Music, Review, Tracks

TRACK REVIEW: Sweet White – Genine

By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) Having seen the Peterhead indie rock and pop outfit perform at The Voodoo Rooms last year to promote their Monet EP, Sweet White have been firmly on not only my radar but a vast of music journalists. Going quiet for a brief period, the band has followed up their recent BABYSTRANGE […]

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Review, TV

TV REVIEW: Mr Robot – Season 2

While not being flawless, Sam Esmail’s vigilante hacker thriller enjoys a messy yet intriguing second season that avoids being a sophomore slump. *SPOILERS AHEAD* By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) “Please tell me you are seeing this too,” said a trembling Rami Malek as he accepted his award for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series for […]

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Album, Music, Review

BLOODY DEATH – End Call ALBUM REVIEW

Acting as a compilation of some of the band’s previously released EP’s, End Call is a sweet and delightful helping of dirty, grimey indie goodness from the minds of Bloody Death, the second act to release music under the independent DIY label Sorbie rd. First glancing at the collective run-time of this release, it’s clear that […]

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Album, Music, Review

Young Thug – Jeffery MIXTAPE REVIEW

The hip hop Ziggy Stardust and the human embodiment of being hard to pigeonhole, Young Thug certainly thrives off his unconventional style. This no doubt applies to his work load with Thugger being just as occupied as he was in 2015 with the final instalment of his Slime Season series landing along with I’m Up in the […]

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Album, Music, Review, Uncategorized

ALBUM REVIEW: Crystal Castles -Amnesty (I)

History is written by the victors. While this may be often applied to battles and the likes, the famous quote seems to hold some relevance whenever the turmoil that was the breakup of Crystal Castles comes into play. However, there wasn’t  a victor so much as there was someone willing to carry on the name irregardless […]

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Album, Music, Review

ALBUM REVIEW: Jamie T – Trick

It’s odd to think that at one point that Jamie T was essentially to indie rock what Frank Ocean was to the entire music scene prior to the release of Blond. While the quality of both artists can be debated, the way each of them managed to set the world on fire before somehow disappearing […]

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