REVIEW: BoJack Horseman – Season Three

The show with a horse that hits where it hurts the most: Liam Menzies reviews BoJack Horseman Season 3.

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AN INTERVIEW WITH: WEAK13

With a well documented underground nature and undergoing multiple lineup changes, Weak13 standout decently well from the long list of alternative rock acts to appear from the midlands. We get under the skin and find out what makes the band tick while talking to bassist Wesley “munky” Smith. Can you tell us how your band…

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REVIEW: The Pale Kids – You Decide

To have a band named after an introverted yet loyal group of friends from an animated Disney show from the 90’s, it should be no surprise that North Ayrshire act The Pale Kids bring with them an overwhelming sense of nostalgia. While it may not be in the traditional angsty nostalgia sense where they argue…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Crywank – Don’t Piss On Me, I’m Already Dead

Self loathing had never sounded as good as it did when the “worst named band in the country” Crywank dropped Tomorrow Is Nearly Yesterday And Everyday Is Stupid back in 2013, an album that manifested all the existentialism and pessimistic thoughts that run rampant in James Clayyon’s mind which had fueled most of the act’s work…

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Get The Tissues: The Simpsons Moments That Hit You Where It Hurts

As bloggers will argue night and day about what is the best programme ever to be aired on television, it’s likely that The Simpsons will be missed out in favour of your Game Of Thrones and Breaking Bad though that shouldn’t be the case. While animation tends to get the cold shoulder when it comes…

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How The Red Hot Chili Peppers cemented themselves in rock history with ‘Californication’

Red Hot Chilli Peppers? Funky, innovative and artsy are a few words that come to mind when I think of the California rock band who have managed to last 3 decades in the music industry, a feat that most artists can only dream of. During this lifetime in music they’ve managed to release ten albums…

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Dear Warped Tour: Fucking Sort Yourselves Out

Never before has a festival become the total antithesis of what it was meant to be. In the same way that Download would have flushed its name down the toilet by having Rizzle Kicks headlining, so to has the annual world touring Warped Tour but their controversial move has little to do with their lineup. Defending the move…

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So far, so good? Twin Atlantic’s latest tracks REVIEWED

One of the most exciting times to be a fan of a band is when they abandon cryptic social media posts and “teaser” trailers (which all acts seem to do these days, unless they’re stratospherically famous and can pull off a “surprise” album release….Kendrick, Radiohead, Beyoncé) and actually release some music. One band who have recently…

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FAVOURITE ALBUM COVERS #3

Album covers were originally just flimsy bits of paper to try and protect the shiny goods underneath but they have since evolved into something that musicians can use for their artistic expression. Although many artists tend to go for a bland picture of themselves with an equally as bland background, some musicians have produced some…

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