Stuff And That’s Best Thangs Of The Year 2018: Volume II – Music.

Oioi, here's the biguns. Milo here. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooo this one I have been building UP boi. If you didnae already know, I have had a PHAT year for music in 2018, absolutely caning those new albums like my name was Anthony Fantano -- it was brutal, whipping up a pretty solid 128 2018 releases in them…Read more Stuff And That’s Best Thangs Of The Year 2018: Volume II – Music.

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Best Songs of 2018 – Milo.

Milo here. And so, 2018 is behind us (well, it's behind you, I'm writing this in December), and we're bollocks deep in the end-of-year roundups. We've got some lovely stuff coming up but I figured we'd kick things off with a look back at the year in bangers and tracks. I've been keeping tabs on…Read more Best Songs of 2018 – Milo.

SAT500: Best Song Of The 10s

"AWoHahw music's so shit nowadays" -- no it ain't fool -- get some knowledge in ya. Milo. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8cmbmwFAl8 X-Ray Visions - Clutch (2015) As Reuben very aptly said, Clutch have set this decade ALIGHT. It's not complex music to understand, that's for sure. However, if you're looking for hard rock to knock your socks ON…Read more SAT500: Best Song Of The 10s

At the Drive In – in•ter a•li•a (2017) Review

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

At the Drive-In – Relationship of Command (2000) 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