Wednesday, March 31, 2010


It seems some of the banners used for the recent Tea Party Protests in the US have taken a few... liberties with spelling. Bless.

See more sign related malarky at Teabonics.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

About Us

The Magazine

One More Robot is a quarterly pop culture print magazine published and sold in Dublin, Ireland. In today’s faced-paced world of MTV blurbs and short-form journalism, we aim to please the more demanding reader. As such, One More Robot encourages its writers to produce longer, analytical and informative articles on a wide variety of topics including music, film, art, literature, the Internet, media, technology, books, politics, sexuality, gender, beauty, current affairs, living in Dublin and anything else we think will interest our readership.

One More Robot
reaches a wide, varied audience with our readership consisting of people from all walks of life. Among the focused groups we appeal to are music collectors and buyers, artists, designers, photographers and others with a keen interest in film, fashion and new media.

Where To Buy

One More Robot is available to buy in  Dublin from:

All City, Crow Street, Temple Bar
The Record, Art and Game Emporium, Fade Street
The Winding Stair Bookshop, Lower Ormond Quay
Blind Tiger Collective, South William Street
White Lady Art Gallery, Wellington Quay

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Thursday, March 25, 2010

One More Robot - Issue 3

Featured Articles

Too Crazy To Care - Interview with Anton Newcombe
Helmets at the ready. Our one-on-one interview proves the controversial Brian Jonestown Massacre frontman and star of the rockumentary Dig! shows no sign of settling into middle age just yet. By Dean Van Nguyen

John Cale: Natural Genius
We caught up with the former Velvet Underground man, now making his name in the art world. By Chris Familton

One More Robot's Top 10 Cult Actors
Ten of Hollywood's unappreciated geniuses. Prepare for your cinematic world to be turned on its head as we highlight your new favourite actors By Jesse Melia, Stephen Rogers & Dean Van Nguyen

Acoustic Gold Genre's come, go and sometimes come again, but the world never tires of the lone man and his acoustic guitar. We chart the history of folk and why it remains timeless. By Chris Familton

A Sports Fan's Fantasy for Pop Music
An original concept that will surely breath life back into the floundering pop charts. By Andrew Unterberger

Also Includes

Desperate Housewives or Twi-Hard Moms? It''s not just teens that are on the Twilight bandwagan as Aislinn Ní Uallacháin discovered.
Futureshock Brogen Hayes just wishes she could get her hands on the gadgets of Back to the Future II
Where's The Beef? Joe Coscarelli ponders on why there is so much ill will aimed at Jay-Z.
The Shoe Box Our new columnist Karen Byrne worries about the knock-on affects the super skinny fashion industry has on society.
Half Nelson Jason Robinson bemoans the fall of method acting in Hollywood.
Critics Casting a judgemental eye on some of the worlds of music, book and filmincluding the latest albums from Adam Green and Gil Scott Heron and breaking down the back catalogue of Ridley Scott.
& More