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There are times when you might think you are talented, then you realise that Bradley Cooper wrote, starred in, directed, wrote and performed original songs for this film. That sentence was exhausting to write never mind to achieve anything along those lines. Let alone with this level of quality. A Star Is Born is a […]

Horror films are full of tropes and clichés, things that we know are strange and frustrating and yet keep happening. This film continues the trend in the most infuriating of ways, that is if you are one of the few who will be drawn into it at all. This will not be a positive review. […]

“Hallo, You bastards.” There has not been a more memorable introduction to a rock album that I can remember in the last ten years. Immediately you are drawn into the level of humour and irreverent attitude with which the band behind this album go about their business. Hydrograd begins with a simple phrase and an […]

As is a bad habit for me I am writing this while once again listening to the Clutch album in question. Book of Bad Decisions is a tremendous album that seems to be making it impossible not to be productive when you are listening to it, which may not be the best description of a […]

Trillians being the home of Rock in the North East is a great place to find out about bands that you otherwise would be none the wiser about. Earlier conversations had made me aware of Into The Deep, and that was enough to lure me into the bar on a warm Tuesday night. Kicking off […]

There is a natural progression that a number of bands seem to be going through these days which leads to their music becoming more ‘mainstream’. There is a desire to look for ‘another sound’ which will undoubtedly divide their existing fan base and forms a kind of crossroads for the band in general. Gravity is […]

I don’t believe it’s possible to truly understand the level of damage you do to yourself by falling into a thorn bush until you step into the shower. I don’t know how you end a day drinking session but I prefer the foliage based scratchiness that can only be attained by aiming yourself arse first […]

I talk a lot about atmosphere when it comes to music and I am constantly on the look out for music that will fit with my mood at any given moment. I am also easily swayed and I will give anyone a listen that follows me on Twitter, so far this has not taken me […]

I had been a bit dubious about The Damned recently. I had been a fan of their work for a while but wasn’t so keen on their latest album and what I thought to be a change of sound, almost verging on a change of genre for the band. I was however, as usual in […]

Artist: Gus G Album: Fearless Released: 20 April 2018 In a recent interview Gus G commented that he was somewhat relieved after being let go from Ozzy Osbourne’s band in favour of Zakk Wilde. As he summed it up there was a stifling of creativity in the fact that he couldn’t plan anything too far […]


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