Happy New Year everyone! New Year’s Eve marked the day I changed my music listening. For the first time in many years, with the exception of purchasing music from lesser known artists, I signed up to Spotify to actually pay for music again! Admittedly, the plunge was only made due to the ridiculous offer of… Read More Spotify – The Pros And Cons Of The Music Streaming Era
As most gamers will be aware, 2015 marked the 20th year anniversary of PlayStation. Sony has capitalised upon the occasion with a limited edition PS4 anniversary edition console, featuring the classic grey aesthetics. In hindsight it appears that with the exclusion of the failed attempts of entering the videogames market via developing consoles with then… Read More 20 Years of PlayStation – My Top 20 PlayStation Games and The Nostalgia Opportunity For Sony
This past Monday 2nd November my friend James and I went to see U2 at the O2 Arena, London. Being big U2 fans, and having seen them on their previous ‘360 tour’ in 2009, we were highly anticipating seeing U2 again to see if the rock legends could still produce the amazing live performances which… Read More U2 iNNOCENCE + eXPEREINCE Tour – A Reinvention
The WWE have just released a Sting DVD/Blu-ray titled ‘WWE Sting: Into The Light’ and felt like I had to review it for my next blog. As a huge wrestling fan dating back to when I was a child I was only familiar with Sting’s crow character of the late 90’s and so aware about… Read More WWE Sting: Into The Light Review – The Return To Relevance
n Dream is the band’s fifth album released just Friday. Their latest venture shows a band who have evolved drastically from their debut 10 years ago. From the first time listening. Upon my first listen the album conveys a darker tone and an electronic foundation with a major departure from the guitars in favour of a much more experimental attempt.… Read More Editors “Dream” Album Review: The Road Back To Success
Having spent the past two weeks being ill and stubbornly not taken any time off from work, I decided to spend this weekend staying in and getting up to speed with my ever growing list of series to watch, alongside recovering of course! True Detective, a show which myself and everyone I know have highly… Read More True Detective Season 2 Review
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Shutterstock Summer is coming to an end soon, and it’s that time of the year when young minds around the country mentally prepare for the change from lazy summer days to getting ready for that 8 AM course that you know you should not have taken. It is also the…
So last week my friend told me Dr Dre would be releasing a new album. My initial reaction was something along the lines of “finally Detox is coming”. Which was not the case. Hip-hop fans have been waiting for the Detox album which has almost become a myth amongst dream album releases. Instead Dr Dre… Read More A New Dr Dre Album But Not Detox… My Review
As a huge Call of Duty fan, I have recently reflected upon the franchise and know that sales are in decline… with that said there is a petition to remake MW2, a game which I believe is the best in the franchise for the following reasons…… Read More Throwback Thursday – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 – The Best COD Game Ever?
This past weekend Capcom announced news regarding “Street Fighter V“. At launch 16 characters will be available, four of which will be new to the franchise. What was most interesting to me was that all DLC released in the future such as additional characters will be attainable by two methods. One is to purchase the… Read More Street Fighter V – A Change To Future DLC Releases?