherlock Holmes adventure, especially one directed by Guy Ritchie. I have to admit I expected a standard action flick, how wrong could I be.
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...