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

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

Food Review: Valentine’s Day Themed Drinks (Tempo Tea Bar)

So anyone who has been a fan of this blog for a while will know that both Tori B Bearly and I are huge fans of Tempo Tea Bar, if not check out this and this, so we jumped at the chance to try their awesome Valentine’s Day themed drinks. It will be available throughout … Continue reading Food Review: Valentine’s Day Themed Drinks (Tempo Tea Bar)

Pam’s Place

Pam’s Place is an Ayrshire based catering business which was created by Pamela Gray back in 2011. It is a one stop shop for all your culinary needs, whatever you want cooked or baked, you can reach out to Pamela for superior service. She brings with her a HNC Patisserie qualification, as well as over … Continue reading Pam’s Place

Comic Book Review: Beats of War by Etienne Kubwabo

So this is my first comic book review and I’m still working out how exactly I’m going to do these reviews so please bear with me. I think I’ll start with a little bit about the author. Etienne Kubwabo, who gave us Scotland’s first black superhero, is originally from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, … Continue reading Comic Book Review: Beats of War by Etienne Kubwabo

Restaurant Review – The Peach Garden

This review is from a meal we had at The Peach Garden, on Renfrew Street, Glasgow on Tuesday 26th October 2021. Enjoy! So we visited The Peach Garden for the first time on the 23rd October 2021 when me, Tori and our contributor Jenna went up to Glasgow to see Venom: Let There Be Carnage … Continue reading Restaurant Review – The Peach Garden

Restaurant Review – Côte Brasserie

This review is from a meal we had at Côte Brasserie, on West Nile Street, Glasgow on Tuesday 26th October 2021. Enjoy!  Starter - French Onion SoupTom: I have been in love with French Onion Soup for years, alongside Bouillabaisse and a good old fashioned Croque Monsieur, it ranks very highly on my list of … Continue reading Restaurant Review – Côte Brasserie

Restaurant Review – The Pizza Machine

This review is from a meal we had from The Pizza Machine, in Merchant City, Glasgow on Tuesday 26th October 2021. Enjoy!  So as soon as I learned that this was a thing I was eager to go, but circumstrance combined with its location just outside of the main city centre meant that I kept … Continue reading Restaurant Review – The Pizza Machine

Restaurant Review – Bread Meats Bread

This review is from a meal we had at Bread Meats Bread, on St Vincent Street, Glasgow on Monday 20th September 2021. We went here to celebrate Tori's birthday before going to see Dodie live, you can check out my review of her latest album here. Also I usually include photos of my meal with … Continue reading Restaurant Review – Bread Meats Bread

Food Review: Butterfly Pea Flower Tea (Tempo Tea Bar)

When I first heard of Butterfly Pea Flower through a YouTube video, my first thought was how cool it looked and wondered what made it react the way it does to citrus. My second thought was ‘magic, obviously.’ While that was quite a few years ago, I had the chance to finally try some of … Continue reading Food Review: Butterfly Pea Flower Tea (Tempo Tea Bar)

Book Review: Exiles by Victoria McNulty

I was lucky enough to get an advanced copy of this right from the author, who may hopefully be contributing to this site in the future as well. Exiles was published by Speculative Books in October 2020. Before we move on to my thoughts, I want to say a little about Victoria. She’s a writer, … Continue reading Book Review: Exiles by Victoria McNulty

Single Review: Artie Ziff – Drive

Artie Ziff are a three piece indie outfit, originally from the Highlands and Islands, but now based in Glasgow, they are made up of Rion Mckerron on Vocals/Guitars, Alex Kenny on Bass and Max McKerron on Drums & Backing Vocals. Today I will be reviewing their single ‘Drive’ which was released on April 24th 2020.  … Continue reading Single Review: Artie Ziff – Drive

Top 10: BBC The Social Creators

The Social is a project developed by the BBC to give young Scottish voices a platform. They aim to support content creators across a variety of subjects including comedy, music, gaming and life issues. They are based in Glasgow but encourage and develop new creative talent from all across Scotland.  So that’s just a little … Continue reading Top 10: BBC The Social Creators

Single Review: Maya Jane – Everyday’s the Same

Maya McCrae, who performs as Maya Jane is a teenage Scottish singer/songwriter and today I will be reviewing their debut single ‘Everyday’s the Same’ which was released on the 12th October 2020. The track was written by Maya to help better understand mental health, specifically because one of her friends had depression, and she wanted … Continue reading Single Review: Maya Jane – Everyday’s the Same