Monthly Archive: July, 2012

Knitwear by Reiss

Reiss have revealed their autumn winter range for 2012, featuring some great knitwear pieces. With the British summer being as unpredictable as ever, these autumn pieces can easily be transferred to those chilly… Continue reading

Olympics : Wiggins time trial bike

This is the bike that Bradley Wiggins rode in the Tour de France time trial stages, including the now infamous Stage 19 that secured him victory in the tour. The Pinarello Dogma 2… Continue reading

The xx photo reel

The xx : New album ‘Coexist’ will surface 10th September

Olympics: Heartbreak for Cav as Team GB fall short

Mark Cavendish was left without an Olympic medal to add to his 2011 World Championship win in todays road race. Team GB had hoped to lead Cavendish around the 9 laps of the… Continue reading

Paul Smith : Inspiration is all around us

London Olympics : Cavendish ready for Road Race

Less than a week since the conclusion of the Tour de France, Team GB cycling team were preparing for Saturdays road race in a bid to secure a gold medal for Mark Cavendish.… Continue reading

Race to light the flame

With less then two days to go until the Olympic Games 2012 opening ceremony, the focus is already on which British athlete will get the honour of lighting the Olympic Cauldron. The Olympic… Continue reading

Lucy Rose – Lines

Lucy Rose is a singer songwriter, who came to fame singing with Bombay Bicycle Club on their albums ‘Flaws’ and ‘A Different Kind of Fix’. She now has an album of her own arriving in September after extensive touring in the last year.

The song ‘Lines’ showcases all of Lucy Rose’s talent with beautiful, soft vocal harmonies shining through her well crafted guitar parts. The song has found its way onto the Radio 1 playlist, although Lucy herself is already shying away from any limelight cast on her.

Her debut album ‘Like I Used to’ is released September 24th

Scott throws away The Open

Ernie Els became Open champion for a second time after shooting -2 in his final round, leaving him with a -7 scorecard, to take the claret jug. The real story of the afternoon… Continue reading

Glory for emotional Wiggins

Glory for emotional Wiggins

This is the moment Bradley Wiggins crossed the line on Satudays time trial, knowing he was in touching distance of winning the Tour de France.

Wiggins will become a true sporting legend when the tour concludes in Paris. This victorious fist pump is one that will live long in the memory of British fans. A true release of emotion and realisation of his remarkable achievement.

Wiggins was humbled in his post race press conference,acknowledging the British support as well as the hard work and sacrifices he’s made over the years. For Wiggins his dream has become a reality, and he will shine in yellow at the top of the podium in Paris on Sunday

Bubba watson

Bubba watson

Bubba Watson is quickly becoming one of favourite golfers. A great swing and brilliant touch. Really enjoying watching him at The Open.

I’m preparing a post on the Open for later today, so check back tonight.

Howler – ‘This Ones Different’

An American band signed to the iconic indie label Rough Trade, Howler are every bit the a gritty rock and roll band. With most of the industry still buzzing around the Vaccines, this band have almost falling on deaf ears despite full backing from NME. But his works to Howlers advantage as they’re music is yet to be spoilt by Nike blazer wearing 14 year olds with they’re baseball caps.

This song is the stand out from they’re debut album ‘America Give Up’. Short snappy guitars with plenty of attitude, you can tell the band have real talent. Music isn’t about industry and radio hype, enjoy this band while they’re still unspoilt!

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