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

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

Sparsh Shah: the 15-year-old rapper with brittle bones

This article was originally published on online magazine Disability Horizons. who I regularly write for as a freelance journalist. _______________________________ Sparsh Shah is a 15-year-old rapper, singer, songwriter and inspirational speaker from New Jersey, USA. He was born with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, more commonly known as¬†Brittle Bone Disease. He has broken more than 130 bones over… Continue reading Sparsh Shah: the 15-year-old rapper with brittle bones

Music Video Review: Universe Garden by Francesco Fonte Band

Back in August, I posted an album review of the latest record Eight by Francsco Fonte Band. This month, they released the music video for Universe Garden which is the third song to come from the new record. With this song, the band recalls the 80’s goth and dark rock.¬† The track starts with nostalgic,… Continue reading Music Video Review: Universe Garden by Francesco Fonte Band

Review: Editors at The Marble Factory, Bristol

Editors are a British rock band from Birmingham who formed in 2002. They’ve released six studio albums, with their latest Violence released in 2018, and sold out numerous live shows. This gig was a spontaneous night out for me after my friend, who currently lives in Bristol, had an extra ticket available. I admit I… Continue reading Review: Editors at The Marble Factory, Bristol