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Bloods: Feelings Review

Dealing with a bit of news at the moment so I’m not feeling much like writing. Here’s another review from Cool Try; to be more specific, the second last one I wrote before the transition to Culture Eater began. I may have … Continue reading

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RACKETT: Ready or Not Review

Another review written for Cool Try. For the past few days I’ve been trying to work out where the rest of this review went as it doesn’t feel like it should be as short as it is. I’m coming to … Continue reading

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From Somewhere out the Back: Lovers Le Strange by Expatriate

This can also be found on Culture Eater. My colleague and I are working on growing Culture Eater so we can cover more stuff whilst taking the pressure of continually putting out content off of ourselves; Hence our going onto Patreon. … Continue reading

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Belle Haven: You, Me and Everything in Between Review

I was going to hold off on sharing another Cool Try review for a while (I think), but assignments are stealing my attention and I’ve a longer post I’m editing that I should’ve gotten up a while ago, but… well, … Continue reading

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mewithoutYou: Pale Horses Revew

If all is correct, then this was the second review I wrote for Cool Try. This one is better than a fair few of the reviews that came after, but there still was a lot of work that needed to … Continue reading

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N*E*R*D: NO_ONE EVER REALLY DIES Review

This was the second review I wrote last year for Cool Try. I don’t think I wrote enough about the album. I’ve skimmed over this and it feels more like a quick blurb than a review (or critique) that gets … Continue reading

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Cave In: Final Transmission Review

This review took longer to write than I thought it would. I spent a fair bit of time thinking about how much Caleb Scofield’s passing affected how I was hearing the album and thus unfairly viewing it. I’m note entirely … Continue reading

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