Definitely not failing though... Milo here. I got my A-levels back today and, to save the embarassment, I'm not as successful as I'd've hoped. Ah well, life goes on, numbers and letters aren't my worth, yada-yada (better write that hit song smartish though). In a cruel little twist of fate, however, the album I've been…Read more Not Passing – comfort (2019) – Review.
The Father speaks, congregate! Milo here. When I first heard the name "Father John Misty", around mid-2017, at the height of his Pure Comedy promotion, I thought "what a bunch of indie folk toss, another boring prick making art students wet themselves". That being said, the influx of mind-bogglingly positive reviews surrounding his 2017 release…Read more God’s Favourite Customer – Father John Misty (2018) – Review
Milo here. Here we go again, with the next edition of my monthly music review catch-up. February saw a coupla fine releases that I got a chance to listen to --- I mean, I don't have a lot to say. Intros are hard to write. So I'm not gonna write one. BUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUT, just so you…Read more Milo’s Album Catch-Up: February 2018
Milo here. Ayy, guys. Despite my consistent pumpin' of MMMs through the pipeline, I've actually been very busy with those goddamn A-Levels and how they're "important" or some piss -- so I've been missing the thrill of the article. That being said, I've still been cramming in all the beautiful new albums this year. So,…Read more Milo’s Album Catch-Up: January 2018
Yo, this be Reuben. Milo here. Dame Jean are nice lil' band born from our nice lil' hometown Bath, and it was a pleasure to see them live in that nice lil' venue that is the Bell Inn's backbar. Don't let my (Reuben) nice lil' intro mislead you however, because this indie outfit mean business.…Read more Dame Jean – Wasted Love Launch & Live Review (16.03.18)
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
EVERYTHING'S IN CAPS, DICKHEAD. Milo here. With all the fuss surrounding Kendrick Lamar, I think he's alright, I liked To Pimp A Butterfly a moderate amount, didn't love it, didn't hate it. So, if you're expecting ANOTHER review tickling his balls and telling him how straight up godly he is (he seems to know that…Read more DAMN. – Kendrick Lamar (2017) – Review