Chris is a Web Developer with a love of music. He has been involved with Rhythm Circus from the start and beyond.
Franc is our Music Editor, and also fronts the Culture section of Rhythm Circus.
You can contact franc here.
Been with us since the start, and currently working in TV advertising in London, Andy is our Film Editor. Specialty areas include Horror, noir, pulp, westerns, violence in cinema, satire, pastiche, film history and he also quite enjoys cycling. .
Between drumming for a punk rock band and producing his own electronic music, Steve writes a LOT of music reviews for RC. Mainly a fan of rock and metal, but with dance influences as well. Steve also likes to party…
Based in London, Katie’s main loves in life are sarcasm, drinking, writing and music. Preferably all at the same time.
London based Chris has been writing for Rhythm Circus for a good few years, and is into all sorts of Rock, but is also pretty open-minded to other genres as well.
Jason has been writing game and film reviews for RC since the very beginning. His specialist areas are anything to do with wrestling and anime, and he often knows what’s going on in gaming even before the developers.
Currently working in a boutique hotel and drinking tea, Sarah’s been writing for RC since December 2010 when she was just a little goth. Her speciality is anything rock ‘n’ roll, and some of her favourite albums are Chuck Ragan – Feast or Famine, MCR – Three Cheers and Gaslight Anthem – The ’59 Sound.
Rebecca O’ Doherty
Based in Edinburgh, via way of Ireland, Rhythm Circus’ newbie Rebecca loves music and has a passion for writing about it.
Based in Portsmouth, Graham has been writing for the Music and Film sections of Rhythm Circus for more than a year. Graham runs a radio show in his spare time.
Currently a doctoral researcher in the Film dept. at the UEA, Alec has been writing for Rhythm Circus since it all began, and regularly dips into the Film, Music and Games section of Rhythm Circus. You can read more of his work here.
Denzil has been writing for RC for a year and a half. Generally excited by the prospect of watching or listening to anything he has not yet seen or heard, he pays less attention to the genre and more to the description. Outlandos D’Amor by The Police is probably his favourite album, and he’s a big fan of Stewart Copeland and Woody Allen.