Review: MGMT – Little Dark Age

After nearly a 5-year absence, American psychedelic rock band MGMT have returned with a brand-new album, ‘Little Dark Age’. If, like me, you think back to the halcyon days of the pre-2010s world then you’ll be familiar with MGMT’s ‘Oracular Spectacular’, especially the tracks ‘Time to Pretend’ and ‘Kids’. They were classics and stand up … Continue reading Review: MGMT – Little Dark Age

Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Razor sharp humour juxtaposed against stark and sobering emotional pain, Three Billboards is a must see. Those of you familiar with the works of writer and director Martin McDonagh will know what to expect from this film; twisted, wicked humour, set against a backdrop of sheer, unimaginable emotional anguish. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri centres … Continue reading Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Introducing Johnny Manna, music for those who need it.

I first met Johnny Manna at a pizza place just outside of Hopewell Junction in upstate New York, with little knowledge or inclination of his musical ability and composure. Even as the ensuing day and night passed, I had no idea I was sat in the presence of genuine, exciting talent. Fast forward to a … Continue reading Introducing Johnny Manna, music for those who need it.

The show goes on for Nothing But Thieves, despite allegations

Nothing But Thieves have denied sexual assault allegations that have been made against them on social media and go ahead with their planned show in Southampton. Accusations against members of the band were shared on Twitter on Monday. Following the allegations, a gig they were due to headline for NME in London was cancelled. Nothing But … Continue reading The show goes on for Nothing But Thieves, despite allegations

Thor: Ragnarok – Two conflicting viewpoints

The latest instalment of Marvel’s cinematic franchise is upon us with Thor: Ragnarok. Since the film has been receiving a mixed reaction, Jessie and Alex have decided to debate their two conflicting viewpoints in a different style of review than usual. Story  Jessie: I felt the story could’ve been much better if it had dropped the … Continue reading Thor: Ragnarok – Two conflicting viewpoints

Returning to Greatness: A Review of Breath of the Wild

The Legend of Zelda is my favourite franchise of all time so you can understand why I felt so much anticipation in the build-up to Breath of the Wild. Back in 1986, the first game in the franchise hit the Nintendo Entertainment System and blew gamers away with its non-handholding adventure through the land of … Continue reading Returning to Greatness: A Review of Breath of the Wild

Happy Death Day is lite in tone and scares

"Happy Death Day is a healthy mix of both Groundhog Day and Scream, this much is obvious and almost every critic is going to notice it." Jessica Rothe stars in what most would assume is a horrifying tale of a girl trying to figure out who her killer is, or face being stuck in an … Continue reading Happy Death Day is lite in tone and scares