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?
2019 is in full swing and “what exciting plans do I have for Rock For Disability this year?” I hear you ask. Well here is a brief list of my blog-olutions for this year; New blog theme As you can already see, my blog has begun a make-over. This theme has a simple layout, easier… Continue reading My 2019 blog-olutions
Wednesday 10th October 2018 was World Mental Health Day. Currently 450 million people worldwide suffer with mental health problems and it has been known to effect famous people too including Gary Lightbody, Ant McPartlin, Robin Williams and Chester Bennington. To mark the occasion and raise awareness, I want to share factors that cause mental… Continue reading 5 factors that cause mental health problems in people with physical disabilities
Music is not just in the charts, on the radio or at gigs and festivals. Another element of music I enjoy listening to is film soundtracks. I love going to the cinema, I have a ridiculous collection of DVDs and nowadays I even discover films streamed online. Since losing my sight (13 years ago this… Continue reading 10 favourite film soundtracks
The date was Sunday 9th September, the venue was The O2 Arena in London and the star act performing were indie-rock band, the Arctic Monkeys. Yes the Sheffield lads have returned after a 4 year break; with their last performance being headliners at Reading Festival 2014; which I was lucky enough to attend. At this… Continue reading Review: Arctic Monkeys at the O2 Arena