Day: March 2, 2018

GALLERY: Amenra + Boris

GALLERY: Amenra + Boris

Venue: Heaven, London 15.2.18 Photos: Graham Berry ( Black Tea Photography) Amenra and Boris on a co-headline tour? That's a lot of heavy squeezed onto a single stage.The pair of bands swung through London last week, bringing one of the darkest displays Heaven has (likely) ever bore witness to. TLE ...

Sovereignty by Rhys Hagan

Sovereignty by Rhys Hagan

This bold, provocative and thought-provoking new novel from acclaimed Australian writer and religious cult survivor Rhys Hagan is an impressive piece of historical fiction, set in Judea during the time of Jesus Christ. Hagan’s debut novel - the thriller Hunting Taylor Brown - met with rave reviews on its release ...

Meet the Van Life Community:  Hannah & Ollie…

Meet the Van Life Community: Hannah & Ollie…

What is Van Life? Or rather, what is #VanLife? Some of the more ardent Instagram users will probably already know all about #VanLife. But for the not-so-social-media-aware, Van Life is a community of people - often slim, attractive, bohemian-looking, millennials - who document their nomadic journeys around the world, in converted ...

Film Review: Red Sparrow

Film Review: Red Sparrow

Dominika Egorova (Jennifer Lawrence) is a famous and respected dancer for the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow. Nate Nash (Joel Edgerton) is a CIA agent in Russia who botches a meeting with a mole. After a horrific leg break, Dominika must retire, and is persuaded by her nefarious uncle in the SVR, ...

How many of these do you remember?

How many of these do you remember?

The history of gaming: New infographic charts the game industry’s evolution into a billion-dollar business. In a nod to nostalgia, as 80’s classic The Commodore 64 is set to be re-released on March 29, game bundle company Fanatical have created an infographic that charts the history of gaming in celebration ...

Film Review: A Fantastic Woman

Film Review: A Fantastic Woman

While it is true that A Fantastic Woman is a trans drama, it's a description overlooks the many other compelling qualities that this Chilean film has. It is the type of simple categorisation that the title character Marina (Daniela Vega) faces and battles against. She may be a transgender woman, ...

Film Review: The Nile Hilton Incident

Film Review: The Nile Hilton Incident

Tarik Saleh’s Sundance winner, The Nile Hilton Incident, is a gritty, noir-thriller set in the days leading up to Egypt’s 2011 revolution. January 2011 and we’re landed in the dizzying hustle and bustle of Cairo’s amoral Kasr El-Nil police precinct where back-hand dealings and corruption run rife. The murder of ...