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The Boy discusses and becomes annoyed by the fact that people don’t seem able to hold to an ideal over party politics. A review of the day’s news, conversation about why Donald Trump seems to be discussed everywhere, Alex Jones and Censorship, Propaganda by media publications and Serena Williams Press conference

The Boy looks at headlines from the day and gets annoyed by the lack of logic people have in their heads

The Boy and Pacey discuss various experiences and opinions on music, John Mayer and more, all while sinking a few dozen beers

Having returned from a brief hiatus in order to complete a dissertation, the Boy tries to find his feet again on the podcast. rambling as he does about musical goings on and hinting at future developments and content  

In which the Boy takes a look at the worrying trend of censorship on social media and the potential repercussions of celebrating the fact that someone that you disagree with has been censored

The boy gets wound up by modern politics and social media

In which The Boy rambles about medical cannabis being green-lit in the UK, tips for dealing with depression, the ongoing Pussy Melter Saga and the reduction of conversation to misplaced epithets that ultimately do more harm than good.

Slash and the Conspirators are set to release their 3rd studio album Living The Dream on September 21st, the fourth solo Slash album to date (If we don’t count his Snakepit days). The album will be promoted by his month-long tour of the US starting in LA on September 13th. Slash is on the verge […]

Reverse trolling is a new advertising technique that has been implemented with a great deal of success by the like of Justin Bieber, Kanye West, and more recently, comedian Hannah Gadsby. Reverse trolling is the term used to refer to the practice of intentionally saying something inflammatory online, or now in other media also, in […]

Veering wildly off our usual Rock centric track to take a look at the debut single from Alana Binnie which was released yesterday. The 15-year-old singer announces her arrival on the scene with a stylish video for her song God Help Me, with Rex Regis offering the almost obligatory mid track rap verse. Given that […]


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