Articles by: Steph Schultz

FILM: Welcome To The Punch

FILM: Welcome To The Punch

Arts, Film June 6, 2013 at 11:30 am Comments

THE BRITISH gangster film, and particularly the London-set variety, is somewhat of a tired genre these days. Occasionally, there is a fresh and dynamic take on it, a Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels or aRead More

MUSIC: Yeah Yeah Yeahs

MUSIC: Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Arts, Music June 4, 2013 at 11:30 am Comments

CONSIDERING it’s been 13 years since New York trio the Yeah Yeah Yeahs burst onto the music scene, time hasn’t tarnished their talent, with even their newest music remaining as fresh and exciting as their firstRead More

MUSIC: Atoms For Peace

MUSIC: Atoms For Peace

Arts, Music June 4, 2013 at 11:30 am Comments

DID YOU HEAR the one about when Thom Yorke, Flea and Mauro Refosco walked into a recording studio? Well you soon will. Atoms For Peace is in theory a collaboration between members of Radiohead, Red HotRead More

TV: Girls

TV: Girls

Arts, TV June 2, 2013 at 11:30 am Comments

GIRLS, like many a great programme before it has heavily polarised opinion yet this just an example of why it is such great television. Great television should always attempt to push the medium into a placeRead More

MUSIC: Foals’ ‘Holy Fire’

MUSIC: Foals’ ‘Holy Fire’

Arts, Music June 1, 2013 at 3:01 am Comments

FOALS have been growing in acclaim with each album they bring out, and Holy Fire may not break any records but it once again puts Foals back in the charts and with energetic tracks like ‘Inhaler’Read More

ARTS CENTRE: More than just a laugh – Robin Ince

ARTS CENTRE: More than just a laugh – Robin Ince

Arts, Comedy May 30, 2013 at 11:30 am Comments

ROBIN Ince is multitalented; able to put his name to comedy, TV and radio, amongst other things. He is also known for being unafraid to voice his opinion on matters such as politics and religion. DespiteRead More

EVENTS: Aberystwyth School of Art Showcase

EVENTS: Aberystwyth School of Art Showcase

Arts, Local May 28, 2013 at 12:38 pm Comments

THIS week, the School of Art is showcasing the work of undergraduate and postgraduate students in the beautiful Edward Davies Building not far from the station. There is a variety of mediums and subject choices, everythingRead More

MUSIC: Kvelertak’s Latest Album, Meir

MUSIC: Kvelertak’s Latest Album, Meir

Arts, Music May 28, 2013 at 11:30 am Comments

THERE are few rock bands over the past couple of years that have enjoyed the breakout success of Norwegian sextet Kvelertak (Stranglehold in their native language). The self-titled debut album was a lively mixture hard rock,Read More

FILM: Boyle follows his Oscar wins with Trance

FILM: Boyle follows his Oscar wins with Trance

Arts, Film May 26, 2013 at 11:30 am Comments

DANNY Boyle: genre hopping Oscar winner, eternally optimistic Mancunian, film student favourite and a post-Olympic national treasure, could have easily surfed the wave of national appreciation after the success of his Olympic opening ceremony but hasRead More

ARTS CENTRE: Gillian Clarke and Carol Ann Duffy

ARTS CENTRE: Gillian Clarke and Carol Ann Duffy

Arts, Local May 24, 2013 at 11:30 am Comments

AS PART of the Wales Festival of Architecture, Thursday 18th April saw the Arts Centre bar bursting to capacity as a crowd of eager listeners awaited the arrival of two literary greats. The excitement was overflowing asRead More