Ghost Culture – Rough Trade Nottingham - Ghost Culture played a short set in Nottingham's Rough Trade, and the crowd were, and I quote, "better than London".
Transmitting Andy Warhol and Gretchen Bender – Tate Liverpool - Over 100 works by one of the most important artists of the 20th century coupled with a rare exhibition of an underrated video punk? Yes please.
British Sea Power – Sea of Brass, Live at Derby Theatre - British Sea Power run through a set of their most majestic songs, all of which have been restructured to accommodate the sonorous input of the magnificent Derwent Brass. Read our review.
Artrudge – Yorkshire Sculpture Park - Artrudge is a semi-occasional feature in which one of our number trudges around a place looking at art. This time, we’re roaming in the gloaming through the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
The Best Everything of 2014 – Or, We Are All Hipsters Now - As every site in the world compiles its "Best of 2014" lists, Ben Jeffrey thinks back to a more innocent time, and wonders where it all went wrong.
Rough Trade Set Up Shop In Nottingham - As a reminder from the gods of music that sometimes everything isn't completely awful, Rough Trade have opened a shop in Nottingham. We paid them a brief visit.
Artrudge – Birmingham’s Custard Factory - Artrudge is a semi-occasional feature in which one of our number trudges around a place looking at art. This time, we’re having a look at Birmingham's creative hub, the Custard Factory.
A Plague of Ghosts – The House of Him - The House of Him is a low budget horror written, directed and edited by Robert Florence. It was filmed over 16 days in his mum's house, and cost just £900 to make. Remarkably, it's remarkable. Read our review.