New York Fashion Week When: 7th February 2013 Where: New York What: The first of the ‘big four’ of fashion weeks to inspire next season’s catwalk trends and looks. Although you may not be able to attend do not let this stop you keeping an eye out for the newest looks of the next [...]
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bentcousin’s members are based in Brighton, London and Bournemouth and are fronted by twins Amelia and Pat along with drummer Dan, bassist Matt and Uncle Fintan, ensuring that the band is well and truly a family affair. The band’s debut EP, Everybody’s Got One, consists of 6 tracks and lasts for 18 minutes and 7 seconds – a short-lived EP but understandably so considering the fast-paced nature of some of the tracks (they’re as tightly buttoned as one of Pat’s glorious shirts) – tracks like F.O.R.G.E.T that frolic and snap in a whirlwind of jangly guitar pop that echoes the likes of Girls Names, Spectrals, and Little Comets.
1 in 5 people working in London are receiving ‘poverty wages’ claims a charity. The number of jobs paying below the ‘London Living wage’ has risen from 100,000 – 580,000 from 2010-2011. Last year Boris Johnson increased the national minimum wage by 45p bringing it to £8.30 an hour. This was done in hopes of [...]
Shoppers helped create the largest ever retail queue to buy the iPhone 5 outside Apple’s London Regent Street store this morning. Despite controversy surrounding the company’s new Maps service, which has left out a number of places and landmarks, a total of 1,297 people queued as doors opened at 8.01am. The previous record, also set [...]
Written by Emily Gloyens It’s 10am on Friday the 27th of July 2012. I have had maybe 5 hours sleep due to excitement, but that’s fine. I shower and pack my bags before making the enduring transition from West to East London. I cannot even begin to contemplate how many times I have made this [...]
At just 22 Louis Smith is already one of the best artistic gymnasts in the world and, after whetting his appetite in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, has his sights set firmly on a gold medal come the 2012 Olympics. The Peterborough-born gymnast caught up exclusively with James Hartnett just seven months before the Games well [...]
When Coca Cola perched their iconic red bus down at Talbot Campus to give people the chance to get their photo taken with the Olympic Torch, anticipation for 2012 to kick off got that little bit more real. Nerve Sport headed down to the event to catch all the hype that next year is already [...]
With 2012 fast approaching, Nerve continues its coverage of the Olympic build up, this month focusing on Team GB’s basketball campaign and the team’s chances next summer. For British Basketball, London 2012 holds massive importance. Team GB were granted automatic host participation by governing [...]
We gauged the public’s reactions when we told them a scheme to blind roosters to stop them fighting was so successful it was being deployed by the Met Police on humans!
As the London Olympics edge closer, Nerve’s Dan Welling speaks exclusively with Dorset’s World Number One Taekwondo champion, Aaron Cook.