Day: June 19, 2015

Beaujolais: Beyond Fleurie

By Jack Peat, TLE Editor Sat in a pub last Friday evening I pitched to my friend the topic of light-bodied wines. He listed the three that immediately sprung to mind: Burgundy Pinot Noir, Californian Zinfandel and South African Pinotage. A credible list, but for me the Mecca of fruity, ...

Record Review: Donald Cumming – Out Calls Only

By Will Bateman (@WillBateman6611) Donald Cumming's career began at the peak of the post-Strokes/Libertines/Killers indie-pandemic with New York hipsters The Virgins and their self-titled debut. They subsequently strayed into more 80's-pop territory with their second outing Strike Gently, after unsurprisingly signing to indie king Julian Casablancas' Cult Records and surprisingly ...

Oberhofer announces new album ‘Chronovision’

Brad Oberhofer is back! The New York based musician will release his new album 'Chronovision' on August 21st through Glassnote Records. - This is the second album for the 24 year old, who released his debut Time Capsules II in 2012. A lot has happened since; he's played Letterman and Lollapalooza, toured with Sleigh Bells, Neon Indian and Matt & ...

Everyone’s Going To Die : Film Review

By Emma Silverthorn @HouseOf_Gazelle Everyone's Going To Die: an unusual name for an aptly unusual film. The debut film of intriguing British Director Collective Jones EGTD is an offbeat "romantic comedy", the words rom-com being said in VERY large inverted commas. This is genre-bending stuff, no simple heart-warming, or syrupy ...

Our Best Father’s Day Recipes

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Don't forget Father's Day this weekend. Tying in with the event, we've compiled a selection of recipes provided by some of our favourite chefs so that you can take to the kitchen and make some for yourself. Here's the chance to cook up a Fathering Sunday ...