Book Review: The Wife’s Revenge by Deirdre Palmer

Here we have another book blog tour organised by the awesome Rachel’s Random Resources, if you’d like to check out more tours I’ve taken part in then you can by clicking here, here, here, here, here, here and here. Anyway, I usually include a little bit of a disclaimer now, so why break from tradition, … Continue reading Book Review: The Wife’s Revenge by Deirdre Palmer

Single Review: Cloe Wilder – Save Me

So today we have another track from the phenomenally talented Cloe Wilder, this as you can probably gather isn’t the first time we’ve reviewed the 13-year-old, florida based dark pop Songstress and if you would like to check out some other reviews of the artist then you can click here and here. Also I was … Continue reading Single Review: Cloe Wilder – Save Me

Single Review: Jack Rabbit Slams – Crackerjack

Jack Rabbit Slams are a three piece rock ‘n’ roll/alternative outfit from Central Scotland made up of Rob McCombie on Vocals/guitar, Kristaps Baumanis on Bass and Sean Love on Drums. Today I’ll be reviewing their latest single ‘Crackerjack’.  ‘Crackerjack’ kicks off fast and builds, a complex fusion of instruments overlaid so well and built on … Continue reading Single Review: Jack Rabbit Slams – Crackerjack

Album Review: Laurie Anderson / Kronos Quartet – Landfall

Known for her electronic aplomb, Laurie Anderson’s newest collaboration with the experimental Kronos Quartet is subversive with moving documents of suffering and loss. The long-awaited pair has been in the works for “many years” says Kronos founder David Harrington. The album was released in February 2018 by Nonesuch Records. The fabulously iconic performative artist whose … Continue reading Album Review: Laurie Anderson / Kronos Quartet – Landfall

Album Review: Slipknot – We Are Not Your Kind

We Are Not Your Kind is the sixth studio album released by leading American heavy metal band Slipknot, on August 9th, 2019. The album debuted at No. 1 on both the UK Albums Chart and the US Billboard 200 and has received substantial critical praise for its experimentation. Slipknot once again worked with co-producer Greg … Continue reading Album Review: Slipknot – We Are Not Your Kind

Interview with Justin Amirkhani (Vagabond Dog)

First off, tell me about yourself? And Vagabond Dog? Vagabond Dog is a small game studio from Canada. I'm the Creative Director at the company, which means I force my opinions on everyone else and make sure the games follow a core vision. What advice would you give to someone trying to do what you … Continue reading Interview with Justin Amirkhani (Vagabond Dog)

Travel Tips for Attending an Event

In October Victoria and I will be going to Edinburgh to see a band, they are coming to do a European Tour, we previously saw members of this group in another outfit back in October 2017 in Dublin and unfortunately due to money, a tight schedule and having to actually travel from Kilmarnock to Dublin … Continue reading Travel Tips for Attending an Event

The Itch by Chloe Copland

They said it starts with an itch. They lied. It was more like goosebumps, it wasn't constant, it mostly occurred when there was a slight breeze in the air, that's how it felt anyway. The feeling of someone watching you from a distance begins to creep up on you, the hair on the back of … Continue reading The Itch by Chloe Copland

Band Interview: Letters from Jett

Tell me about yourselves? How did you all meet? Where are you all from? We are four unique individuals, we like totally different styles of music and it comes together in our music to create the sound that we have. We are from different backgrounds as well. Luke and Trace are from the Midwest in … Continue reading Band Interview: Letters from Jett

Game Review: The Godfather 2

This is one of those games that wasn’t critically praised but still made it onto my list of personal favourites. Being honest though, that wasn’t always the case, when I first bought myself a copy I played it for a few hours and just couldn’t get into it, I gave up and just didn’t return … Continue reading Game Review: The Godfather 2

Game Review: The Dog Island

The Dog Island is an adventure roleplaying game which was developed by Yuke’s and published by Ubisoft and released for the Wii and PS2 in 2008. The main story follows a dog (who you get to name, and to an extent design) who goes off on an adventure to discover a special plant which will … Continue reading Game Review: The Dog Island

Top 10: Simpsons – Treehouse of Horror Episodes

So I covered a lot of this in my Top 10: Simpsons Episodes list but The Simpsons is a long running American animated sitcom featuring the titular family ‘The Simpsons’ in the wacky, surreal, dysfunction and heartwarming adventures in Springfield. The Treehouse of Horror, is an annual self contained series of Halloween themed episodes, the … Continue reading Top 10: Simpsons – Treehouse of Horror Episodes

Product Review: Greggs Vegan Sausage Roll

As usual for these product reviews, let's start with a little background on the company. Greggs plc is a UK based bakery chain, in fact it's the largest in the country. It sells a variety of products include pies, bakes, sausage rolls, sandwiches and a variety of sweets and confections including yum yums, doughnuts and … Continue reading Product Review: Greggs Vegan Sausage Roll

Puzzle Pieces by Chloe Copland

I miss your arms wrapped around me, my blanket on a winter’s night. The warmth and comfort of steaming tea too hot to sip.   I miss the way your hand fitted into mine. We were two pieces of a jigsaw; old and new, that only partially matched. Pressing and crushing harder to fit only … Continue reading Puzzle Pieces by Chloe Copland

The PlayStation 2 – The Perfect Video Game Console, 20 Years Later

It is hard to believe that the best selling console of all time is almost 20 years old and still stands the test of time as one of the greatest consoles ever produced. With over 150 million units sold globally in its life and a library of 3500+ games, the PlayStation 2 is renowned as … Continue reading The PlayStation 2 – The Perfect Video Game Console, 20 Years Later