In Review: Wasteland, Baby!, Hozier

After teasing us with an EP release back in September, Hozier is well and truly back on the scene with his latest album Wasteland, Baby! having dropped on March 1. The Irish musician won over a global audience in 2014 with his debut single Take Me To Church and now, five years later, has returned with an album full of those signature, sultry tones and … Continue reading In Review: Wasteland, Baby!, Hozier

In Review: The Gateway

The Gateway is a prime example of the classic sci-fi trope ‘when science goes too far.’ A gripping story of murderous husbands and parallel worlds, John V. Soto and Michael White have taken the idea of teleportation and dangled it’s endless possibilities and dire consequences right in front of our noses. Jane Chandler (Jacqueline McKenzie) is a particle physicist and researcher who has been experimenting with matter teleportation … Continue reading In Review: The Gateway

In Review: Ed Sheeran’s New Singles

After a long-awaited return, Ed Sheeran has released two new singles, Shape of You and Castle on the Hill, along with two new videos to go with them. The tracks, both from his upcoming album Divide which drops March 3, have resided in the top two spots on the singles charts for the past three weeks and it doesn’t look like they’re going anywhere any … Continue reading In Review: Ed Sheeran’s New Singles

In Review: Gabrielle Aplin – Miss You EP

With dip-dyed pink hair and cover art reminiscent of a kaleidoscope, Gabrielle Aplin is inching away from her usual acoustic style, toward the upbeat, mainstream pop scene. The English rose’s new EP, entitled Miss You, experiments with synths and a dance-like feel while also delivering the simplicity and purity we know and love. The title track of Aplin’s EP begins with a piano introduction before … Continue reading In Review: Gabrielle Aplin – Miss You EP

How To Be Single: Minor Characters Breaking Major Ground

When going off to the cinema to see How To be Single I expected to see a cliché yet entertaining film about your typical straight, white female trying to “find herself” by moving to the concrete jungle and naïvely navigating the New York night-life. My suspicions were confirmed with the movie incorporating various elements of the Hollywood formula for a good chick-flick: the token chubby friend … Continue reading How To Be Single: Minor Characters Breaking Major Ground