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The Angle Daily - Issue 16 (Interactive Music & Film Magazine)








Check out yesterday's new Angle Daily magazine! http://issuu.com/anglemagazineuk/docs/angle_daily-_issue_16/1 

This issue features:


On the cover is a photo of singer/songwriter Ben Eakins, taken by Lee
Edwards of Ledwards.photos . Inside you’ll find:

Highlights from our Balcony Sessions featuring Jess Phillips, Logan Wilson, Harry Whitburn and Zakk Haydon. As well as photos of Mir Cooke’s guitarist James Brandenburg and Matt Finucane.


Music and info on releases and news concerning rising bands/artists like Indian Handcrafts, All People!, Dream State, &U&I, Junior and Handguns.

Highlights from Muggle’s Full Rotation mixtape.

A review by Cleary Mallard of the latest Thelem EP.

Music and info on releases and news concerning major bands/artists like Brian Fallon, Metallica, Skindred, Tyler The Creator and Gorillaz

Trailers, news and previews concerning the hunger games: mockingjay part 2, Hail Caesar, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Expendables 4 and Bryan Cranston.

A review of The Martian by Cleary Mallard.

Highlights from our mixtape including Howls, Wolf Like Child and The Lucid Experiment.

Along with artwork by Zoe Jackson , Millie Watson and Eve Yarnton and photos by Tori Olson of Victoria Olson Photo & Design, you’ll find adverts for Zoe Jackson Illustration, Harriet Wakefield Acting Tuition and Zone Comic



As the name of the magazine suggests, it will be released everyday between Monday to Friday (evenings), to provide the latest Music & Film news! So be sure to check it out daily on:

www.angle-magazine.co.uk

https://www.facebook.com/AngleMagazineBrighton

http://issuu.com/anglemagazineuk







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