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This youth question time was the latest in a series of topical debates organized by the Black Future.
Recently adapted to the popular "Kuromaki: The Animation", this manga series has been ongoing for some time.
Black Gold's debut album throws in a bit of something for everyone, and emerges victorious
Rangers Lead the Way. 123 elite U.S. soldiers drop into Somalia to capture two top lieutenants of a renegade warlord and find themselves in a desperate battle with a large force of heavily-armed Somalis.
The legendary Zakk Wylde tears Birmingham's O2 apart.
A damn fine effort
The storming third album from the Kentucky rockers
Embodying the Black Swan
Black Tide is an American heavy metal band from Miami, Florida. Formed in 2004, the band is currently signed to Interscope Records, and their song "Shockwave" made it's way onto the console game "Rockband".
Orchestral pop-rock from Israel
The third collaboration between Porcupine Tree frontman Steven Wilson and Israeli musician Aviv Geffen.
By Tite Kubo
We talk to Bleech's Matt about the Olympics, Ash and "that" Jubilee photo that went global in no time at all!
Bleech Box, Punk-Rock band from the Lutterworth Area, with a singer who may just pass off as American, possibly Irish.
Often compared to Fleet Foxes, we send Bethany to find out more....
Apparently known for their childlike character and lewdness
The third album from Brighton based alt-rockers
We talk to the "alternative rock duo from Brighton"...
A tower defence game with a difference…monkeys.
By Julia Green
Somebody somewhere has let Alex loose on a moped, be afraid, be very afraid (C8
Rosanna chats to the guys at this year's Summer Sundae Weekender...
"Artistic freedom made this record possible," says Jon Bon Jovi. "Musical freedom to explore--and emotional freedom to express what was in our hearts." The result of that freedom is Lost Highway, an album Jon describes as "a Bon Jovi record influenced by Nashville."
All of those timeless classics on 2 CDs, plus new material.
Dan reviews the latest from the L.A thrashers
40 years on, Raitt has still got the blues.
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. Come to Kazakhstan, It's Nice!
We chat to the London "Britpop" outfit, "Born Blonde"
An intimate gig from the seasoned NJ punks
Oxford Academy, 8th August 2008
Entertaining or embarrassing - on which side of the line will the latest Bowling For Soup album fall?
Bowling for Soup is an American rock band who originally formed in Wichita Falls, Texas in 1994. Now based in Denton, Texas, the band is best known for their singles "Girl All the Bad Guys Want" (a 2003 Grammy Award nominee) "Almost" and "High School Never Ends",
Boxhead 2play Rooms is an add on to the original game boxhead. It's zombie mashing time...
Second self released EP frrom welsh metal band, Boys with X-Ray Eyes
Lu Luvver's take on BR Racing
Bradgate Park is one of Leicestershire's most famous tourist attractions. Mojoses gives us a bit of history and looks at what you can do when you get there.
The fourth album from the five piece alternative rock band from Levittown, New York.
The solo album from the Killers front man.
Unwilling to chose a suitor Merida unleashes a curse that will change her destiny.
By Stephanie Meyer
The Gibraltarian Mafia are back, with insects...
Lead single from their EP, Epoch
Rhien and Callum stalk Kate Nash's support act, Brigitte Aphrodite....
Venture even deeper into unexplored territory
Following a number of articles suggesting that young people in Britain were the worst behaved in Europe, some of the Jitty's editorial team got together to voice their views on the matter.
The co-operative presents the British Music Experience at the 02 London.
It's just like English, but with signs instead isn't it? Well, no - read on to find out more about the fourth most common language in the UK.
Held at Birmingham’s NEC from Friday 31st October to Sunday 2nd November.
Hollie visits the British Ski and Board show at the NEC to check out the latest gear for the piste.
Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway exchanges the run and gun gameplay and technical accuracy of most WW2 shooters for a tactical, strategic approach.