VIDEO: Eastenders | Pie & Mash Off – Episode 2

In this episode of the Pie & Mash Off the boys head to Chrisp Street Market in Poplar, East London again but this time they’re there to check out the other Pie n’ Mash staple of Poplar “Eastenders”.

Scott chats to the owner Brian about the history of the cockney dish and the reactions from tourists looking for that traditional meal.

Jax and Terry also join Scott to sample the Pie n’ Mash that Eastenders has to offer over a chat about their memories growing up and going to this shop.


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World of Sport Wrestling teams up with Impact for new series

After the success of the New Years Eve special from ITV it has been announced that World of Sport Wrestling will be returning for a 10-part series and will be working alongside Impact Wrestling, the American wrestling promotion aka TNA.

The first World of Sport branded Wrestling event in 30 years gained quite a lot of attention and has shown the ITV bosses that the brand still has some life with a mix of nostalgia and the current strength in the British wrestling scene, which is arguable the best it’s been since the original show ended in 1985. Director of Entertainment, ITV Studios Manchester, Tom Mclennan said “Britain’s wrestling scene is thriving and there has never been a better time to bring it back to ITV after a gap of 30 years”.

American wrestling legend Jeff Jarrett, who recently became the Chief Creative Officer of Impact Wrestling after spending some time away from the company he founded with his father in 2002 has said “The WOS brand is etched in professional wrestling tradition. My family’s lineage in the industry dates back 70-plus years, so I am honoured to revive the legacy of this historic British series“.

It is not currently known what the partnership between ITV and Anthem (owner of Impact Wrestling) will bring and wether or not toe World of Sport show will feature a mixed roster from both countries but this is looking like  a very significant move for both companies and the British wrestling scene in general.

What we do know at the moment is that more will be announced in an upcoming press conference on Monday and the first events will take place in Preston at the intimate Preston Guild
Hall on Thursday 25th May and Friday 26th May with tickets going on pre-sale on April 9th here.

Talk and Beans: WWE UK Championship Tournament – Special Guests: William Regal & Robbie Brookside

Episode #17 of Talk and Beans is about the WWE UK Championship Tournament. The boys are joined on this episode by special guests William Regal & Robbie Brookside from WWE who talk about British Wrestling’s past and future.

Scott and Tom review the events, tell stories about “training” with one of the competitors, who stood out to them and the possibility of WWE having worldwide territories.

Lots of laughs, funny stories and ridiculous impressions as always.


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VIDEO: Life in 2006 – Backyard Wrestling

We got so tired of talking about 2016 that we decided to make a series on 2006 instead. I’m joined by my long time friends Justin and Terry talk about what life was like for us 10 years earlier as we react to videos of ourselves from 2006. In this episode we watch clips from when we were “Backyard Wrestlers” and talk about our lost agility, some of our questionable fashion decisions and plenty of funny memories about Backyard Wrestling and life in general.

If you like this episode then check back soon for the other episodes that see us react to more Life in 2006.

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VIDEO: Talk and Beans Christmas Bauble Adventure

The Talk and Beans boys decide to work on their Christmas Tree whilst explaining what to expect from the podcast in this festive month of December. 

There will be four podcasts in the Talk and Beans Christmas Spectacular 2016 series which will feature comedic movie reviews and discussion about Home Alone, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Die Hard featuring special guests and a Christmas Special where Tom and Scott tell funny stories surrounding their Christmas pasts and other funny festive chat.

Comment and let us know what you would like Talk and Beans to podcast about from the world of Pop Culture!

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Enter Shikari to headline Slam Dunk Festival

Enter Shikari have today been confirmed as the headliners for Slam Dunk Festival 2017, where they will be celebrating the ten-year anniversary of their landmark debut album Take To The Skies.

The festival will be showing signs of it’s continual growth as it has done in previous years and now in it’s 11th year with bigger venues as the multi locational festival will take place in Birmingham at the NEC on May 27th, Leeds at the First Direct Arena on May 28th, and Hatfield at The Forum on May 29th.

After unveiling their surprise new single Hoodwinker last month, the band said they are starting work on what they say will be a ‘new era’ and their ‘best album yet.’ whilst celebrating their first major breakout album with these special festival dates. The band have DJ’d Slam Dunk twice, and frontman Rou Reynolds said that it will be amazing to finally play it properly.

This is the first time the band are ever playing the festival, and festival director Ben Ray said that he is happy to welcome the band, and that it’s great to have another headliner from the UK, which shows how well British Rock music is doing.

Slam Dunk Festival 2017 is already shaping up to be a big one and certainly one that you do not want to miss, taking place across multiple venues throughout May. Tickets are on sale from 9am on Friday 11th November here.

blink-182 announce 2017 headline tour

blink-182 have today announced a headline UK tour, the tour will take place in July 2017

They have announced that they will be playing 10 headline dates, but we think that there may be more due to popular demand.

Tickets are on sale this Friday the 11th November at 9am.

The band will be playing the following venues:

                                     July 2017

3 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
4 Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
5 Leeds First Direct Arena
7 Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
9 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
11 Glasgow SSE Hyrdo
14 Manchester Arena
15 Liverpool Echo Arena
17 Bournemouth International Centre
19 London O2 Arena

Download Festival announce first wave of bands including System of a Down

The Donington based Festival returns for 2017 with a bang having just announced that System of a Down will take the stage on the Friday Night. It will be the third time the band play Download Festival and joining them are some other pretty big names including Aerosmith, Biffy Clyro, Five Finger Death Punch and for the first time in the UK, the supergroup on the lips of rock fans, Prophets of Rage.

The festival will take place on June 9th, 10th and 11th and tickets will be on general sale at 10am on November 4th after the initial Pre Sale sold out.

Check out the current confirmed line up below;


Also, check out our special episode of the Queue & A at Download 2015


REVIEW: Funeral For A Friend – O2 Forum, Kentish Town, London (21/05/16)

On the 21st May 2016, Funeral For A Friend graced the stage for the very last time. The band had announced a year prior that they would be no more following an aptly named “The last chance to dance” tour. This was to see the album’s Hours and Casually dressed and deep in conversation played in their entirety.

On the second and final night at the Kentish Town forum, the band performed the first album they ever released, 2003’s  Casually dressed and deep in conversation which featured at number 12 in the album charts. It was an incredible and firm fan favourite containing the hits such as “juneau”. The supports acts for the night were Zoax, a London based five piece, alongside Creeper who have previously supported FFAF on the release of their last album “Chapter and verse” UK tour. The southampton horror punks Creeper are definitely a band to look out for. With a very afi/alkaline trio esque sound they are quickly making a name for themselves, recently winning Best British Newcomer at the K! Awards and Golden God awards this week. Although the crowd was hesitant at first, they soon warmed up to the energetic and charming stage presence of vocalist Will Gould, with current fan favourites of VCR and Black Mass.

fdt1From the start to end, the energy and emotion that filled that room is indescribable. Song after song, the crowd sung their lungs out like their lives depended on it. A 15 year career combined into one final night.  This wasn’t just a recap recital of the album, no – this was more. This was a chance for Matt Davies to tell us the true inspiration and meanings behind each song which you don’t read in the magazines, adding to the tugs already pulling on our heart strings. As they sung through hit after hit, it was hard to even hear Matt’s vocals anymore over the crowd. Everyone in that crowd tonight danced and sang as if it was 2003, even more so when the band was joined by former members Darren smith and Ryan Richards on stage for a performance of This Year’s Most Open Heartbreak.

Many fans, including myself began to shed a few tears at watching this band who was the soundtrack to our teenage years come to an end. The once small group who helped kick start the era of welsh bands who stormed the charts with the likes of BFMV and Lostprophets. The closing song for tonight’s show was History, one they’ve ended on many times. But tonight it had a whole new meaning, a song that summed up the entire gig creating an explosion of emotions from not only the crowd, but from the band. Never have I experienced a gig where the crowd managed to bring the front man to tears, but they did. As the lines of “history” came to an end, and the band took their final bows, it was obvious the crowd wasn’t quite ready to let go. For 5 minutes the crowd sang in unison an encore of History, fingers up in salute as they watched their heroes stand in awe of the sheer passion and emotion in the room.fdt3

As sad as it is to see a favourite band go, that final show marked the end of an era in such a positive way. They ended the career on a high note, unlike the case of many bands that just deteriorate away. FFAF tonight made sure that while they may be gone, they’ll never be forgotten.

“Raise your fingers for one last salute and bleed this skyline dry. Your history is mine.” FFAF. 2001-2016 RIP.

Casually Dressed and Deep in Conversation

Setlist May 21st:

Rookie of the Year

Bullet Theory


Bend Your Arms to Look Like Wings

Escape Artists Never Die


Moments Forever Faded

She Drove Me to Daytime Television

Red Is the New Black

Your Revolution Is a Joke

Waking Up




This Year’s Most Open Heartbreak

(with Darran Smith and Ryan Richards)

Kiss & Make Up (All Bets Are Off)

10 Scene Points to the Winner

You Want Romance?

10:45 Amsterdam Conversations

The Art of American Football

Roses for the Dead


Don’t forget to check out the Rebellious Noise review of the night before where FFAF played “Hours” in full here and our interview with them at Breakout Festival 2014.

REVIEW: Funeral For A Friend – O2 Forum, Kentish Town, London (20/05/16)

‘This Could Be a Movie, This could be a final act, we don’t need these, happy endings’

Just a few of the words sung so brilliantly and emotionally by Matthew Davies-Kreye on such an emotionally charged evening.

20th May marked the penultimate ever show for Funeral For A Friend after 15 years as a band, the Welsh rockers bowed out in an incredible final tour, spanning many UK venues.

The tour was due to conclude in April, but due to the original The Shepherd’s Bush Empire having some structural issues, they had to move the show to the slightly bigger, 1,300 capacity O2 Forum in London’s Kentish Town.

On this night they played through Hours, 2005’s follow up to their 2003 album Casually Dressed and Deep in Conversation (Which they played on the Saturday, their final EVER show)

As they came out, there was no fancy music, no elaborate entrances. Just five individuals taking to the stage for the penultimate time.

The band blasted through All The Rage and Streetcar (which was the highest placing single in the charts from this album – 15th) there was already a sense of just what an emotional night this was going to be.
The first huge crowd reaction of the night was when they hit the first notes of Roses For The Dead and it carried on into Hospitality, Drive and Monsters.

Next came, and understandably so… The biggest cheer of the night for History such an emotional performance not just from the band, but from the crowd too. This was such a great performance.
Throughout the night, Matt  told us that he was going to try and explain the meaning behind some of the songs, something he wasn’t intent on doing at the start. Some of them were about Politics, and that Alvarez was about LGBT rights and expressing that love.

takes the Guitar from Kris and plays through I Am The Arsonist on his own. The entire band return for Sixteen and 1%. They deviate away from Hours to blast through Into OblivionThe band end with Juneau and Escape Artists Never Die, and get a great crowd response. This was an amazing night with a great band who unfortunately we won’t be able to see anymore. Great work FFAF thanks for getting memories
Check out our interview with the boys in Funeral for a Friend from Breakout Festival 2014 here: