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SINGLE REVIEW: Within The Outer

Billy George, lead vocalist and guitarist for the Norwich-based band Sleemo, has recently started a solo project under the name One Man’s Stop Sign. With three singles out so far, One Man’s Stop Sign is also set to release an EP very soon. Here is a quick look at the most recent of the three…

Music

A Scandinavian Róisín Murphy?

In recent years, Scandinavia has been leading when it comes to producing ice-cold synth-pop with crystalline female vocals, from the experimental genius of Susanne Sundfør to more commercial artists like Highasakite and AURORA. Throughout this steady rise of Nordic electronica, the music of Robin Miriam Carlsson aka Robyn has been pulsating in the background with…

Music, Venue

Thrilling: Sam Smith

Sam Smith strikes again! After a three-year break, a haemorrhage, an Oscar, and a series of summer release singles, his 14-track sophomore album has hit the world with a splash. However, The Thrill Of It All had some pretty big boots to fill after Smith’s debut album In The Lonely Hour was the fastest selling…

Music, Venue

Stereophonics’ solid tenth outing

Scream Above The Sounds is the tenth album by Welsh rock band Stereophonics. Their last two albums, 2013’s Graffiti On The Train and 2015’s Keep The Village Alive, were particularly strong and rank among some of the band’s best works. The album is inspired both by current events in the world and lead singer Kelly…

Film, Venue

Wind River

Wind River is the first major directorial excursion by screenwriter Taylor Sheridan, a stark piece that follows the investigation of a murdered girl from the Wind River Native American Reservation in Colorado, US. Featuring Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, and Graham Greene, Wind River is fueled through performance and through truth – the story’s premise derives…

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