The Prodigy return with The Day Is My Enemy album and tour dates

The Prodigy return with The Day Is My Enemy album and tour dates

It’s been six years since The Prodigy released their last sledgehammer album, Invaders Must Die in 2009, which instantly landed itself in the number 1 spot, despite a mixed response from critics and pretty soon they’ll be back again with their sixth album, The Day Is My Enemy. To accompany the announcement the Braintree band(…)

The Miniaturist review – Jessie Burton falls short of debut novel class

The Miniaturist review – Jessie Burton falls short of debut novel class

With a lot of media attention and both the Specsaver and Waterstones Book Of The Year awards under its belt, we were hoping for a masterpiece of modern day historical fiction in Jessie Burton’s debut novel, The Miniaturist, but it misses the mark a little in its attempt to cover too many big subject areas.(…)

Little Saw review

Little Saw review

Addictive platform games have been a bit on the few and far between side in terms of mobile gaming apps, so when you stumble across an indie title like Little Saw, you can’t help but be excited about the prospect. It’s an incredibly tough, but ultimately rewarding 2D side scrolling action tapper that will crucify(…)

Belle And Sebastian, Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance review

Belle And Sebastian, Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance review

When a band like Belle And Sebastian return with a new album, what you want is enough of their past sound to make it distinct and recognisably theirs mixed with a little new direction to keep things feeling fresh and that’s exactly what we go in Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance. It’s a none-stop(…)

Doctor Who Series 9 latest

Doctor Who Series 9 latest

Fish around in your jacket pock for your Sonic Screwdriver and get ready for another epic outing for Peter Capaldi as the BBC has announced details for Doctor Who Series 9. As well as reiterating the ongoing onscreen partnership of the actor with Jenna Coleman with a shot of their empty chairs on the set(…)

Django Django, First Light single review

Django Django, First Light single review

Following on from their brilliant self titled debut album, Django Django are back with the first taste of new material in three years in their new single release, First Light, giving a pretty firm indication that 2015 will in fact be the year they return with their untitled second album. There’s no official word on(…)

One Man Breaking Bad UK tour dates

One Man Breaking Bad UK tour dates

For anyone that has managed to make it through all six series of Breaking Bad, you might be in need of a quick, comic reminder of everything that happened, and the good news is that actor Miles Allen has done just that with his comedy parody show, One Man Breaking Bad, which will be heading(…)

New Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS XL

New Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS XL

Nintendo has given its hand-held console roster a bit of a shake up with the launch of a new Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL, giving it a bit of a style makeover, better 3D visuals, bolting in a little extra functionality and throwing in an updated power system for improved processing. However, the most eye(…)

Humans come to Channel 4

Humans come to Channel 4

TV will be getting in on the robotic sci-fi action in 2015 with the announcement that they’ll be airing Humans later in the year, a new co-production from Channel 4, AMC, Matador Films and Kudos. Set in an alternate present day in which the key difference is more advanced cybernetic technology, it looks set to(…)

Richard Flanagan, The Narrow Road To The Deep North review

Richard Flanagan, The Narrow Road To The Deep North review

At an award ceremony London’s Guildhall in October last year, Richard Flanagan was named as the 2014 Booker Prize winner for his stunning historical drama, The Narrow Road To The Deep North and having read the book recently, we can only agree with the judging panel’s decision. It’s a wonderfully crafted drama that blurs the massive(…)

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