Product Review: Carabao (Various Flavours)

Carabao is a Thai energy drink which was developed back in 2002 by Carabao Tawandang Co Ltd. It is currently the second most popular energy drink in Thailand, and has connections with music and sport. It is connected to music through association with a Thai rock band of the same name. It is connected with … Continue reading Product Review: Carabao (Various Flavours)

Product Review: Mars Bar (Protein) vs Snickers (Protein)

Mars and Snickers are both products of Mars, Incorporated, a company founded 108 years ago and is responsible for various confectionery and food stuffs including but not limited to 3 Musketeers, Big Red, Bounty, Galaxy, Hubba Bubba, Juicy Fruit, M&M's, Milky Way , Skittles and Starburst. So I recently discovered that Mars have released Protein bar … Continue reading Product Review: Mars Bar (Protein) vs Snickers (Protein)

Product Review: Jaffa Cakes (Pineapple Flavour)

Jaffa Cakes are a product of McVitie’s (originally McVitie and Price) who are owned by United Biscuits a British multinational food manufacturer who is itself owned by Pladis Global a confections and snack foods company. Jaffa cakes derive their name from  Jaffa oranges, a prominent type of orange to export due to its tough skin.    I’ve been a fan of Jaffa … Continue reading Product Review: Jaffa Cakes (Pineapple Flavour)

Single Review: SPIRITBOX – The Burner

SPIRITBOX are an five piece indie/alternative rock group from The Netherlands made up of Ruben Schimmel on Guitar/Backing, Nick van Eekelen on Guitar, Hans Meertens on Acoustic Guitar/Keys/Vocals, Jasper Janssens on Bass/Backings and Tomas Dekkers on Drums/Percussion. This isn’t the first time I’ve reviewed SPIRITBOX either and you can check that out here. Today I … Continue reading Single Review: SPIRITBOX – The Burner

Single Review: Steve Hewitt – Pieces

Steve Hewitt is an alternative folk rock musician and singer-songwriter from Kent, this isn’t the first time I’ve reviewed him either, and you can check that out here. But today I will be reviewing his single ‘Pieces’, which is off his 2019 album ‘Bigger Than Words’. ‘Pieces’ opens with an easy going guitar section, that … Continue reading Single Review: Steve Hewitt – Pieces

Single Review: Scenic Route to Alaska – Daydreaming

Scenic Route to Alaska is a three piece, Edmonton based, Prairie-Indie Rock group made up of Trevor Mann on Guitar/Vocals, Murray Wood on Bass and Shea Connor on Drums. Today I will be reviewing their single ‘Daydreaming’ which was released on the 5th February 2020.  ‘Daydreaming’ kicks off strong with melodic vocals and light but … Continue reading Single Review: Scenic Route to Alaska – Daydreaming

Single Review: Red Shakes – Not The Same Anymore

Red Shakes is a project by Sam Da Silva, the former frontman for Railroads, who I also reviewed, and you can check that out here. Today I will be reviewing his debut single as Red Shakes, ‘Not The Same Anymore’. ‘Not The Same Anymore’ explodes forward from the get go, high intensity guitar and percussion … Continue reading Single Review: Red Shakes – Not The Same Anymore

Single Review: Emi V – Walking Away

Emi V is a 16-year-old multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter from Ayrshire Scotland, who has been described, quite rightly I think, as “Ayrshire's brightest up and coming talent”. Having gigged successfully across Scotland for a couple of years now, she recently (exactly two months ago) dropped her debut single ‘Open Your Eyes' to much critical acclaim, and … Continue reading Single Review: Emi V – Walking Away

Single Review: The Churchhill Garden – Surrender

The Churchhill Garden is a musical project by Andy Jossi, who is also the man behind The Blue Herons. I’ve reviewed both the Churchhill Garden and The Blue Herons before and you can check out both by clicking here, here, here, here and here. Today, however, I will be reviewing their track ‘Surrender’ which you … Continue reading Single Review: The Churchhill Garden – Surrender

Single Review: Static Satellites – Waster

Static Satellite are a Glasgow/West Lothian based indie group composed of Ross Whelan on Vocals/Guitar, Ally Taylor on Lead Guitar, Sam Carlyle on Bass and Ciaran Boyle on Drums. I’ve reviewed the group before and you can check that out here. Make sure to also check out this Interview I did with them a while … Continue reading Single Review: Static Satellites – Waster

Single Review: The Suncharms – Monster Club

The Suncharms are an indie/shoegaze band from Sheffield made up of Marcus Palmer on Vocals, Matt Neale on Guitar, John Malone on Guitar, Richard Farnell on Bass and Chris Ridley on Drums. This isn’t my first time reviewing them either, and you can check that out here. Today I’ll be reviewing their single ‘Monster Club’. … Continue reading Single Review: The Suncharms – Monster Club

Single Review: Ed Roman – Stronger

Ed Roman is a Canadian singer-songwriter who performs a blend of pop, rock, folk, and country music. He has won awards for his music including an International Music and Entertainment Association Award, a Josie Show Award and an Akademia Award. Today I will be reviewing his single ‘Stronger’.  ‘Stronger’ has a very vibrant string fueled … Continue reading Single Review: Ed Roman – Stronger

Single Review: Red Hearted Vibrations – I’ll Be On The Mountain

Red Hearted Vibrations are are six piece, Dumbarton based Acoustic/Indie-Rock group made up of Craig White on Guitar/Vocals, Ewan Driver on Guitar, Graham White on Bass, Scott Brown on Keyboards/Vocals, Laura Nelson on Vocals and Steven Nelson on Drums. If you would like to find out more about the group then you can click here … Continue reading Single Review: Red Hearted Vibrations – I’ll Be On The Mountain

TV Review: Cops and Monsters (Season 2)

Cops and Monsters is an award winning web-series based in Scotland, it is a crowdfunded project which follows PITS (Paranormal Investigation Team Scotland) and later S.P.I.D.E.R.S (SuPernatural IDentification Executive Regiment Scotland) as they attempt to manage the monster communities in Scotland, and we primarily see and deal with vampires, werewolves and zombies on the show. … Continue reading TV Review: Cops and Monsters (Season 2)

Game Review: Deadly Premonition

So I played this game several years ago back when it was first released on the Xbox 360, and so when The Director’s Cut was released on Steam, and was on sale no less I decided to snap it up, unfortunately I initially struggled to play it as I am not super great with PC … Continue reading Game Review: Deadly Premonition