Category Archives: Reviews

Disasteradio: Sweatshop Review

It has been seven long years since Charisma was released. Wait. It has been seven short years since Charisma was released. Wait. It has been almost seven years since Charisma was released. It seemed that perhaps Disasteradio had succumbed to … Continue reading

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47 Metres Down Review

I got to see this movie for free and I still felt ripped off. Mandy Moore and Claire Holt are adults who spend some time acting like teenagers who are on holiday and end up diving in a rusty cage … Continue reading

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Melvins: A Walk With Love & Death Review

Melvins are a band that have not been known to do anything other than what they want to do; something that has lead to some great pieces of music, as well as some pieces that can be passed over. Due … Continue reading

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Grün – Manyana Review

When they began as Greenland, Grün released a nifty E.P. called The Prisons of Language. About six years later, they had changed their name and then released their first album, Greenland, which continued on from the sound of The Prisons … Continue reading

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Oxbow: Thin Black Duke Review

Oxbow’s Thin Black Duke is an album that was released a few months ago by the band Oxbow. After what some would consider a lengthy period between albums, it is nice to hear some new music from Oxbow. However, was … Continue reading

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Spider-Man: Homecoming Review

Spider-Man feels a fair bit like Spider-Man. The villain used isn’t out to destroy or rule the world. He’s a thief and weapons dealer, but nothing more. The villain is established before Spider-Man appears on screen. There’s a good deal … Continue reading

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Sophia: Live at Stengade, Copenhagen (DK) 13/02/1997 Review

Between Fixed Water and The Infinite Circle Sophia played their first performance in Copenhagen which was recorded by Danish National Radio. Earlier in 2017 with the assistance of a friend, Robin Proper-Sheppard made the recording available for everyone to hear. … Continue reading

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