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Review Challenge VII COMPLETE!: Withering to Death by Dir En Grey

Lyric stumbled onto Dir En Grey and something about it clicked with her and she is seemingly a solid fan of them now. She decided to challenge me to review their album Withering and if you haven’t figured it out by now, this is that review! 357 more words

Review Challenge

Appreciating ARR fans from all over

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Saw a random person reading the souvenir booklet from This Year’s ARR London Concert on The Tube today. 277 more words

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Review: Beware Of You 'Self- Portraits'

Beware Of You are an unsigned alternative/pop punk/post hardcore band from Dublin. They formed pretty recently, having not even reached their first birthday yet. They’ve been making waves in the Dublin alternative scene over the past few months, being praised both for their energetic live shows, and their catchy songs. 305 more words


Metric - Live It Out (2005) - Review

When I compiled my top ten favourite bands of all time, I was rather surprised when this band didn’t make the cut. The reason, however, is that this is by far their strongest album and, arguably, one of their only good ones, save for some of their later projects. 517 more words


Maggie's Pick 8.28.2015: Frisky Friday: "Brass In Pocket" by The Pretenders

“‘Cause I’m gonna make you see
There’s nobody else here
No one like me
I’m special, so special
I gotta have some of your attention” 23 more words


Yunho - Champagne (Music Review)

I have never been a big fan of ¬†Yunho’s work so I was surprised when I heard this number per¬†chance whilst working out to PopAsia (a TV show down here in Australia which shows Asian pop music clips). 156 more words


Music Review: Les Fleur Du Mal

One of the few things that kept me going through the lonely years of my early twenties was the music of the German musician Anna-Varney Cantodea, best known as the sole participant in Sopor Aeternus & the Ensemble of Shadows. 479 more words