Milo here. Ya boi had a cracker of weekend, as you'd expect from a bigboi who had some world-class drag and world-class rock-and-or-frackin'-roll within the space of 48 hours. Indeed, through a miracle of booking, I went to see my favourite drag queen, Jinkx Monsoon, in her cabaret show, The Vaudevillians, at Bath Komedia and…Read more Queen/Queens Weekend (Jinkx Monsoon/QOTSA UK Tour Reviews) (17/18.11.17)
Keep! It! Down! Milo here. *Heyhey, retrospective Milo here, with this being a large release and all, this is a large review, so keep dat in mind, yeah? Another month, another mah-hussive release in the world of music. With an announcement coming out of bloody nowhere, a mere three years since the band's 2014 slump Sonic…Read more Concrete And Gold – Foo Fighters (2017) – Review
Truth is individual calculation. Milo here. Still reeling from the fierce grasp Villains took on his life, the young dingus-like reviewer clambered on to the next album. Yeah, that's right, chaboi can bust out those all-important narrative skillages when needed, even a bit of third-person, a technique everyone loves. Or I could've just sounded like…Read more To The Bone – Steven Wilson (2017) – Review
Scum f*ck. Milo here. Dammit! They had to go and announce that Scum Fuck Flower Boy wasn't the official title to this badboi! Meaning that I can't sneak in an uncensored swear due to the shitty principles of this goddamn site. Oh wait... (Scum Fuck) Flower Boy is the fourth major label release by L.A.…Read more Flower Boy – Tyler, the Creator (2017) – Review
Milo here. Reuben would probably be more qualified to write this article, but he's got some other stuff on his plate right now and I'm still pretty excited with this news, but if I don't come off as a Primus superfan, it cuz I ain't. 3 years after their last album, Primus & The Chocolate…Read more Primus – The Seven: First Impressions N’ New Album Deets.
You got so dark because you turned the Lights Out... *MATE THAT WAS A DOUBLE REFERENCE, GET BENT.* Milo here. In 2014, like every year since 1975, a gaggle of alternative music critics, desperate for attention, proclaimed, tears streaming down their eyes, "ROCK IS DEAD!!!!" (rock has never died, by the way). That is, until…Read more How Did We Get So Dark? – Royal Blood (2017) – Review
Whaddabrothaknow???? Milo here. Well, what a phat surprise! On the 30th anniversary of Public Enemy's debut smashYo! Bum Rush The Show (their best), the veteran political hip-hop group released a surprise free download for their new 14th studio record, Nothing Is Quick In The Desert. As a moderate-to-large-ish PE fan, and a HUGE fan of…Read more Nothing Is Quick In The Desert – Public Enemy (2017) – Review