After a weekend fueled with Twin Atlantic articles, it's only right that we get another. The band have announced the supports for their upcoming tour, with main support being none other than the legendary Pulled Apart By Horses. Pulled Apart By Horses have spent much of the last 12 months working away on their 4th Studio album, which will … Continue reading Twin Atlantic UK Tour Supports Announced!
Twin Atlantic released their new record on the 9th September, and on the 16th September it became their second consecutive UK Top Ten album, sliding in at number 9. The record is a triumph for a band who have made a decision on a sound and stuck to it. A clear progression from their last record Great … Continue reading Twin Atlantic – GLA Album Review
Hells Lager has slowly been worming its way into the pubs of London for the past five years, forcing out the tasteless boring draughts like Carlsberg and Fosters. Nowdays it's more common to find on tap than those mass produced beers and I'm sure those who work at the brewery see this as a massive triumph, so much so … Continue reading Camden Hells Lager – Beer Review
It's mid September, the temperature is falling (we'll ignore Wednesday to Friday last week) and the skies are getting grey. This means only one thing! Oktoberfest is drawing near. And Oktoberfest looming means that it's the time of year to drink Weissbeir. And if you're looking for a decent Weissbeir, look no further than a trusty bottle or … Continue reading Erdinger Weissbeir – Beir-Bewertung
The American Budweiser. No I know what you're thinking, but you'd be wrong. Although this is an acceptable beer if there aren't any other options, this really isn't a great beer. Often so full of gas that it's hard to drink a whole pint without some serious reflux, and unless pulled from a pint so void … Continue reading Budweiser – Beer Reveiw
It's always a pleasure to head into a pub and find an exciting new beer to try. I really have to hand it to JD Wetherspoons. In the past two years they've tremendously improved their Craft Beer and Ale selections and rather than sticking to the tried and tested stalwarts of the game, they've been giving … Continue reading White Riot – Beer Review
Wednesday 14th September 2016 will go down in History. It was my sisters 21st Birthday, It was the hottest September day in about 100 years and oh, Twin Atlantic proved that they're ready to play with the big boys. Before the headliners we're gifted with a support slot from The Xcerts. These guys are one of the … Continue reading Twin Atlantic – Live Review
That's right! On Thursday night Skepta swooped in and stole the Mercury Prize after a tightly fought showdown with David Bowie. Konichiwa is the fourth album from the grime artist, released in May this year to critical acclaim, and features singles such as Shutdown and Man (Gang). Matthew Healy of The 1975, who's March 2016 I like it when you sleep for you are so beautiful … Continue reading Skepta wins Mercury Prize!
Maybe the name should be "Two weekly Spotify Playlist". Squeezing two weeks worth of music binging into one 45 minute playlist sure wasn't easy but I daresay I've done a great job. From the grand chorus of Sweetness by Jimmy Eat World into the crushing Bleed from Meshuggah, I've been a bit schizophrenic with my listening this week. Some fun choices from … Continue reading Weekly Spotify Playlist – 16/09/16
Last Friday, three years after the release of their 5th album, A Day To Remember have released their highly anticipated 6th album, Bad Vibrations. Storming through the ragers which are Bad Vibrations and Paranoia to open the album, you get the impression that this is going to be a stonking listen. As you continue through … Continue reading A Day To Remember – Bad Vibrations Album Review