Category Slumped

10 Footballers to have played under their father’s management.

Alex and Darren Ferguson Alex Ferguson was still in the early years of his Manchester United tenure when he handed a debut to his 18-year-old son Darren. A central midfielder with a strong tackle, Darren Ferguson appeared in the opening 15 games of the inaugural Premier League season, standing in for the injured Brian Robson. […]

Collecting On a Budget

Gaming has always been a form of entertainment that has transcended class and financial clout whether it be 20p a game at the local arcade or a brand new Sega Saturn, so why should that change now? Michael Crocombe looks at how you can get the games you want, on a budget you can afford. […]

Slumped Mix Tape Three – Free Download

I know that near enough two weeks without an entry is close to unforgivable, so I shall do the best I can to redeem myself. Although it only seems like yesterday since SIAC2, May has been full to the brim with exciting and, more importantly, free music. To celebrate such a fine month, allow me […]

Slumped Mix Tape Two – Free Download

It’s been a long time coming (11 months to be precise) but today marks the momentous occasion of SIAC’s second mix tape. Basically a compilation of tracks from the past month or so which can be legally downloaded from various sources, all tidied up into one nice little bundle. Let’s all hope that these tracks […]

Xerces Jewellery

As a 23-year-old male, I’m allowed to like rings, right? I mean not collect them, make them or even wear them, but surely I’m allowed to think their nice? Maybe blog about them even? Just the once? Xerces are an English jewellery firm who make some of the coolest rings I have ever seen. Granted, […]

Chisel & Mouse

As an individual who has been described as both ‘breathtakingly majestic’ and ‘stunningly elegant’, I know a thing or two about refined beauty. Having utilised said understanding in the past to select the classiest instant noodles and finespun jogging bottoms I decided that it was about time  to take the next logical step and switch […]

10 Fatal On Field Footballing Tragedies

Fabrice Muamba’s cardiac arrest at White Hart Lane this year highlighted the dangerous nature of any top level sport. Thankfully, the Bolton midfielder survived the dramatic events of March 17th but throughout football’s past there have been many who have not been so lucky. In this list we take a look at those who lost […]

Meet; Louis London

Following up on yesterdays track ‘Hardly Hear You’ by Sydney-based five-piece Louis London, lead singer Ed Saloman was good enough to take time out of his busy schedule to talk to Slumped In A Corner about ambitions, inspirations and the Triple J Unearthed revolution. Hi Ed, congratulations on the recent release of your EP ‘On […]

Jana & JS – Take a Second Look.

There is a difference between walking the streets of London with open eyes and walking the streets of London with an open mind and with the public perception of graffiti and street art gradually changing, it’s time for you to fall into the latter category. Jana and JS are a couple whose stencil work graces […]

Album Review – Little Comets – Life Is Elsewhere

Soulful, painful and melodic, Little Comets new album ‘Life is Elsewhere’ confirms the relevance of  the hauntingly brilliant indie-pop band. Last week I found myself up in the rafters of Camden’s Koko club grinding and body-popping to the honest lullabies of Robert Coles et al as they showcased the array of quality featured on their […]