Iraq can be intense but it can also be in tents

Off The Grid with Luke Coleman - Our man in Iraq Up here in the northern parts of the country we joke that autumn and...

The Ocelot’s April music reviews, by Ed Dyer

By Ocelot's Gig Monkey, Ed Dyer Black Sheep Apprentice – Born to Walk Alone It is not often a band playing at a local level releases...

What’s the deal with Deja Vu? Like, what’s the deal with… Deja Vu?

I may have written about this before - so forgive me if I repeat myself. Deja vu, the uncanny experience of having already experienced the...

Review: The Breakfast Club, Oxford

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day - especially if you can have it at any time. Imagine then, if there was a...

I’m all about that bake: The Ocelot visits Oxford’s artisan bakery Modern Baker

Address: 214 Banbury Rd, Oxford OX2 7BY I am no baker - I don’t have the patience nor precison to excell at such a task....

REVIEW: The Harlers

After seeing Swindon's very own, The Harlers, perform at a Sofar Sounds gig, I was invited to see the trio in their more natural...

The Ocelot joins film podcast Admit One Movies

When I was invited to join in a podcast recording about film down the pub one evening, I wasn’t really sure what to expect....

REVIEW: Mt. Wolf at The Bullingdon

By James Queralt If there’s one thing you can say with confidence about London-based three (formerly four) piece Mt. Wolf, it’s that they have tackled...

REVIEW: Sutra

When you watch something that moves you, more than anything, it's difficult to put that experience into words. Last night I went to see Sutra...

It’s political correctness gone mad!

IT’S POLITICAL CORRECTNESS GONE MAD! I TELL YOU! Have you heard the latest? You can’t even denigrate women and treat them like a lower species...
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