All hail Yo! Majesty

Female, Christian and homosexual, Yo! Majesty manage to tick almost all of the unlikely-to-be-in-a-rap-group boxes. But loud and proud, the…

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Review: The House Bunny

If you prefer a bit of mainstream froth, hop along to The House Bunny, where determined Anna Faris, star of…

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Review: Gomorrah

Based on Roberto Saviano’s bestselling exposé of the Camorra (the Neapolitan mafia), Gomorrah uncompromisingly depicts the interwoven lives of five…

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Introducing… Team Waterpolo

Synth-tastic indie-pop supremos Team Waterpolo – ‘the most exciting thing to happen in Preston since the industrial revolution’ – have…

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What’s not to Lykke?

Swedish songstress enchants at Concorde 2 Lykke Li, Swedish pop sensation, emerges for our interview like a sleepy elfin princess.…

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Glasvegas – Glasvegas (Sony BMG)

It’s commendable that Glasvegas don’t shy away from contemporary issues. Rather, their bittersweet lyrics cut straight to the grim violence…

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Review: Simon Peggs It

‘Haven’t our boys come a long way’? Ricky Gervais is currently testing his acting chops over in the US to…

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Curtis stars reborn

This week Richard Curtis favourites adopt roles not normally associated with the British stars. Writer Luc Besson’s new film Taken…

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Brighton Live

You know freshers season has dawned when you get loads of free stuff by accident. A case in point was…

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