We’ve seen the attempts by Birmingham to bring back Brit Pop, and we’ve become accustomed to the Northamptonshire craze for reviving the psychedelic era. But it’s Leicestershire that’s the place for the latest post-hardcore talent, and Omaha are the ones to watch. (more…)
Even the best gunslinger needs backup in a pinch. For a limited time, Switchblade Monkeys is rewarding every owner of Spaghetti Western PvP shooter Secret Ponchos with a free Steam code to give to a friend. Currently on Steam Early Access and coming to PS4 this fall, play as outlaw in a group of four (soon to be eight) in Wild West shoot-outs against friends and challengers.
Pigasus Games invites gamers to create their own adventures in its Steam Greenlight-approved adventure creation game, Adventurezator: When Pigs Flynow available as an Early Access title on Steam for PC, Mac, and Linux.
The Queen’s Guard have performed a cover of the hit US series’ theme tune outside Buckingham Palace. Perhaps since her recent visit to the set in Belfast, Queen Elizabeth has gained a liking for the fantasy drama.
Watch the impressive rendition of Ramin Djawadi’s (Iron man, Clash of the Titans) original piece below.
The hit HBO series is going from strength to strength, invading pop culture all over the world. Star Kristian Nairn, who plays Hodor in the show, recently announced plans to tour Australia with his DJ set on the ‘Rave of Thrones’ tour, complete with themed dress-up.
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Stoner rock pioneers and cult heroes Sleep have released their first new song in 20 years! The new track The Clarity has been released as a part of Adult Swim’s Single Series, and will be available for free on July 21st!
In an interview with NPR The band described the 10 minute rifforamma as “a lyrical follow up to a lifetime of marijuana enjoyment” but have no progress to report on a new album, see the full interview here.
The band are set to headline Desertfest 2015 in London.
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Google has agreed to add protections around games’ in-app purchases to protect parent’s credit cards from children unwittingly spending their money. The changes come at the request of the European Commission, which has been investigating the ongoing issue of unwanted in-app purchases and has laid out a series of guidelines that it would like developers and app stores to follow. Google has said that by the end of September, it will cease to advertise games as “free” when they include in-app purchases and that it will also require payment verification before each purchase. It’s unclear if these changes will be exclusive to Europe, however.