EP Review: Penny Mob – Party Animal

Penny Mob are a three piece indie rock outfit, it was formed in London in 2016 by Glaswegian Vocalist/Guitarist, Jamie Quinn and Lincolnshire Vocalist/Drummer, Andrew Mullan. They fleshed out their sound with the addition of Vocalist/Bassist, Jay Luther. I was already familiar with Jamie Quinn because I was a fan of his acting, specifically his … Continue reading EP Review: Penny Mob – Party Animal

Album Review: Noah Guthrie – Blue Wall

Noah Guthrie is a singer/songwriter and musician from South Carolina, who classifies his music as Americana/Country. He was a contestant on the 13th season of America’s got Talent, competing in the semi-finals before being eliminated. I know him best however, because he was a cast member on season 6 of the hit Fox musical comedy-drama … Continue reading Album Review: Noah Guthrie – Blue Wall

Album Review: KJ Apa – Clocks

KJ Apa is a New Zealand born actor and musician, he got his start on New Zealand’s longest running drama and soap opera, Shortland Street, where he played Kane Jenkins from 2013 to 2015. He also featured in a YA Drama in New Zealand, called The Cul de Sac, where he played Jack, one of … Continue reading Album Review: KJ Apa – Clocks

Album Review: James Darren – Because of You

James Darren is an actor and musician from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has had an expansive career, and is noted for roles in projects such as Gidget, The Gene Krupa Story, All the Young Men, The Guns of Navarone, Diamond Head and The Time Tunnel.  I know Darren from his recurring role on Star Trek: Deep … Continue reading Album Review: James Darren – Because of You

Anime Review: Rampo Kitan – Game of Laplace

So Rampo Kitan - Game of Laplace, or as I’m going to be referring to it from this point on, just Rampo Kitan is a Japanese anime series which was produced by Lerche, a subsidiary of Studio Hibari. The series was directed by Seiji Kishi (noted as the director of various anime including Angel Beats, … Continue reading Anime Review: Rampo Kitan – Game of Laplace

Tradewinds Oriental Shop

So I discovered Tradewinds Oriental Shop about three months ago, they are a family run business based in Scunthorpe who have been operating since 1984, starting off they initially just sold a small range of Chinese foodstuffs, but as they grew and developed over the years they expanded to cover a variety of items including … Continue reading Tradewinds Oriental Shop

TV Review: Alex Rider (Season 2)

This isn’t my first time talking about the Alex Rider TV series, and you can check out my thoughts on season 1 by clicking here. But for the uninitiated Alex Rider is a British spy thriller series, which aired on Amazon Prime Video, and is based on the book series of the same name by … Continue reading TV Review: Alex Rider (Season 2)

Book Review: Fan Fiction: A Mem-Noir: Inspired by True Events by Brent Spiner

So before we start, I have to state that I am a huge fan of Brent Spiner, he’s a phenomenal talented actor, and I’ve enjoyed him as Dr. Nigel Fenway on Threshold, Brother Adrian on Warehouse 13 and as Dr. Brackish Okun in the 1991 movie, Independence Day and its 2016 sequel, Independence Day: Resurgence. … Continue reading Book Review: Fan Fiction: A Mem-Noir: Inspired by True Events by Brent Spiner

Anime Review: Hyouka

Hyouka is a Japanese anime series, which was produced by Kyoto Animation, an animation studio and light novel publisher noted for producing The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, A Silent Voice and Violet Evergarden. It was directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto (noted as the director of various anime including Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid, The Melancholy … Continue reading Anime Review: Hyouka

Single Review: Noah Guthrie – Viva Voce (Cover)

Noah Guthrie is an Americana/Country musician from South Carolina, he first came to my attention back in 2015 when he starred on the hit Fox musical comedy-drama Glee, as Roderick Meeks. That’s why I’ve decided to review this track first, as this was the first song I ever heard him perform, and as he’s recently … Continue reading Single Review: Noah Guthrie – Viva Voce (Cover)

EP Review: Addison Grace – Immaturing

So I’ve already reviewed two tracks off this EP which you can check out here and here for a little bit more analysis, but I’m super excited to finally get a chance to hear the full EP. Also I want to share something I haven’t really talked about much personally, people like Addison and Mal … Continue reading EP Review: Addison Grace – Immaturing

Album Review: Shadow Academy – Self-titled Album

Shadow Academy are a progressive rock duo, based in Los Angeles, made up of Dan Avidan, noted for being one of the hosts of the popular Let’s Play Channel Game Grumps, and for a fairly prolific music career which includes being a member of The Northern Hues, Skyhill, Ninja Sex Party and Starbomb. Joining him … Continue reading Album Review: Shadow Academy – Self-titled Album

Static Games

I love Glasgow. I love games. And there's no greater synergy of those to aspects than Static Games. It's just a wee bit further outside of the main City Centre than I usually go when shopping but fortunately during a birthday outing, Joe from American Munchies was nice enough to take us and it instantly … Continue reading Static Games

Tokyo Toys

So I always enjoy a trip to Tokyo Toys, it's a fantastic geek emporium just up the road from Glasgow Central meaning it's conveniently located to drop in on when you just get off the train and still have all your money. The staff in there are always happy to help, or even just have … Continue reading Tokyo Toys


So we've been meaning to pop into Om! for a while now as it's in the perfect catchment for Tori and Lilian who are both practicing witches. In fact Lilian runs her own holistic business called Bewitching Health and Beauty, and you can read the post I wrote about that here. But I only managed … Continue reading Om!