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Music Review: Secondborn – ‘Symbols’ EP

Secondborn on Blogcritics

Secondborn is refreshing early 2000’s of emo-rock with an alternative rock flair. Read More »

Music Review: The Unravelling – “Revolt” Single

The Unravelling

"Revolt" marks The Unravelling’s comeback after a health-related hiatus. Read More »

Music Review: CalatrilloZ – ‘Psalms of Zahyin’

Psalms of Zahyin

This is a good debut album despite some hiccups. Read More »

Music Review: Kings of the Brushwood Thicket – “He Was a Man” Single

Kings of the Brushwood Thicket

King of the Brushwood Thicket’s "He Was a Man" is a rich track despite its stripped down nature. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Life is Strange: Episode 2- Out of Time’

Life is Strange, Episode Two, Out of Time, PlayStation 4

After 'Episode Two: Out of Time,' Dontnod's 'Life is Strange' is the best episodic adventure game out there. With more character depth, and more gameplay, along with a technically superior game engine, there's really no debate. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Tales From the Borderlands: Episode 2 – Atlas Mugged’

Tales From the Borderlands, Episode Two, Atlas Mugged, TellTale Games

After a long delay, TellTale has returned with the second episode of 'Tales From The Borderlands.' With the group moving at a slower pace, 'Atlas Mugged' has a lot less going on than its predecessor. Read More »

Music Review: [debut] – ‘Postcards from Berlin’

debut's 'Postcards from Berlin'

‘Postcards from Berlin’ seems like a soundtrack featuring songs set within a narrow, well-defined style. Read More »

Music Review: The True Groove All-Stars – ‘Fully Re-Covered’

True Groove All-Stars

Thirteen songs, some better known than others, are covered by the stars of True Groove Records. Read More »

Music Review: Xavier Rudd & The United Nations – ‘Nanna’ – New Release from Australia’s Eco Warrior

Cover-Nanna-Xavier-Rudd-The-United-Nations

A great album - come to it with an open mind. It might change your heart. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Halo: Nightfall’

Halo, Nightfall, Microsoft, Blu-ray

On its own, Halo: Nightfall isn't a science fiction masterpiece, like Ridley Scott's Blade Runner, but the movie does nothing to diminish the significance of the Halo franchise. Read More »