Today saw the release of Eminem's Kamikaze (if you're old-fashioned like me, and don't download). Since the album dropped, MP3-style, the reception of Kamikaze has been insane. But this post is about Machine Gun Kelly's diss track that surfaced three days after Kamikaze dropped. In Em's track 'Fall', he attacks multiple rappers, and in response to a … Continue reading Rap God vs Rap Devil
Wha! I hadn't even had my cuppa in bed when I read that the God of rap had only gone and dropped a surprise album. Em simply posted a picture of the album cover on social media and exclaimed not to have overthought this one - I was not ready for this! I wanted to … Continue reading Eminem – Greatest in the World, No Lie, He Might Be
A small look into the Music Festival world. I specifically attended to see Skindred, Mike Shinoda and Papa Roach. Here is a selection of photographs of those bands, including a few from Sum 41's set.
I had just turned eight years old when I climbed into the cinema seat next to my mother. There I spent most of the 2 hours 7 minutes hiding beneath my mother's cardigan, peeking out, completely terrified and enchanted by these giant lizard creatures on the big screen, cementing an admiration for all things prehistoric. … Continue reading Walking with Dinosaurs Live with Michaela Strachan
I have concluded that Paul Kaye is one of the most underrated actors of our time. Meeting the man himself at The London Film & Comic Con has thrust me back into his kingdom and I feel the need to stand tall (all 5 foot 3 inches of me) and call on the West End … Continue reading The West End Needs to Call Paul Kaye
I've needed several days to calm down before I even attempted to write about my experience as a virgin at the London Film and Comic Con 2018, in London. I've been like a little girl at Disney World with an insatiable desire to continuously alert my social media followers of who I met this weekend! … Continue reading The Virgin of the London Film and Comic Con 2018
POST TRAUMATIC IS A SPECTACULAR POST-TRAUMATIC ALBUM. A HEALING RECORD. Mike Shinoda released his new album Post Traumatic, today, and is being consumed by many eager fans right now. The album starts with the three tracks he released as the EP a few months back, opening with 'Place to Start' - a really obvious and perfect introduction to his journey. However, like many Linkin Park fans, 'Over Again' is where it truly starts. We relate to it in a very anomalous way.