One of the new features this year was my Track of the Week, it's something I’ve wanted to do for a while and I finally found the time in 2019. I’ve had a lot of fun with it, meaning I intend to continue in 2020, but more importantly it helped me discover more bands and music than what I normally would. With this list I’d like to highlight the 10 best tracks I’ve heard in the last 12 months with most of them coming from our Track of the Week series.
Here we go kids, It's my first list of the end of year series and like I normally do, I'm starting with albums and EPs. Since my major musical kick at the moment (and has been for a few years now) is Metalcore, the genre dominates this list, but as you know, I love a good twist and have a few surprises up my sleeve here for ya!
Here's the weirdest films of the year, dudes!
Did you miss me bitches!?
Probably not, but I feel like I need to explain why I haven't been putting up new reviews on the site lately. Well, Dan and I left our life in London behind and started a new one of travel, joblessness and focussing on our passions. So while Dan is mostly working on RR, I still do stuff behind the scenes here, but I'm mainly trying to kickstart my career as a professional translator - not as easy as it sounds.
But I couldn't pass up on the opportunity of sharing with you my fave WTF flicks of 2019, so here they are...
An awesome series opener with a huge revelation at the end.
More than a small part of me wants this review to be "It is good... I have spoken", give it a score and go about my day. But I see myself as a professional reviewer who takes pride in his work and a massive Star Wars nerd who loves to chat about all things Star Wars until the Banthas come home.
Be warned, there will be spoilers beyond this point!
From the ashes of the 90's group Sunny Day Real Estate, was born The Fire Theft in 2001, a trio formed of Jeremy Enigk (vocals, guitar), William Goldsmith (drums) and Nate Mendel (bass) - both also former members of the Foo Fighters.