Bury Tomorrow's latest proves they are a force to be reckoned with.
After 2 weeks of not doing a music review I got a bit itchy, while I enjoyed covering the original Ghostbusters, and positively loved every second playing The Division (for strict research purposes of course), I couldn’t wait to get back to the music side of things and what better way than Bury Tomorrow’s 4th studio album Earthbound?
The latest from Tom Clancy and Ubisoft is nothing short of breathtaking.
Since The Division was released back on the 8th of March 2016 I know I’m a little late, but as the saying goes "better late than never". I got my copy while I was on holiday in Italy back in June and I try to play as much as I can which isn’t as much as I’d like… because of life and shit. The Division is a perfect mix of a RPG (Role Playing Game) and a 3rd person (I personally found it close to Gears of War), set in the open world sandbox of Manhattan, though seems to be mainly based between 14th street (south) and 59th (north), and I can only assume more of the city will open up when addition patches are made public.
The trailers are definitely not the most exciting I’ve ever seen, but the laughs Bridesmaids gave me proved that the opinion I already formed in my mind about this movie was right: Feig+Wiig+McCarthy = Hilariousness.
News flash, this new Ghostbusters movie will not, I repeat, WILL NOT ruin your childhood. If you go to your DVD shelf you will find your beloved classic is still there and it’s not been replaced by the new version.
With today’s release of the rebooted Ghostbusters, let’s go back to the original that started it all.
Now I’m not going to pussy foot around here, the original Ghostbusters is one of the greatest films ever. There are two points to prove this, firstly the movie itself is memorable, funny, smart and ahead of its time.
The key to YG's popularity is his authenticity. In the land of a million studio gangsta rappers you can count on the fact that YG is as real as they come.
Rapper YG has finally released his sophomore album and yours truly couldn't be more excited as his first album My Krazy Life was my favorite album of 2014. I love the way his albums are put together and sequenced, with the production and skits putting you into YG's head and allowing you to live a day in his life. I'm not sure I've ever heard an artist that when listening to their music you're able to visualize the songs so well and it’s like you’re watching a movie. Both of his albums bring me back to the Death Row Records heyday when their releases were just so much better than anything else that's out there.