Visit tonearmmedia.co.uk to see the full project surrounding sound quality and its place in the music industry. 2014 was the year the music industry took notice of sound quality, with numerous high-resolution devices set for the market. But is HD audio something people seek or sidestep? Tonearm investigates the […]
In the past two years, the Bournemouth Marathon Festival has rapidly rose to success, becoming a focal point for Bournemouth. Buzz discovered how this event came about, how it has impacted upon the town and how after a lot of planning made it to the finish line. How did it begin? From the 4th to 5th of October, Bournemouth’s second Marathon […]
The picturesque scenes of Dorset will be featured in the upcoming Landscape Photographer of the Year exhibition. Located at the Moors Valley Country Park, Ashley Cross, the exhibition will run from October 11th up until November 23rd, featuring 6 award-winning photographs of the coastal town as well as 100 images of countrysides from up and […]
Repairs on the River Stour in Christchurch have begun today, following severe floods last winter. In the early weeks of 2014, severe storms and tidal surges hit the nature reserve, resulting in boats being washed ashore as well as damage being caused to the timber revetments in place. The west bank of the river will […]
The iconic Mr Scruff makes his Bournemouth debut tonight at the Old Fire Station, bringing with his big box of records to exhilarate and charm the crowd. DJ Mr Scruff (Andy Carthy) has been producing music since 1994, and despite the […]
Money- This one seems obvious, but you never want to be that guy who has spent all of his funds by the second day, and now is living off biscuits and White Lightning for the rest of of the festival. Make sure you pack plenty of money, festivals are expensive places, I repeat EXPENSIVE. Don’t […]
Graph showing percentage of vacant shops in Great Britain over the past 6 years.