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The top ten movie slackers of all time

Words: Mark Grassick The slacker is Generation X boiled down into a single film trope. Coming off the slick, soulless and frankly disastrous 80s, an...

Beelzebop! Music’s most devilish tunes, as chosen by the founder of The Satanic Temple

Get thee behind me Satan, for here is a playlist straight from the mouth of Hell itself! Well, sort of. Lucien Greaves first co-founded...

Wake Up, Wake Up! Seven other punk acts being loud about change

The 1975’s ‘People' is a snarling, rallying cry for change. Sure, rock bands have always encouraged people to “fight the power” and “know your...

Notting Hill Carnival 2019: “If I didn’t have carnival, I wouldn’t get to see how special my people are”

Being a West Indian and a west Londoner, Notting Hill Carnival is vital to my identity. When I parade around Ladbroke Grove in a cape made...

The best comedies on Netflix right now

Whether you're trying to find a film equivalent to comfort food, or simply revisit an old fave, Netflix has a huge selection of comedies...

Hayley Kiyoko: “Sometimes it’s hard to find your people”

Reading and Leeds Festival is a bit of a rite of passage in the UK. Thousands of us have hopped on the train after...

Flat-pack lightsabers! Glowing droids! It’s all happening in the new preview of ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3n1T3HxHd7Y Read More: ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ – what we know so far about the final film in the trilogy Has Rey invented the...

“I feel like I’ve seen Earth from outer space” – Kasabian’s Serge Pizzorno on trippy new solo project The S.L.P

Kasabian have never solely been the tub-thumping lad rockers some detractors have painted them as. For every ‘Underdog’ there’s been a cartoonish, outrageous alt-pop...

2019’s festival season – reviewed!

Festival season is pretty much a year-round thing now, with inner-city winter festivals popping up all over the shop. The main schedule still runs,...

Vomit! Broken bones! Oasis! Yungblud and Machine Gun Kelly on wild nights out and working together

What's better than us interviewing one person? Two artists interviewing each other, of course. We present to you, Band vs Band with Machine Gun Kelly and Yungblud.

13 videos you need to watch to truly understand the genius of ‘Definitely Maybe’

The Glastonbury ‘94 gig https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2mNh3B9iCY A year later they were headlining the joint, naturally. “Eh eh eh eh eh eh, I’ve never been an abuser, but a...

Look out! In honour of new ‘gator flick ‘Crawl’, these are our five favourite creature features

There’s a tiger in your tank, there’s a ‘gator in your basement. We’ve been sorely underserved with creature features in recent years. Creepy dolls?...

Foo Fighters at Reading Festival: Check out these intimate snaps of the band’s closing headline set

A new generation might have reclaimed Reading Festival, but on Sunday night (August 25th) festival favourites Foo Fighters still found a fertile audience as...

The best 00s kids’ TV theme tunes

I was born in the peak of great TV with old 90s rereuns and new 00s creations graced my TV screen. As us millenials...

A brief history of Riot Grrrl – the space-reclaiming 90s punk movement

There's a storm brewing in the Pacific North-West... When the beginnings of the Riot Grrrl movement first began to spring up, punk rock was loud,...

Mark, My Words: are The 1975 this generation’s Beatles?

No. No, they’re not. In the classic tradition of question headlines that can always be answered in the negative, I am not going to...

The best documentaries on Netflix right now

Sure, Netflix is great for binge-watching comedies on a hangover, but if you're looking for something a little more discerning to watch on a...

The best thrillers on Netflix

From original series' to classic films, Netflix is a hub for all things thriller, with spine-tingling shows to burn. From the dark and delicious Gone...

The best sad films on Netflix

A sad film has its time and place. Maybe you need a distraction from your own life, or just feel like a good cry....

Ariana Grande is “overwhelmed”, and way too brief, at Manchester Pride Live

Towards the end of her highly anticipated Manchester Pride Live Sunday evening (August 25) headline set, Ariana Grande looks visibly moved as she addresses...
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