Milo here. And we're coming to the end of a pretty quick-n-painless wrap-up period here at Stuff And That, thank goodness for that. In 2018, though I'm sure this may seem pitiful by some of your standards, I listened to a pretty deesh 128 albums, and thus I've had a pretty good year. As such,…Read more Top 50 Albums of 2018 – Milo.
Real boi-bois cry then dip. Milo here. I've always known that Bristol punk would make it big. We've had not a lot going since Massive Attack, mainstream-wise. So, imagine my joy (asanactofresistance) when I found that IDLES, the hardcore punk outfit making waves in the scene, were from the west country I hold so dear.…Read more Joy As An Act of Resistance – IDLES (2018) – Review
There's still a lot to love in the world of today -- with genres of all shapes and sizes being invented and improved and experimented and messed with in all sorts of wonderful ways. Milo. Plastic Beach - Gorillaz (2010) The final entry of Gorillaz groundbreaking first three albums, it's this, as well as the,…Read more SAT500: Best Album Of The 10s So Far
How Low Can You Go? Milo here. I've been consuming a lot of new stuff lately, mainly games and music, but you know, so I thought I'd share my thoughts on one of the new albums I've gotten my meaty man-grabbers on in the past week. Every Time I Die are a hardcore punk/metalcore outfit…Read more Every Time I Die – Low Teens (2016) – Review
This band is a bit crazy. Yes. This band is a bit crazy. I realized that once I had listened to this album; and the first track for that matter. They're something between hardcore punk and metal: with shredding guitar throughout, fast tempo riffs, prevalent drums and a raving lunatic screaming like a mad man…Read more Feed the Rhino – The Sorrow and the Sound (2014) Review
I’ve had a bit of a surge of finding new bands recently; in particular metal bands, Every Time I Die, Feed the Rhino, Riverside, Primus, Royal Blood, Priestess and Faith No More, but this is probably the best one. Every Time I Die is Metalcore; which is a popular genre nowadays, so there are many…Read more Every Time I Die – The Big Dirty (2007) Review