Remember At the Drive In? They're back -- in pog form! Yo, this be Reuben. Chaboi is back. The one and only. The big dingus. The guy who isn't as good as Milo. You know it. The exams are over and I'm back to give ye some crappy reviews n' that, oh joy. I kinda-ish…Read more At the Drive In – in•ter a•li•a (2017) Review
Milo here. AYYYYYY! EXAMS FINISHED! WOOO! They were awful. But, I'm back with a vengeance and with a lot to talk about! Indeed, I've been checking out some new tunes and films and stuff in my absence so I best catch y'all up with some mini-reviews. Humanz - Gorillaz (29.04.17) Oh damn! The big top…Read more The Big Catch-Up
Let's kick this shizzle off. Milo here. This is the big one of the year. Here at Stuff And That, we get round to a lot of watching, listening, playing and, of course, writing about all that jazz. 2016 was the year that we gained a lot of readership so a moderately-sized thanks to those…Read more Stuff And That’s Best Thangs Of The Year 2016: Volume I – Music.
This'll be an interesting list, because I've said Heavy Songs, which could be a lot of things. Basically, I like heavy music. That's pretty much the only music I listen to. So, regrettably there will be limited options for some of my favourite bands, like Red Hot Chili Peppers, Porcupine Tree, and The Mars Volta,…Read more Top Fifteen Heavy Songs – Reuben
Following At the Drive-In's amazing announcements today, I thought I'd celebrate by listening to some of their stuff. Now I'm listening to Vaya, their post-millennial EP, so I thought I might as well give it a review. From start to finish, over this album is a veil of punk rock. Every song is punk. That's…Read more At the Drive-In – Vaya (1999) Sub-Review
Relationship of Command, At the Drive-In's last album, is by far their best. It's heavier, it's melodies and bass/guitar riffs are incredible, the musical variety is brilliant, and Cedric's voice is a lot better than in previous albums. Furthermore; it's got great musicality, and the guitar, bass and drums blend exceptionally well, creating a rocking…Read more At the Drive-In – Relationship of Command (2000) Review