Monthly Archives: October 2018

Salvador (Blu-ray/DVD) – Getting the Truth Out

Oliver Stone’s Salvador makes its UK début on Blu-ray within weeks of Oscar Romero being canonised earlier this month. The archbishop criticised actions by either side in the Salvadoran Civil War that adversely affected civilians. It was the main reason … Continue reading

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DJ Andy Hunter, Part 1: Dance Music Pioneer

While it feels like churches have hosted classical concerts forever; secular rock artists are increasingly using them as venues; and Christians have had decades to evolve (somewhat soft) rock music in worship, there is still a great black hole where … Continue reading

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Andy Hunter, Part 2: Presence – the World’s First Arts-based Devotional App?

Some new releases get launched with a huge media blast, while some just seep out slowly. One that surely deserves a blast, but has quietly evolved in stages, is Andy Hunter’s Presence project, its vision to inspire people’s reflections and … Continue reading

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Richard Durrant – Stringhenge

It’s not easy to get politics into largely instrumental, largely classical music, but that hasn’t stopped guitarist Richard Durrant trying. Straight after finishing Stringhenge – “the most personal album I have ever made” – he cycled over a thousand miles … Continue reading

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