• 30 2015 July

    Friends: The Top 30 Best Episodes

    For many people born between the mid 80’s and early 90’s, Friends was a cornerstone of our generation. In 10 years and 236 episodes, the show captured the hearts and imaginations of millions of people more prominently than any other sitcom at the time. It’s dated extraordinarily well too (save for some of the fashion choices and one reference to

    ( Read More )
    Friends 2

    For many people born between the mid 80’s and early 90’s, Friends was a cornerstone of our generation. In 10 years and 236 episodes, the show captured the hearts and imaginations of millions of people more prominently than any other sitcom at the time. It’s dated extraordinarily well too (save for some of the fashion choices and one reference to

    read more →
  • 29 2015 July

    MLS: Major League Dollar Time!

    The prospect of playing in the MLS for over the hill players is too good an opportunity to turn down due to the ‘high quality of the leagues football, it’s history and it’s love of the game’. David Beckham was one of the first high profile names to make the transition from the European leagues to the Scrooge McDuck

    ( Read More )
    mls-step-repeat-blue

    The prospect of playing in the MLS for over the hill players is too good an opportunity to turn down due to the ‘high quality of the leagues football, it’s history and it’s love of the game’. David Beckham was one of the first high profile names to make the transition from the European leagues to the Scrooge McDuck

    read more →
  • 27 2015 July

    Hot Chip – Why Make Sense? Album Review

    Hot Chip emerged in the noughties as one of a plethora of groups such as LCD Soundsystem and MGMT whose music walked that fine line between indie and electronica. They were also one of the best of these indie/electronica, outfits to boot. Singles such as Over and Over, Ready for the Floor and Night & Day remain floor fillers at indie discos,

    ( Read More )
    hot_chip_why_make_sense_album_stream_listen_the_405

    Hot Chip emerged in the noughties as one of a plethora of groups such as LCD Soundsystem and MGMT whose music walked that fine line between indie and electronica. They were also one of the best of these indie/electronica, outfits to boot. Singles such as Over and Over, Ready for the Floor and Night & Day remain floor fillers at indie discos,

    read more →
Write for us: email enquiries@hamburgersnheroin.com