Thursday, January 17, 2019

Review: The Hounds of The Baskervilles – “British comedy at its best”

The Hound of The Baskervilles is probably one of the most well-known and best-loved Sherlock Holmes tales. The latest take on it in Cirencester...

Music review: Leon Daye – ‘The Gift’

Leon Daye’s ‘The Gift’ is an interesting one. Although based in Cirencester the album itself exudes American-ness and really affirms its place in the territory...

Gig Monkey music review: Master of None – Master of None

By Ed Dyer This debut solo release from Little Red’s Ian Mitchell is not what you expect musically. However, it does confirm where the darkness...

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...

Film review: Michael Moore’s “Fahrenheit 11/9 will light a fire under your arse”

“How the fuck did this happen?” asks Michael Moore in his latest documentary Fahrenheit 11/9. Let’s be clear: ‘this’ is Trump and ‘happen’ is the...

Review: The Goddard Arms – “a strong competitor in Swindon’s pub grub scene”

How often you frequent restaurants, tends to have a tight relationship to your bank account. These days most people, myself included, will take a...

Music review: Leader’s ‘Open Skies’

Open Skies feels a lot more current in comparison to Leader’s earlier material - they’re broadening themselves into new territories incorporating more synth into...

Album review: Art Theefe’s ‘Dig Deep’ – “a really enjoyable and compelling listen”

I haven’t listened to an album like this in a while. It's great that so many musicians are experimenting with various technologies to explore new...

REVIEW: Thriller Live! You can’t ‘Beat It’

Thriller Live! @ New Theatre, Oxford, Thursday September 20 When I was a kid I used to try and moonwalk. I could never get it...

Music review: Palm Rose’s EP “Daydreams”- “It’s a stunning listen”

I saw these guys for their first live performance - I was left mesmerised. Throughout their first gig Palm Rose had a combination of minimal...
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