Tuesday, July 14, 2020
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REVIEW: Stranger Things 3 – “possibly the best season yet”

4th July -US Independence Day or as many Netflix fans will know it, Stranger Things 3 Day. The hit Netflix show...

REVIEW: Sofar Sounds Swindon

It's hard to review a Sofar Sounds event - I get that. Every gig will be different from the venue and artists, to the...

REVIEW: Casa De Pico Tapas Bar

152a High St, Royal Wootton Bassett, Swindon SN4 7AB People tend to shy away from tapas, potentially for fear of leaving hungry. This is simply...

REVIEW: Apothek – Family

With a modern, electronic sound, Apothek (pronounced Apo-tek) are a duo that challenges pop convention with their debut single Family.  The instrumentation first and foremost...

A surreal sense of anxiety in Erbil

Off The Grid with Luke Coleman Our Man in Iraq It feels strange to be back. There have been some subtle shifts in life in Erbil...

Agony Girl answers your questions…

Four year old Amy is loving school but is getting quite tired after a long a day but she still finds time to do...

Will Brexit mean the end of coffee?

Words by Callum McLean. No. The exact New World Order that Brexit has fashioned for itself is purely...

Gig Monkey music review: Will Lawton & Weasel Howlett – Fossils of the Mind

By Ed Dyer Wiltshire duo Will and Weasel have conjured up something unique with this debut album. Starting with a spoken word piece borrowed from...

Gig Monkey Dream Pop special – Polar Front & Homeplanetearth

Gig Monkey, AKA Ed Dyer, once again sifts through the best music released by local artists. If you like the sound of something please...

Music review: Ruby Joyce’s ‘Hourglass’ – “really mature material from such a young artist”

'Hourglass' is urban soul, combined with well placed jazz twangs, which refines this contemporary pop song giving it sophistication and swagger. Joyce’s vocals are incredibly...
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