Music Review: Numb Killer by Tarah Who?

Brace for impact with Tarah Who?’s explosive new release, Numb killer.The female fronted power trio dives into the anger and pain caused by the recent terrorist attacks and the conditions that have given rise to those who are truly numb-killers. The new track’s hyper-drive guitar, hard-hitting drums and bass assault collide into a brutal, blunt… Continue reading Music Review: Numb Killer by Tarah Who?

Review: Snow Patrol at The O2 Arena

  Following the release of their latest album Wildness in May 2018, Snow Patrol are back on the road after a 7 year hiatus. Saturday 26th January was their only, and sold out, night at The O2 Arena in London. They opened the show in spectacular style with three classic tracks; Take Back the City, Chocolate… Continue reading Review: Snow Patrol at The O2 Arena

25 memories in 25 years

On this day 25 years ago, a baby girl called Emma was born. For the past quarter of a s century, she has lived an extraordinary life. On here she is best known as the founder, creator and author of this blog… me! To honour my birthday, I want to share my 25 favourite memories… Continue reading 25 memories in 25 years

Music Interview: The Scared Crows

My first music interview of 2019 is with American rock trio The Scared Crows______________________________________________________________________ Band Name: The Scared Crows Members: Tyler Forrest (vocals/guitar), Adrian Hires (bass) & Andre Mohring (drums) Genre: Rock Founded: January 2018 Originated From: North Hollywood, CA USA Discography: I Hope Your Phone Dies (single) ______________________________________________________________________ How would you describe your music?… Continue reading Music Interview: The Scared Crows

Album Reviews: 2018 roundup

This year I discovered two new artists and got to enjoy new album releases from three legendary rock bands. Here is a roundup of my 2018 album reviews: 1. Muse On Friday 9th November 2018, Muse, the rock trio from Devon, released their eighth studio album Simulation Theory. Read: Simulation Theory by Muse 2. Gerry Cinamon… Continue reading Album Reviews: 2018 roundup