The lowdown on getting inked in London

A closer look at the tattoo parlours around Richmond Row

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

Tattoo examples

You’ve spent years designing the perfect tattoo, an image capturing the very essence of your being. Or maybe you just really want a pink fairy on your ass for the rest of your life. Either way, if you’re getting inked, it’s important to pick a good tattoo parlour. (read more)

Senses Fail discusses its many influences

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

This year ushers in a new era for New Jersey rock act Senses Fail. After a mutual parting with guitarist Dave Miller, the addition of former Midtown guitarist Heath Saraceno, the release of its sophomore album and receiving a top spot on this year’s Taste of Chaos tour, lead singer Buddy Nielsen feels Senses Fail has finally found its niche. (read more)

Fanatic air guitarists mock true musicians

Air Guitar Nation opens up a new world of rock celeb-dom

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

Two guys playing air guitar

“Musicians” from around the world flock to Finland every year for a chance to play onstage before a crowd of 1,000-plus screaming rock fans. Rigorous practice and precise choreography is needed to stand out against competition and be the best. (read more)

On Disc: Bright Eyes

Album: Cassadaga

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

Cassadaga by Bright Eyes

Bright Eyes
Saddle Creek Records

4 stars

Bright Eyes returns with its latest release, Cassadaga. (read more)

A&E wrap-up: art world outside Western bubble

Tune in to Volume 101 for exhibits, dirt and rock stars

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

Batman kissing Robin

This is it, the year’s last issue. We promised we wouldn’t stain the pages with our tears or play Green Day’s “Good Riddance” in the background, but we just couldn’t resist.

This year A&E tried to provide readers with fair coverage of on-campus events as well as local ones and, in doing so, we discovered how integral the art world outside the Western bubble is to London. (read more)


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