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Category Archives: Journalism
A quite remarkable performance from Kasabian. But what was the highlight? Continue reading
If there is one criticism of Kasabian’s fourth studio album, Velociraptor!, it’s this: How do they improve from here? The hotly anticipated follow-up to 2009′s Mercury Prize nominated West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum has roared straight into the UK album … Continue reading
A sensational performance from a band who, despite all their troubles, had remained loyal to their dreams and repaid those fans who had supported them all the way with a quite brilliant concert. Continue reading
Typical Kasabian; a relentless, ear-splitting, headache inducing performance. Continue reading
The Football League Play-Offs provide some of the most exhilarating football matches in the domestic game. For four teams, the season is decided over a two legged semi-final, and if successfully negotiated, comes down to a single 90-minute slog between the two … Continue reading
Different Gear, Still Speeding is definitely a case of different band, same Liam. Continue reading
Ronaldo was a unique player, and deserves a unique moniker.
Long live O Fenômeno. Continue reading
I hope Manchester United destroy Crawley Town. I really hope they give them a good battering, because Crawley, are a shady club. Continue reading
The January transfer window has long been castigated by football managers across the country and indeed the continent as being a time for impulse buys and inflated prices. At 11pm last night, the 2011 window slammed shut having provided arguably … Continue reading