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Rubii and Mally.A navigate the troubles of everyday life on new single ‘Both Sides’

"Sometimes you have to set aside all the noise and focus on your moment." Emerging on Soundcloud in 2016, Bristolian producer Rubii is an artist working in an exciting and versatile musical space that combines trap, hyperpop and UK rap. His most recent drop ‘Both Sides’ is a collaborative single with South London artist and producer Mally.A – a track about navigating the troubles of everyday life, tumultuous relationships with friends, and coming back to the one constant that will always be there.
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The Man Behind The Mask: Dave Prowse, Tuesday, 11.00, BBC Radio 4 Extra

A big day for Radio Bristol as they get a rare outing on the network, and rightly so for this tribute to one of the city’s finest sons, marking the first anniversary of his death. A proud Bristolian he was too, and though everyone always laughs at his accent, he was clearly very proud of his work on Star Wars. And what with his appearances on the likes of Doctor Who and The Tomorrow People, and of course his Green Cross Code adverts, he really does have more cult TV and film credits than pretty much anyone else, with the likes of Madeline Smith and Jeremy Bulloch, who we also sadly lost in the last year, paying tribute.
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Drug gangs, skinheads and Stephen Merchant: the wild life of Outlaws co-creator Elgin James

Elgin James has led a more eventful life than most TV writers. He grew up on a farm in rural New England, mixed-race himself, in an adoptive family and with an abusive father. He was arrested for the first time at the age of 12. He went on to found the Boston punk gang FSU in the late 1980s; their name originally stood for F--- Shit Up, and they stood – and often fought – against drug-dealers and white supremacists.
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The 10 Best Hardbag Tracks, according to Eats Everything

Ever since he arrived in 2011 with ‘Heard That’, Daniel Pearce aka Eats Everything has been tearing up the UK’s and Europe’s biggest clubs as a DJ, with the most statement house and techno tunes of the last decade – many of which are his own productions. His labels, Edible and new techno focused imprint EI8HT, have churned out key releases from Melé, Dance System, Truncate and Black Girl/White Girl.
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epigram.org.uk

Burst Radio to air a celebration of The Wurzels

The student station is preparing to air a special broadcast to mark 55 years of the legendary Bristolian band The Wurzels. Last month, Burst Radio returned effortlessly to our airwaves, giving us a non-stop 10am-10pm online schedule, and on 1st November it went 24/7, joining award-winning Bristol station BCfm for overnight broadcasting. Mixing their local output seamlessly with student programming has earned the station listeners across the city, and widespread acclaim for their diverse mix of speech and music.
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TechRadar

How to watch UK Championship 2021: live stream snooker free and from anywhere

Neil Robertson consigned Judd Trump to more UK Championship heartbreak 12 months ago, but the Bristolian enters the first Triple Crown event of this season in top form. Will anyone be able to stop him in York? Read on as we explain how to watch a 2021 UK Championship snooker live stream online today from anywhere - including for free thanks to the BBC and its easy-to-use iPlayer streaming service.
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Giuseppe Dell’Anno: ‘I thought Bake Off was going to be a nightmare’

It was a grand slam for Italy – winners of Eurovision and Euro 2020 – this week, as Giuseppe Dell’Anno triumphed in The Great British Bake Off. The 45-year-old engineer – with his precise, impeccable English; his Bristolian life; wife and three sons; and his unbelievably tidy workstation – never thought of himself as a showman. “Whenever I do a Myers-Briggs [personality] test,” he tells me the morning after the final airs, “I come out as a massive introvert. Nothing gives me more energy than locking myself in a room and working on my own. When I got into Bake Off, I thought: ‘This is going to be a nightmare.’”
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classybuzz.com

Giuseppe Dell’Anno: ‘I thought Bake Off was going to be a nightmare’ | The Great British Bake Off

It was a grand slam for Italy – winners of Eurovision and Euro 2020 – this week, as Giuseppe Dell’Anno triumphed in The Great British Bake Off. The 45-year-old engineer – together with his exact, impeccable English; his Bristolian life; spouse and three sons; and his unbelievably tidy workstation – by no means thought of himself as a showman. “Each time I do a Myers-Briggs [personality] check,” he tells me the morning after the ultimate airs, “I come out as a large introvert. Nothing offers me extra power than locking myself in a room and dealing alone. Once I received into Bake Off, I thought: ‘That is going to be a nightmare.’”
TV & VIDEOS

The Outlaws Season 2: BBC Release Date, Cast And Trailer

It's one of the wittier comedies on BBC One and iPlayer, thanks to its tones of self-deprecation, and the broadcasting company's series The Outlaws has been confirmed for a second season. Co-created and directed by Stephen Merchant, the BBC series focuses on seven squabbling criminals who have been bound to...
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Hello Magazine

Will there be a season two of Stephen Merchant’s The Outlaws?

Stephen Merchant’s new comedy-drama The Outlaws continues on BBC One on Monday night with its fifth episode. The new show was written and directed by The Office co-creator Stephen Merchant, who also stars as sad-sack corporate lawyer Greg, and has been a huge hit with viewers since it first aired in October. However, with the series nearing its end, fans are asking if there will be a second series.
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ra.co

Otik - Soulo

Beautiful and bass-heavy techno on Martyn's label. Ashley Thomas, who releases music as Otik, has followed the same arc as many of his Bristolian peers working at the leftfield end of contemporary UK techno. He started out making dubstep and grime before focusing on percussive techno. But even in this crowded field, Thomas has found a niche blending tough drum workouts with anthemic, often tear-jerking melodies. It's a tough balance to get right, but on "Lightyear Dub," he knocks it out of the park. Chill-inducing synth work skates across a dembow upbeat made crystalline with the occasional rattle of glass bottles clinking. It's the highlight of Soulo, an EP that juggles sweet emotion and deep sub-bass. When your melodies aim for the stars, there's always a risk you'll end up too far into the stratosphere. The title track comes close with an arpeggio and lovestruck vocal sample that are almost too euphoric. But the crunch of the low-end keeps us from spiraling away into space. The B-side is equally emotional, but adds some rhythmic oomph. "Garuna" is a breakbeat bubbler with a melancholy vocal sample and "Paradise Mode" is cerebral drum & bass with some plaintive pads and a snaking synth lead. It's not outside the realm of the possible to imagine either ending up in the world of TikTok drum & bass stardom. Thomas has been putting out records since 2014, but this one feels like his most complete artistic statement to date. A self-described Burial fanboy, he showed us a softer side on a nightbus-channeling EP last year, favouring textures over fast tempos. What makes Soulo stand out is the way he transfers this softer palette to club music. The fact that 3024 is the label putting this record out feels like another feather in Thomas's hat, the Martyn co-sign letting us all know that Otik 2.0 has arrived.
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bcfc.co.uk

📢 Grimsby loan move for Bell

The 19-year-old Bristolian, who signed a new three-year deal with the Robins in April, will link up with the Mariners until early January 2022 with a 28-day recall option. Bell, who made his City debut 12 months ago, joins fellow Academy product Ryley Towler at Blundell Park and will be available for selection for Grimsby’s trip to Solihull Moors on Tuesday (November 23rd).
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ruck.co.uk

Sunday’s Rugby Transfer Gossip: Ashton update, Bath want Pollard…

RUMOUR: Former England winger Denny Solomona is weighing up his future with a move to Japan on the table. FULL STORY. SIGNED: Pat Lam has added another Bristolian to his Bears squad, signing tighthead prop Ashley Challenger on a one-year deal. FULL STORY. TARGETS: Leicester Tigers are in the market...
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femalefirst.co.uk

Star Wars cast and crew thought Darth Vader was Scottish after David Prowse mix-up

The cast and crew of the original 'Star Wars' movie suspected that Darth Vader was Scottish after confusion with actor David Prowse's Bristolian accent. The cast and crew of 'Star Wars' thought Darth Vader would be Scottish after a mix-up with David Prowse's Bristolian accent. The late actor physically portrayed...
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Daily Mirror

Holly Willoughby welcomes adorable new addition to family after This Morning absence

Holly Willoughby has revealed her family has finally got a dog as she continues to convalesce after suffering from a stomach bug this week. The mum-of-three has been absent from This Morning after co-host Phill said she was feeling "proper rough". However, Holly's family's new golden retriever, Bailey, was sure...
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northnorfolknews.co.uk

Banksy's Cromer crabs to stay put, council confirms

Banksy's visual comment on the abundance of high-end holiday homes in north Norfolk is staying put until the tide wears it away, an authority has said. North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) said the Bristolian street artist's work stencilled on a sea wall on Cromer's east beach will stay right where it is, as it would be too difficult to move it elsewhere.
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whenthehornblows.com

Album Review: IDLES - 'Crawler'

You have to crawl before you run; but IDLES aren’t known for following the rules. Following on the release of 2020’s Ultra Mono, Crawler is a record that takes a slight swerve. Continuing their music work in the middle of a global pandemic, it will take a toll and can influence the turnout of art in all forms - especially in music - and that influence is heard and felt in this new album. Enter Crawler.
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