Album Review: Simulation Theory by Muse

On Friday 9th November 2018, Muse, the rock trio from Devon, released their eighth studio album Simulation Theory. The record has a strong opening with the track Algorithm; Headbanging percussion, dramatic strings, magical piano keys, heavy guitar riffs, supersonic synthesising and powerful vocals courtesy of lead singer, Matt Bellemy. It signifyes the sounds of 80’s… Continue reading Album Review: Simulation Theory by Muse

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Assistive Tech Tips: Part 1 – 10 accessible gadgets for people with sight loss

I have been registered blind for over 13 years now and within that time I’ve had to learn different strategies and techniques to read, write and carry out daily tasks. The greatest tool for me to achieve these things is using assistive technology. In this three part series, I’m going to share with you the… Continue reading Assistive Tech Tips: Part 1 – 10 accessible gadgets for people with sight loss

Music Interview: Scant Regard

Scant Regard is a British solo musician with a unique style of, and I quote, “twanging artrock with fuckazoidal tendencies”. It has similarities to the likes of The Prodigy, Pendulum and Muse. ____________________________________________________________ Artist Name: Scant Regard Member: Will Crewdson Genre: Industro-surftronica Founded: September 2011 Originated From: Islington, London, UK Discography: Albums Burnt Pop Cycles… Continue reading Music Interview: Scant Regard