Category Archives: Reviews

Instrumental (adj.): Reductio ad Absurdum Review

Reductio ad Absurdum is the new E.P. from Instrumental (adj.). It’s been a few years since their last release. Here’s a review. Reductio ad Absurdum is a release that is more on the technical side of things, but the focus … Continue reading

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From Somewhere out the Back: Sinful Sounds of a Vintage City by I [Love] Space

It was either late 2003 or some time in 2004. Fairly certain it was 2004. Or 2003. One of the two. I was listening to FBi when a song by the name of ”6 phase” came on. It was interesting. … Continue reading

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Milton Man Gogh: Live at Lazybones Bar 04.03.2017 Review

The first band of the night was Martin Kay Group. They played an exploratory set with a nice balance between each player. Their sound seemed to be designed to take you on a journey and whilst I’m not so certain … Continue reading

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From Somewhere out the Back: Death to the Babyboomers by GODSWOUNDS

Shortly after I moved into the place I’ve lived in for the past two years I began to get rid of things that I had been carrying around for a while. A lot of what I was (and still am) … Continue reading

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They Might Be Giants: I Like Fun Review

It seems that They Might Be Giants like fun. It’s a good thing if that is true, as they titled their new album I Like Fun, which could be taken at face value, as well as not taken at face … Continue reading

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

I’ve been trying to think of how to write this review, but there’s a scene in Star Wars: The Last Jedi that manages to sum up a fair bit of what I thought about and noticed in the film. Rey is … Continue reading

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Björk: Utopia Review

So Björk has now had what one may describe as a long and illustrious career despite her music not being the most accessible, which is a good thing. She’s avoided convention a fair bit, whether intentional or not, so it … Continue reading

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