Until Dawn (PS4) Review

If, like me, you were an avid reader when you were younger then you’ll probably remember R.L Stine’s horror series Goosebumps, a collection of weird and spooky tales with some scarring the minds of its fans (I’m looking at you Night Of The Living Dummy) and some just coming across as a bit absurd (It…

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Echo Valley, Codist, Enemies Of The State & Brothers @ West Of The Moon – 23/09/2015

Ayr isn’t short of talent. The wee town in South Ayrshire has its history pretty much built on it, whether it be the amazing buildings scattered around the town, being home to the Gaiety Theatre where many young ones and old ones have a great time at the pantomime or being the place where Robert…

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John Lennon Was A Terrible Person

It’s entirely possible that you missed out on a pretty interesting news story this afternoon. If you managed to dodge all the “David Cameron loves Pigs” memes and closet racist comments about the refugee crisis then you’ll have no doubt saw a cluster of people going crazy about news about John Lennon. Sadly, or thankfully…

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Bring Me The Horizon – That’s The Spirit review

A few months back, functioning on a sugar high from too many cheap energy drinks, I reviewed Sheffield rock band Bring Me The Horizon’s new EP Throne which showcased the eponymous track as well as Happy Song. I was surprised to say the least, less about the fact it was a sweet but short release…

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Review: Mac DeMarco @ O2 ABC – 7th September

Mac DeMarco is a bit of a weird yet charming character if you didn’t know already. If he isn’t tagging “camel pussy warehouse” as his ┬álocation on Instagram posts then he’s paying fans 69 cent for covers of his songs or telling them his address at the end of his albums. The atmosphere was calm…

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