A Year of Coping: Casa Loma

We are halfway through 2021 and sometimes I feel like we still get stuck reminiscing on how rough 2020 was. Now it is definitely easy to sit and go on about how hard last year was, but I don’t think we need any more reminders, or articles for that matter, dissecting the hardships of 2020.... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Jack Henderson – Nobody Gets Hurt

Rating - 3/5 Glasgow’s own Jack Henderson brings us his latest single “Nobody Gets Hurt” from his upcoming album “Where’s The Revolution” which is due for release on 2nd October 2020. “Nobody Gets Hurt” delivers a bundle of pain and disappointment written out and delivered with soul searing emotion and hurt. Jack’s voice is the... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Taylor Swift – Folklore

Rating - 4/5 ‘Folklore’ is the latest offering from Taylor Swift, which as you can imagine from the name, borrows heavily from the folk tradition. It’s a collection of stories, self reflection and assorted musings set to a backdrop of downbeat, alternative folk and dream pop. Aaron Dessner and Jack Antanoff are credited as co-writers... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Casa Loma – This is Coping

Rating - 4/5 It’s fairly common for band members to have side-projects, giving them an alternative creative outlet and a chance to showcase their versatility and talents that may otherwise not be appreciated. While Man Overboard bassist and vocalist Nik Bruzzese doesn’t appear to be doing anything out of the ordinary with his indie/emo project,... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Owen – The Avalanche

Rating - 5/5 It had been a good few years since I had last engaged with the work of Owen, however the release of singles ‘A New Muse’ and ‘On with the Show’ brought everything back to me.  I was taken back to when I first discovered the solo material of the infamous Mike Kinsella... Continue Reading →

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