Late Cambrian - Golden Time

Late Cambrian – Golden Time Review

I’ll say it right off the bat; Late Cambrian set the bar so high with their own brand of intellectual pop-rock on Social Season, Peach and their Converse Rubber Tracks release that I honestly couldn’t imagine where Late Cambrian could possibly take their ...

Evercut Furtif Chef's Knife

Evercut Furtif Chef’s Knife Review

It has never been a secret that some of the most impressive food comes from France, but for some reason our friends over the English Channel aren’t quite as well known for what they use to make this food – artisanal tools and ...

Corn Mo Photograph by Reuben Radding

Interview with Corn Mo of .357 Lover

Corn Mo is what can only be described as a ballad rock musician and vocalist, his music features wonderful comedy that surprises and shocks, sure to bring a smile to even the most hard-faced of people (I’m looking at you, Man in the ...

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean in Glass

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Electric Toothbrush Review

Over the last seven months I’ve been thoroughly reviewing the Philips Sonicare DiamondClean electric toothbrush, a really smart looking piece of hardware, definitely the Lexus of the toothbrush world, but how does it stack up to closer scrutiny and serious use from someone ...


The Golf Club Review (Xbox One)

When you think of sports video games, golf is not the first thing that pops into many people’s minds. “The Golf Club” looks to change this with a game that makes golf in a game as hard as golfing in real life. “The ...

Rainshader Umbrella Creators

Rainshader Umbrella Review

The Rainshader Umbrella (£24.99) caught my eye at The Gadget Show Live Professional 2014 where we met with the creators because at the time, I had no umbrella. The reason for this is that every umbrella I buy seems to last a few ...

Animal Crossing Nintendo 3DS XL Closed Side By Side

Nintendo 3DS XL Animal Crossing Console Review

The Nintendo 3DS XL is an eighth generation handheld games console aimed at a more mature gamer than the standard Nintendo 3DS, perhaps someone in their teens or even an adult, it features an overall larger footprint than the standard Nintendo 3DS providing ...

Contour Design ShuttleXpress Multimedia Controller and MacBook Air

Contour Design ShuttleXpress Multimedia Controller Review

The Contour Design ShuttleXpress is a USB hardware interface that takes some of the hassle out of editing video and audio whilst on the move. Already being at a disadvantage without multiple displays, and then further without dedicated buttons, sliders and important looking ...


Touch-Base UPDD for Mac OS X Review0

Touch-Base UPDD for Mac OS X Review

I recently bought the Dell ST2240T touch screen monitor after having seen how well touchscreens were working for Hammy in his studio and for other users on Gearslutz, I just had to get in on this. ...

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Interview With The Bang Wrangler Founders0

Interview With The Bang Wrangler Founders

Do you get mad-not-so-rad hair when you’re in the pool or on the beach with your friends? The Bang Wrangler can tame your wavy beach hair with its simple yet stylish and sophisticated approach to tackling ...

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Boyhood Review1

Boyhood Review

Boyhood (Richard Linklater, 2014) is the film of the decade and it’s no wonder; over the space of 12 years the same actors were filmed for a total of 39 days and the result is a ...

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Sennheiser MX 375 In-Ear Headphones Review1

Sennheiser MX 375 In-Ear Headphones Review

I bought the Sennheiser MX 375 In-Ear Headphones in black because the earphones supplied with my Windows Phone were of pretty lacklustre quality, as is the case with most bundled accessories that come with cellphones these ...

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Chilli & Garlic Edamame Recipe0

Chilli & Garlic Edamame Recipe

It’s difficult finding a yummy snack that is also healthy, being a nut allergy sufferer, I feel left out when everyone else is sat around eating seasoned assorted nuts, so I tried out a few different ...

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The Cambridge Satchel Company 15″ Sapphire Batchel Review

Everyone has seen that The Web Is What You Make Of It TV advertising campaign from Google, showing you what is possible with Google Chrome, the one with Julie Deane and her story of starting a business ...

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The Black Soft - The Slow Burn Review1

The Black Soft – The Slow Burn Review

The Black Soft are an electro/pop/goth/indie duo based in New York, their intelligent and innovative sound can be described as nothing other than the beginning of a new musical movement; the neoclassical orchestral sounds submerged deep within an ocean of sharp pounding electro beats brings a

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Wheatus - The Valentine LP Review0

Wheatus – The Valentine LP Review

Despite the name, The Valentine LP was actually released on August 2nd by Wheatus, The Valentine LP has been a while coming, two years and seven months in fact, Wheatus has released two EPs over the last five years in a series called Pop, Songs &

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Late Cambrian - Peach Review0

Late Cambrian – Peach Review

The followup to Social Season from Late Cambrian is one that I’ve been eagerly awaiting for a long while, I’ve been finally able to find a spare few hours to sit down, listen and write about Peach. If you love uplifting rock and haven’t heard of Late

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S.E.F. - M-O-E Remixed and Exclusive Free Track Download0

S.E.F. – M-O-E Remixed and Exclusive Free Track Download

M-O-E Remixed was released just a few hours ago, as you can probably guess, this features remixes of a track called “M-O-E” from S.E.F.’s Autonomy EP, which was released on Switched On Records last November. It’s no secret that I’ve been working on mastering one huge amount

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Lost & Found - Dedication EP Review1

Lost & Found – Dedication EP Review

The UK house scene really is quite a mixed bag, as are the majority of the Beatport charts for EDM in general, there’s some absolute gems out there, but there is also some absolute soulless nonsense too. Lost & Found is no stranger to the UK

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Interview With Thomas McConnell0

Interview With Thomas McConnell

Thomas McConnell is a musician from Liverpool, but later he moved to and grew up in Newcastle upon Tyne, keeping the musical legacy of his birthplace with him in the upheaval further north. Earlier this week we talked to him, and here’s what he had to say. Previous

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