Best Games That Play Well on Any Computer (Almost)0

Best Games That Play Well on Any Computer (Almost)

You might want desperately to play the new release in the Witcher franchise (which is receiving rave reviews and is slated to win all sorts of awards for graphics and storyline) but your old laptop just ...

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Stylish Gifts For Motorbike Lovers0

Stylish Gifts For Motorbike Lovers

Motorbikes are becoming increasingly popular on our roads and it’s easy to see why. Two wheels help you stand out from the crowd, and make a stylish statement about you as an individual. There’s a bike ...

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7 Little Known Facts About Your Favourite Marvel Superheroes0

7 Little Known Facts About Your Favourite Marvel Superheroes

Now that The Avengers: Age of Ultron has topped the US box office – with takings of a modest $187.7m (£124m) – and Marvel’s much loved characters are stealing the show everywhere, it might be time ...

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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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Food & Drink

Bar Brat Ice Ball Maker Review0

Bar Brat Ice Ball Maker Review

A refreshing alternative to the traditional ice cube! The latest addition here in the Previous office is the Ice Ball Maker by Bar Brat. A simple idea but one that is immediately appealing, cleverly designed and ...

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Gender-neutral Styling: Start with the Humble Suit0

Gender-neutral Styling: Start with the Humble Suit

One of the hottest fashion trends of 2015 is unisex clothing. The blurring of genders has been the topic of intense debate for some time now – along with issues such as body weight and ethnicity, ...

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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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