Single Review: Rule of Young – Lie Better

Rule of Young are a Cleveland based Pop group made up of Nico Conti and Catherine Calabrese and today I will be reviewing their single ‘Lie Better’ which was released on the 13th September 2019. ‘Lie Better’ opens with guitars, a gentle but consistent riff that is built on throughout the track, and expertly supports … Continue reading Single Review: Rule of Young – Lie Better

Single Review: Captain Tom Moore – You’ll Never Walk Alone (ft. Michael Ball, and The NHS Voices of Care Choir)

Captain Tom Moore, who as of today, was given the rank of Honorary Colonel on his 100th Birthday. He is a decorated veteran of the Second World War, having served in the Duke of Wellington's Regiment, the 145th Regiment Royal Armoured Corps and the 146th Regiment Royal Armoured Corps during his service between 1939 and … Continue reading Single Review: Captain Tom Moore – You’ll Never Walk Alone (ft. Michael Ball, and The NHS Voices of Care Choir)

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: 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)

Single Review: Karma for Vandals – Knights were Basically Golfers (Live @ KeeptheHeid)

Karma for Vandals are a four piece post-rock band based in Aberdeen, Scotland made up of Duncan Burgess on Guitar, Scott Bathgate on Guitar and Playback, Michael Miller on Bass Guitar and Murray Bartle on Drums. ‘Knights were Basically Golfers’ opens with a piercing atmospheric series of notes, that build and grow faster, more complex … Continue reading Single Review: Karma for Vandals – Knights were Basically Golfers (Live @ KeeptheHeid)

Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – I Got It

So if you are unfamiliar with Danielle Bregoli also known as Bhad Bhabie, she is a rapper and internet personality from Florida, who first came to the public eye after an appearance on Dr. Phil. She was able to build on that fame, and in 2017 became the youngest female rapper to appear on the … Continue reading Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – I Got It

TV Review: Demonologist for Hire (Season 2)

Demonologist for Hire is an award winning Scottish supernatural comedy web series which follows the wacky escapades of ‘The Demonologist’, in a world where creatures like ghosts and werewolves aren’t just a verified fact, they are normal. I had a chance a while back to interview the creator of the show (who also plays the … Continue reading TV Review: Demonologist for Hire (Season 2)

EP Review: The Bleeders – Greetings from The Bleeders

The Bleeders are a Glasgow based two man group who put out what they describe as sarcastic pop songs with rocky music, they are made up of Jackson Harvey on Vocals/Guitar and Daniel McGuigan on Vocals/Drums. If you would like to find out more about the band then you can check out this interview I … Continue reading EP Review: The Bleeders – Greetings from The Bleeders

Product Review: Manomasa (Various Flavours)

Manomasa are a manufacturer of a line of delicious flavoured tortilla chips, they make a wide range including Queso Blanco & Lemon Drop Chilli, Chargrilled Pineapple & Árbol and Serrano Chilli & Yucatan Honey among others. Today however I’ll be reviewing Manchego & Green Olive and Beef Barbacoa & Dill Pickle, and may add and … Continue reading Product Review: Manomasa (Various Flavours)

Single Review: Swimming Pool – April/Quadrox

Swimming Pool are a shoegaze/dream noise band from Seville, Spain and today I’ll be reviewing their singles ‘April/Quadrox’ which was released March 2nd 2019. ‘April’ has quite a harsh intro, that flows through the thrashing guitar into, beautiful vocals, it’s quite an interesting effect, and it certainly grabbed me as a listener, I also like … Continue reading Single Review: Swimming Pool – April/Quadrox

Single Review: Rhett Repko – A Broken Song

Rhett Repko is an incredibly talented singer-songwriter from Annapolis, Maryland and today I’ll be reviewing his track ‘A Broken Song’. ‘A Broken Song’ opens with a building electric note, that breaks suddenly into the track, with some sweet percussion, and a simple but incredibly engaging guitar, that is all backed up by Rhett’s incredible vocals … Continue reading Single Review: Rhett Repko – A Broken Song

Single Review: Painting Rockets – Boys

Painting Rockets are an Alternative rock duo from Edinburgh made up of Keli Thomson on Vocals and Stephen Christie on Guitar. I’ve previously reviewed Painting Rockets and you can check that out here, but today I’ll be reviewing their latest release ‘Boys’ which will be released on 19th April 2019. ‘Boys’ kicks off quite quickly, … Continue reading Single Review: Painting Rockets – Boys

Product Review: Red Bull (Tropical Fruits and Coconut & Berry)

Red Bull is an energy drink product of an Austrian company of the same name, it is notable for its slogan and advertising campaigns based around the idea that "Red Bull gives you wings". Today I’ll be reviewing two flavour variants to the original or classic Red Bull product. Tropical Fruits Unlike other drinks I’ve … Continue reading Product Review: Red Bull (Tropical Fruits and Coconut & Berry)

Single Review: Paddy Clarke & The Fancy Rats – Stop Crying You Could Be On Fire

Paddy Clarke & The Fancy Rats are a Folk-Punk/Bummer Indie-Rock group from Liverpool and today I’ll be reviewing their track ‘Stop Crying You Could Be On Fire (What A Bummer Jeff Goldblum is Going to Die)’ which is about toxic masculinity, and how much they love Jeff Goldblum.  ‘Stop Crying You Could Be On Fire … Continue reading Single Review: Paddy Clarke & The Fancy Rats – Stop Crying You Could Be On Fire