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KNUCKLE PUCK Announce Rescheduled Autumn Tour

KNUCKLE PUCK Announce Rescheduled Autumn Tour

Entertainment, Music
Chicago, IL’s own Knuckle Puck have announced a rescheduled tour across the UK this autumn with support from Tiny Moving Parts and Movements. Dates can be found below and go on sale Tuesday at 10am following their performances at Slam Dunk this coming weekend. A video for “Twist” can also be seen now. KNUCKLE PUCK UK TOUR 2018 3rd October Bristol Fleece TICKETS 4th October Southampton 1865 TICKETS 5th October London Electric Ballroom TICKETS 6th October Leeds Key Club TICKETS 7th October Nottingham Rescue Rooms TICKETS 9th October Glasgow SWG3 TICKETS 10th October Newcastle Riverside TICKETS 11th October Manchester Club Academy TICKETS TICKETS ONSALE NOW You can watch new video for Twist here or by clicking the image below. In early 2017, Knuckle P
The top 5 holiday destinations for December

The top 5 holiday destinations for December

Christmas, Culture, Featured, Lifestyle, Travel, World
December is the most tempting month of the year to leave the country in search of much-needed heat. In some ways it might be true that ‘no one does Christmas quite like London’, but there's something special about whisking away to escape the bitter cold. Swapping winter chills and cracked blue lips for sun-kissed skin and sandy toes was never a bad idea. With Christmas fast approaching, we have gathered a small collection of the best holiday destinations for last-minute getaways that will truly give you the travel experience of a lifetime. 1. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Average temperature: 28°C Rio prides itself in being gloriously hot during London’s winter season, not to mention its stunning beaches along the coast of the South Atlantic Ocean. Brazilians are known for their infec
Feeling wheezy? London’s air might be to blame

Feeling wheezy? London’s air might be to blame

Environment, News, UK, World
Words: Leanne Hall |Subbed: Brenda Zini Illegal levels of air pollutions, that are estimated to kill 40,000 a year in the UK are still not taken seriously by MP’s. A source told the Guardian that: “Ministers are having to be dragged screaming to tackle the levels of air pollution in the UK.” This comes after the government were told by the High Court to re-assess their plans to bring air pollution down. In April 2015, ClientEarth won a Supreme Court ruling against the government, ordering ministers to create a plan to bring air pollution levels down to the legal limit as soon as possible. The plans had little impact on air pollution levels and ClientEarth took the Government to court again, in November 2016. The judge, Mr Justice Garnham, stated the 2015 plans did not meet the expecta
5 British foods foreigners struggle to understand

5 British foods foreigners struggle to understand

Food
British food can be many things. It is comfort food. It is pub food. It is fast food. It is street food with a wide variety of international influences. But for a lot of foreigners tasting quintessentially British dishes for the first time, the experience can be quite confusing. Some food combinations can appear rather incompatible, not to mention odd. Gravy Meat juices, fat and stock thickened with flour might not be your idea of a roast dinner condiment but the deliciously meaty and warm flavour of gravy is what has kept it around for so long. Recognising the flavour potential of what foreigners would usually pour down the drain is something British mums and grandmas should definitely be congratulated on. But especially if you are not from a particularly ‘sauce-pouring’ food culture, l
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