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

Single Review: Red Hearted Vibrations – The Day You Tried to Save Me

Red Hearted Vibrations are a six piece acoustic/indie rock group based in Glasgow made up of Craig White on Guitars/Vocals, Ewan Driver on Guitars, Laura Nelson on Vocals, Scott Brown on Keyboards, Graham White on Bass and Steven Nelson on Drums. I’ve reviewed the band previously, which you can check out here and here and … Continue reading Single Review: Red Hearted Vibrations – The Day You Tried to Save Me

Single Review: Pragya Pallavi – Girls You Rule

Pragya Pallavi is a talented musician and singer/songwriter from Mumbai, India, who is classically trained as a Hindustani vocalist but whose music and influences cover a wide variety of music such as alternative rock, jazz, hip-hop and R&B. Pragya is a proud and outspoken member of the LGBT+ community, to whom she has dedicated her … Continue reading Single Review: Pragya Pallavi – Girls You Rule

Single Review: SOPP – Out Of My Mind

SOPP are an alternative post-punk duo based in Frodsham, Cheshire made up of Aaron Bennett and Alex McArthur and today I’ll be reviewing their debut single ‘Out Of My Mind’ which was released 22nd March 2019.  ‘Out Of My Mind’ has a fun little electronic harmonising noise that slowly builds, blending in some nice percussion, … Continue reading Single Review: SOPP – Out Of My Mind

Single Review: The False Shepherd – Pick Your Poison

The False Shepherd is a six piece metalcore/hardcore band from Stockholm, Sweden made up of Sebastian on Vocals, Gramoz on Vocals, Robert on Lead Guitar, Jack on Harmonic Guitar, Robin on Bass and Jimmie on Drums.  ‘Pick Your Poison’ hammers out the gate, all heavy and dark, with a phenomenal guitar line, that’s matched only … Continue reading Single Review: The False Shepherd – Pick Your Poison

Single Review: Emi V – Open Your Eyes

Emi V is an incredibly talented 16-year-old singer-songwriter from Ayrshire, who plays a variety of instruments such as piano, guitar and ukulele. Her music crosses a variety of genres including op, soul and blues. She has gigged all across Scotland, and despite her young age has already become a successful musician. If you would like … Continue reading Single Review: Emi V – Open Your Eyes

Product Review: Pork Bacon vs Turkey Bacon

So I’m a big fan of bacon, and recently I’ve been eating more Turkey Bacon as a by product of eating at iCafe, an establishment in Kilmarnock, and you can check out a food review I did of them by clicking here. But anyway, I decided to compare and contrast pork bacon with turkey bacon … Continue reading Product Review: Pork Bacon vs Turkey Bacon

Single Review: Cloe Wilder – I Don’t Wanna

Cloe Wilder is a 13-year-old dark pop musician from Florida, and if you would like to find out more about Cloe then you can check out this interview I did with her last year by clicking here. I’ve also reviewed her music previously and if you want to check those out then click here, here, … Continue reading Single Review: Cloe Wilder – I Don’t Wanna

Single Review: The SoapGirls – One Way Street

So I introduced The SoapGirls in my previous review which you can check out here, but very briefly, The SoapGirls are a rock duo, originally from Paris, but they grew up in Cape Town, South Africa. They are made up of Bassist and Vocalist Camille Debray and Guitarist and Vocalist Noemie Debray. If you would … Continue reading Single Review: The SoapGirls – One Way Street