To continue with our early pre-releases for our BAMM magazine, we have another film review, this time from Clare Holyoak who has wrote about the tear-jerking tale ‘A Girl Like Her’. The film is rather thought provokingly tagged as being based on ‘a million true stories’ which really puts it into perspective.
Our next piece, comes from Rebecca Crackett, who writes about one of the finely tucked away restaurants in the middle of Newcastle!
Check the rest of The Bunker website to find the other articles that have been posted if you enjoyed this one!
In BAMM, fashion will also be featured, therefore we thought we’d give you a little taster of that too! Check out the article below about the local graduate girl, Jane Wimpenny, who is changing the World of fashion for the better!
To give you a flavour for all of the different categories that we have on show in our lifestyle magazine, BAMM, we are now releasing an article from our gaming section.
This piece, based around the post-apocalyptic, RPG Fallout 4, was written by Nathan Bull, who steams ahead in the gaming world with his passion for everything console based. Take a look at his insightful and entertaining review-based text about Bethesda’s latest release and let us know your thoughts!
Here we go:
For the second instalment in the BAMM magazine articles being released, we have an interview that was conducted earlier in the year with The Heavenly Thrillbillies, the local 3-piece Americana band that continue to stun us and get our feet tapping with their amazing covers and their covers of Americana classics.
Take a read below:
Recently, we had a visit from blue-grass band The Heavenly Thrillbillies (made up of Phil Wynn on banjo, Gary Brewis on double bass & Andy Fraser on guitar) who did an in-house recording with us and allowed us to interview them, giving us an insight into everything from their travels, to where and when they first met. Without further ado: The Heavenly Thrillbillies.