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Residue

RESIDUE is the debut novel from EBR’s very own head honcho, Steve Diamond. The reason I am reviewing my bosses book is because he knows I’m incredibly picky, I dislike the genre he wrote in, and I’m the only EBR reviewer who wasn’t involved in the book from any standpoint other than reading it. 612 more words

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The Skints - FM

Eight years into their career, the third album from East London four-piece sees The Skints throw their ever-enchanting mix of reggae, ska, dub, hip-hop, and punk across fifteen great tracks. 158 more words

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InMe - Trilogy: Dawn

Following their appearance on the main stage at Southampton’s Takedown Festival, Essex-based rock quartet, InMe, recently announced that they are working on a mammoth three-record concept album project. 568 more words

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Song of the Day: Cheer Up London - Slaves

It’s taken a lot of shouting, but people are finally starting to give Slaves the credit they deserve. The Tunbridge Wells punk duo have now received nods from many critics, and secured their place at the forefront of the UK’s growing punk scene ahead of the release of their debut album ‘Are You Satisfied?’. 191 more words

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City Review: Chicago

Chicago is known for its role as a forerunner in the 19th century in regard of architecture and skyscrapers. Nowadays, very high houses and thus skyscrapers are nothing special anymore. 562 more words

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Assassination Classroom 14: Vision Time

In this episode, E class goes swimming and a lot of the students finally realize Nagisa is a boy and Koro refuses to get in the water. 206 more words

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