By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) Bring Me the Horizon may very well be one of, if not the biggest rock band the UK has to offer at the moment. The very definition of a big deal, the Sheffield band has become top tier festival performers. 2015 was undeniably the biggest year for Sheffield band Bring Me The […]Read more "INTERVIEW: Matt Kean (Bring Me The Horizon)"
By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) This year sure has flown by, hasn’t it? It seems like only yesterday I was heaping praise on Edinburgh indie rock/pop outfit Vistas for their single Sign Language, a track that wasn’t afraid to embrace some poppier elements to result in a captivating hook that’s resulted in the chorus being permanently embedded […]Read more "Vistas – Medicine EP REVIEW"
By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) “You ain’t heard it like this before. They don’t do it like this no more” projects a warped sounding Danny Brown on the insanity fuelled When It Rain and he isn’t wrong by any stretch of the imagination. The Detroit rapper has consistently pushed the boundaries of his genre and, much like other […]Read more "ALBUM REVIEW Danny Brown – Atrocity Exhibition"
Continuing the band’s tradition of short but sweet records, Joyce Manor return with their fourth record Cody, displaying an act who are maturing as fast as one of their songs can finish. By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) When Joyce Manor hit out with Never Hungover Again, a rip roaring pop-punk fuelled record full to the brim with […]Read more "WEE QUICKIE: Joyce Manor – Cody"
By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) Well, I can openly admit that I never expected to be writing this review in my lifetime. Not that I’m not a fan of Death Grips (you’ll find it’s quite the opposite due to the repeated presence on my AOTY lists), more so that the experimental hip hop rock band seem […]Read more "DEATH GRIPS @ GLASGOW SWG3 – 14/10/16"
By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) 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 […]Read more "On A Lighter Note: The Funniest Simpsons Moments (Part 1)"
By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) While horror films are all well and good at sending shivers down your spine, there’s a certain edge video-games have always had over them: interactivity. When you’re watching a movie and it’s all getting too much, just covering your eyes with your hand is enough to help make you feel somewhat […]Read more "TOP 5: Scariest Video Games Of All Time"