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Thomas Cohen’s Top 8 Records

The former frontman of S.C.U.M has changed his sound. Like, a lot. Instead of the droning post punk sounds of his previous years, his latest venture sees him explore softer, more melodic music, truly setting himself up as a solo artist, distancing himself from the artsy band where he used to blindfold himself on stage.…

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How to Become: an Animator

Ever wondered what goes into making an animated film? Contrary to popular belief, it’s not witchcraft, apparently it’s a lot of studying, research and hard work. Disney’s Byron Howard and Rich Moore talk us through their new movie Zootropolis and how they got to where they are today. How did the idea for Zootropolis come…

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Selected Homme’s Copenhagen City Guide

Kings of Scandinavian menswear Selected Homme talk us through their Copenhagen hot spots so you won’t get stuck in an overpriced tourist trap stuffing your face full of meatballs. We need a coffee fix. Where do we go? Kompa ´9 – Great atmosphere and service. Also superb for brunch and lunch.   Our stomachs are…

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Zombie Survival Guide: The Chainsmokers

American DJ duo (not tobacco enthusiasts) answer our apocalypse questions to see whether they would survive or perish. They’re ain’t no #Selfies in the new world, but at least they have Russian war helicopters. You’re in the centre of a city when you get a news alert saying there’s is zombie outbreak in the capital.…

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One From the Archives: Andrew Scott Interview

Down in the Topman Studio, we’re awaiting the arrival of Andrew Scott. We expect him to arrive all mysterious and pouty like his infamous dark Sherlock character, Moriarty, but what we get is a friendly, joking guy who’s keen to get dressed up. Is this a ploy? Some sort of trick to get us comfortable…

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Zombie Survival Guide: Jack Garratt

He’s a multi-instrumentalist which might mean he’s good with his hands, plus he’s also got the rugged apocalypse thing going down already with his strong beard game, but you’ll never know how someone will react to a zombie until they are put in that situation. We thought it’d be a bit cruel to trap Jack…

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7 Ways Kurt Cobain’s Legacy Can Still be Felt

When Kurt Cobain scrawled 'it's better to burn out than to fade away' in his suicide note, he had no idea of the lasting impression that he, his music and his death would have on contemporary society. Put simply, after Cobain, nothing was ever quite the same again. With so much of this season's fashion…

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Top 5 Hidden Pubs in Leeds

It’s no secret that when it comes to the nation's pubs, many of the best ones tend to be tucked away down back alleys and side streets.To make it easier for you to find a great pint in Leeds, we've done the legwork for you and hunted out the city's top hidden pubs. Whitelock’s A…

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Cheap (but Still Cool) Pints in London

You’ve had a tough week in London. You want to enjoy a beautiful, soothing pint of something that’ll wash your worries away. You go to the bar, you point at some brand of beer you can’t pronounce the name of. Then BAM! That’ll be £8, please. No box of hot wings and side of fries…

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