GAME REVIEW: Ratchet + Clank (2016)

14 years after their debut, Playstation’s shiniest and furriest duo return in one of the greatest remakes ever. “Fan favourites Ratchet and Clank are back. Can they repeat the same magic we saw during our last competition?” says an overly enthusiastic commentator during your hoverboard race on Rilgar, unintentionally harking back to the great platformer […]

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Album Review: Teen Suicide – It’s The Big Joyous Celebration, Lets Stir The Honeypot

Teen Suicide’s Its the Big Joyous Celebration, Lets Stir The Honeypot (their 5th and apparently final album) is a 26 track long, cacophonous bow. It encapsulates some of their key elements, and never loses the intimacy of lo fi that makes the genre, but is subtly different to their other albums; it feels more evolved […]

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TRACK REVIEW: Pema – Something Less

Further contributing to the tapestry she started weaving over on My Intentions Are Good, pop up and comer Pema has become more musically ambitious on an non-aptly named track Something Less. A collaboration with LAZ3NBY, another moniker using artist who happens to be Matt Hines of Eastern Sea fame, Pema has managed to diversify her sound even further, […]

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