Mark Warren

Review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

I’d like to start this review with a confession. I, the esteemed author of this piece of assuredly high quality video game journalism, have never played a Dark Souls game. Some of you will be understandably incensed by this revelation. You’ll stand up in front of your computer, phone or toaster (or whichever other gadget […]

 Alexander Beard

Pure Comedy by Father John Misty – Preview

Pure Comedy by Father John Misty – Preview

 April 7 will see the release of Father John Misty’s new album Pure Comedy. Misty (real name Joshua Tillman) initially found fame as the drummer for folk rock band Fleet Foxes, but he’s truly emerged as a generational talent under his current moniker.  Possessing a voice as impressive as his facial hair – he’s ditched […]

 Francisco Andrade

Kendrick Lamar – Untitled Unmastered

Kendrick Lamar – Untitled Unmastered

Four years have passed since Kendrick released good kid M.A.A.D. City and the hip-hop scene was never the same. Compton’s own child made a smashing career start by bringing a new form of storytelling in his lyrics, showing a different angle of referencing ‘hood’ life in the late 80’s and it’s remarkable how far and […]

 Emma O'Neill

Pitch Perfect 2 comes to cinemas this May

On May 15 the pitch is back, with the eagerly anticipated sequel to the summer hit that was Pitch Perfect. Join the Bella’s as they try to regain their credibility after an incident gone wrong. As three time champions, they get invited to Washington D.C. to give a performance for the President’s birthday. Fat Amy accidentally reveals […]