• Day 3

    Day 3

    As I write this, I’m on what feels like my 500th can of energy juice this week. Since starting this diet (if you even want to call it that), I’ve found myself feeling tired far more easily than I used to which for college nights is great. No more nights spent watching countless YouTube videos […]

  • Day 2: The Walking Diet

    Day 2: The Walking Diet

    Very few things genuinely terrify me. Not trying to make myself seem like a hard man, seeing as I’m the total opposite, but I can only list a few things I know would properly scare the fuck out of me. A zombie apocalypse would be one of them. You might be thinking what this has […]

  • Day 1

    Day 1

    Where to start… I think anyone whose career or hobby revolves around writing has struck a period of confusion known as writer’s block: not being able to think of what to write. Recently I’d been suffering the same thing, coming up with ideas but never actually forming anything with them which lead to more frustration and […]

  • Favourite Album Covers (Part 1?)

    Favourite Album Covers (Part 1?)

    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 […]

  • The Horrors – Luminous review

    If I were to point out one aspect that The Horrors seem to excel at, it would have to be reinvention. When their debut Strange House emerged onto the scene, the Gothic sound of it that reeked of Robert Smith’s aura was laughed off by many music fans at the time however these same people […]

  • ALBUM REVIEW: TURN BLUE – THE BLACK KEYS

    ALBUM REVIEW: TURN BLUE – THE BLACK KEYS

    The Black Keys aren’t exactly new to the music scene. In their career that has spanned 13 years, Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney have released 7 albums that have gathered praise from critics and rock fans alike, most notably their 2010 release Brothers which brought the duo a lot of commercial success as they were […]

  • Paolo Nutini – Caustic Love review

    Paolo Nutini – Caustic Love review

    Paolo Nutini is a hard one to pigeon hole. While most artists find a sound that serves them well and stick to it for album after album, the Paisley born singer song-writer continues to delve into different genres in each of his album releases with his debut These Streets containing a nice blend of Pop […]

  • Top 10 Controversial Music Videos

    Ever since Video Killed The Radio Star debuted on MTV over 30 years ago, music videos have became a huge canvas for artists to express their creativity but just in the same way that violent movies rile up the media and parents, so to can certain music videos. Some are odd yet creative while others […]

  • Foster The People – Supermodel review

    Hype is a double-edged sword. Bands like The Strokes have suffered from receiving an extreme amount of acclaim in the early part of their careers which results in unrealistic expectations for future releases. Mark Foster declared that he had “created a monster” when reflecting back on Foster The People’s smash hit Pumped Up Kicks. For […]

  • Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow

    It’s odd to think that five years ago “I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose” was released and made music lovers aware of four boys who were not just an alternative to the Arctic Monkeys who dominated the indie rock scene at the time but were an act that had a lot of […]