Bojack Horseman: the age of the ‘sadcom’?

A cartoon television show featuring a town of co-existing humans and animals, labelled as a ‘comedy’ seems impossible to be sad, right? Well, it’s not as amusing all of the time as you would perhaps think. Bojack Horseman is a...

/ 18th October 2017

The Original Creepy Clown: Back to Screens

The original creepy clown, who started it all, crawls back out of the sewers, to feast on the fear of a whole new generation of cinemagoers. Coulrophobia, or more commonly known as ‘the fear of clowns’, is pretty common these...

/ 18th October 2017

Vincent Van Gogh: The Truth behind the Canvas

‘We cannot speak other than by our paintings’ wrote Vincent van Gogh in the last letter before his death. Directors of Loving Vincent (Dorota Kobiela and Hush Welchman), the first fully painted oil feature film, knew that a thorough understanding...

/ 17th October 2017

Flyte Play Intimate Gig in the Heart of Leicester

Flyte – September 30th, The Cookie  Located in a basement bar on the High Street, The Cookie is an intimate venue that provides a platform for various genres of music. Alternative boy band Flyte graces us with their presence and headlined the...

/ 17th October 2017

Svensson stars for EU but USA take the advantage

At the Barnsley Metrodome , Team USA showed off their massively changed line-up, which included current Bowler of the Year EJ Tickets and the 2011-12 PBA Player of the Year, Sean Rash. The captain suggested a new curfew for the...

/ 9th September 2017

Japanese Sports – What’s the difference?

I’ve been in Japan since mid June due to DMUGlobal and Meisei University in Tokyo and the first thing you realise is that sports is a fundamental part of society here. On the monorail, there are adverts for Baseball games...

/ 5th September 2017

Interview: Eyre Llew at 110 Above

Sat on a log infested with ants, local boys Eyre Llew chatted to The Demon about their performance, upcoming tours and their debut album launch. If they were animals, singer Sam Heaton and Jack Bennett decided they’d be cats, (owned...

/ 28th August 2017

An Interview with The RPMs

Donning their leather jackets, flowery garlands and sunglasses – presumably to hide the hangover (or maybe it’s just their style), The RPMs were the first to perform on Saturday of 110 Above.   It was a tough act to follow;...

/ 25th August 2017

Interview with Get Inuit at 110 Above

After performing all their upcoming shows and festivals, “dirty pop” band Get Inuit will be sitting around in one huge pant together, according to lead singer Jamie Glass. The Kent boys sat on the sofas of the green room in...

/ 24th August 2017