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The Month in Games – March 2020

Among March’s gaming releases will be the chance for players to save the world, explore feudal Japan, take a trip with a few spirits, battle against demons with an island paradise and a beloved franchise making a welcome return in VR.Read More

Track Reviews: Simmer & Leave It Alone // Hayley Williams

The Paramore frontwoman returns with new music – the full album, Petals for Armor, is released 8 May – that appears to be just as much an emotional exorcism as it is an experimental solo project. It is a testament to both Hayley Williams and her producer, long-time Paramore member and friend Taylor York, that […]Read More

The Month in Games – January 2020

January brings gamers into a new month, a new year and a new decade with a wide variety of gaming adventures. Brain workouts, mythic adventures, two very different ball games and some super saiyans await gamers as 2020 begins.Read More

The Month in Games – December 2019

As 2019 draws to a close, gamers will have a new crop of games to enjoy. Seafaring adventures with assassins, a trip to the farm and a cross country journey with two brothers are just some of December’s gaming offerings. Life Is Strange 2 The tale of two brothers is brought together with this release. […]Read More

The Month in Games – November 2019

As 2019 enters its penultimate month, gamers will once again be spoilt for choice with this month’s gaming offerings. Among November’s releases will be a journey through a galaxy far, far away, dystopian travels closer to home, blacktop battles, animal adventures and the next chapter of a beloved franchise. Read More

Track Review: Half Smoke // Walrus

Walrus is a psychedelic band from Canada. They’ve gained a reputation for being incredibly hardworking, and recently released a new single, ‘Half Smoke’. The track itself is seeped in psychedelia, from its swirly Tame Impala-influenced guitars right down to the calming vocals. It’s a perfect song to relax to, however, the video is anything but. […]Read More

EP Review: It’s Always Sunny Above the Clouds // The

The Covasettes play energetic indie rock in the spirit of fellow Mancunians, The Courteeners, but they add their own flavour with a sound that reflects British summertime. Their recent EP, It’s Always Sunny Above the Clouds is an upbeat release full of passion, that is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. The opener, […]Read More

Theatre Review: Listen, You Can Hear The Sound Of No

Ponder Theatre’s fifty-minute production of Listen, You Can Hear The Sound Of No Hands Clapping is written and directed by Melanie Noa Jehan, who devised her script by adapting John Milton’s Paradise Lost into an “avant-garde history play”. The piece follows six era-defining historical figures, such as Homer and Katherine Parr, who explore well-known works […]Read More