For those of you that don’t know, “Twilight” is the new blockbuster movie set to hit the silver screen this winter. Based on the bestselling book by Stephanie Meyer, it tells the story of a girl who falls in love with…well, a hot vampire. Okay its embarrassing to admit, but it’s a pretty good book, let’s see how the soundtrack measures up…
Brand new indie night Pull Yourself Together have put together a stellar line-up for their first ever gig, held in the endearingly odd venue that is Star & Garter.
I’m not an R&B man, and my past exposure to John Legend was that Ordinary People song from ages ago, which I wasn’t offended by, in fact I quite enjoyed the piano and voice singer songwriter side of his work. This album is not the same as that song, it’s better. Gone is the standard fare of singer/songwriter clichés, this album is a well produced, and Legend has rightfully let a more complex and varied sound come to fruition. There are some reggae style tracks, classic R&B, and calm ballads that mostly base around relationship ups and downs (shocking, I know). What gets on my n
Kaiser Chiefs stormed onto the UK music scene in 2005 with their excellent debut album "Employment", and things grew from there with last year's album "Yours Truly, Angry Mob" with killer single "Ruby" becoming a worldwide sing-along success. Now just a year later the bands third album has arrived.
Throw in a cult Norwegian movie about a junkie elephant, a wealth of recognisable acting talents and a translated screenplay courtesy of Simon Pegg, and what you get is a deadly cocktail called Free Jimmy. At the first glance, it may seem that this is a kids’ movie, but BE WARNED – this movie is for adults. It includes a graphic sex scene, profanity, violence and frequent drug use.