Tag: 2015

  • Ant Man Review

    Ant Man Review

    Have you noticed the running trend of superhero movies facing massive production problems? If you catched my Deadpool trailer reaction post you’ll remember that it’s been in production for close to a decade and the journey for Ant Man has not been any smoother. Ant Man started development all the way back in 2006 with […]

  • Review: Chloe Marie @ King Tuts – 22nd August 2015

    Review: Chloe Marie @ King Tuts – 22nd August 2015

    It seems fitting that this would be the review I do today. It’s been two years since I’ve started my blog and although it’s moved from different platform, it’s remained the same: a scrawny scottish guy talking about what interests him. Music has always been a large chunk of what I write about and although […]

  • Deadpool Trailer reaction

    Deadpool Trailer reaction

    14 years. That’s how long it’s taken for a Deadpool movie to see the light of day though when you realise that the folk at Fox had to make a film about a chimichanga loving, violence enthusiast who loves to break the fourth wall (what kind of weirdo would do that eh?) they had a […]

  • Crystal Castles – Deicide track review

    Crystal Castles – Deicide track review

    Best of July #5 Just like a building made out of such a fragile material, Crystal Castles stood strong together for years. Whereas other synth-pop acts like CHVRCHES had a more cheerful take on the genre, this Canadian duo turned the genre on its head by infecting it with apocalyptic tales of despair and sadness. […]

  • Mac DeMarco – I’ve Been Waiting For Her track review

    Mac DeMarco – I’ve Been Waiting For Her track review

    Best of July #2 Mac DeMarco is sort of a big deal. His 2014 album Salad Days was met with universal acclaim and triggered a wave of recognition for the Marlboro smoking Canadian.Over the course of a year he went from a grimy, rugged hair musician making music in his own apartment to an internet […]

  • Robyn & La Bagatelle Magicque – Love Is Free track review

    Robyn & La Bagatelle Magicque – Love Is Free track review

    Best of July #1 As much as I’m called a hipster by my friends, I’d be straight up lying if I said I knew of La Bagatelle Magicque before I came across this snazzy dance tune earlier this week. Although at first glance it might sound like La Bagatelle Magicque is some sort of obscure […]

  • 5 Albums Celebrating Huge Birthdays in 2015

    5 Albums Celebrating Huge Birthdays in 2015

    Birthdays. For those of us who respire and are reading this incoherent rambling right now, it’s a milestone where we drink and eat lots to ignore the fact we’re one year closer to our inevitable deaths but for albums, it’s a little bit less depressing. They serve as reminders to what music was like when […]

  • Batman: Arkham Knight review

    Batman: Arkham Knight review

    “Remove yourself from the piece.” This is a piece of advice, well not so much a piece of advice rather than a rule, that I got repeatedly told during my first year of journalism. While it’s easy enough to stick to this rule while writing about the news or something miscellaneous, it proves to be […]

  • Kanye West Glastonbury review

    Kanye West Glastonbury review

    To call Kanye West the most famous/infamous modern day musician in the world would be the understatement of the year. In his career that has spanned over more than a decade, the rapper who was raised in Chicago has faced controversy on more occasions than the likes of Katie Hopkins. However nothing he has done was as […]

  • Simp-ye the best: Kanye West’s best tracks

    Simp-ye the best: Kanye West’s best tracks

    Love him, hate him or just undecided, it’s impossible in this day of social media and smartphones to avoid the outspoken superstar that is Kanye West. Ever since he released debut album The College Dropout in 2004, my personal favourite, Kanye/Yeezus/Yeezy/Ye hasn’t shied away from controversy, most notably storming on stage during Taylor Swift’s VMA win […]