Best Of: April 2016

A lookback at this month in music, listing the greatest albums and singles that April had to offer. ALBUMS 5. Drake – Views While it may go on a bit longer than necessary and hit a few dud notes in the process, the highlights of Drake’s fourth LP far outweigh these gripes and result in…

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TOP 5: SXSW Acts To Listen Out For

SXSW (short for South By Southwest) is special to say the least. Ever since it began in 1987, the festival has aimed and succeeded to grow in size and scope continuously, covering a range of entertainment and art from film to interactive media though the indisputable reason why everyone travels to Austin, Texas for the annual event…

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Top 10 Anticipated Albums of 2016

With my first video telling you all about my favourite albums of 2015, here’s a list of all the albums I’m excited to listen to this year!   FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/blinkclyro?lang=e… LIKE ME ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/blinkclyro/?…

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Top 10 Gigs Of 2015

With 2015 over, here are the best gigs Glasgow had to offer last year, showcasing the variety the city has to offer!

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Ranked: The Star Wars Saga

Undoubtedly the most iconic film series of all time, Star Wars has made a colossal impact not only on entertainment but on the world. With a universe packed with lore, action and amazing characters, the series managed to become a sci-fi epic of massive proportions that is still yet to be beaten in terms of how…

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Rewind: Best Of 2014

2014. What a year. It may have the blockbuster nature of 2013 but that’s what made it all the better as new artists that were previously unknown to the masses made a name for themselves with some of the most impressive records in their retrospective genres. That’s not to say that there wasn’t any big…

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Top 5 Peep Show Moments

For a lack of a better term, Peep Show is generation defying. While most would point out something like Friends or even Game of Thrones would usually be the first guess, the unlikely successful sitcom introduced us to Mark (David Mitchell) and Jeremy (Robert Webb), the most loveable pricks on television. Nowadays it’s hard to…

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