Marina sparkles at her ‘Love + Fear’ London gig (Tour Review)

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Stood waiting in a crowd filled with around 5,000 fellow Diamonds, the energy in the air was electric. All eyes peeled to the stage, waiting for Marina Diamindis herself to step out and sing her little heart out. And she didn’t disappoint. The pop songstress might have dropped the ‘Diamonds’, choosing for a more simplistic stage-name of just ‘Marina’, but she’s shining brighter than ever. Opening up with ‘Handmade Heaven’, the ethereal lead single from ‘Love + Fear’, Marina immediately set the tone for the entire gig: light, elegant, with a splash of pure pop […]

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Maleficent becomes the Mistress of Mediocrity as Disney’s sequel magic wears thin

Before we begin, I just wanna say that I LOVE Sleeping Beauty. Like, to the point that I know it word for word and it’s my favourite Disney movie of all time. There’s just something about the art style, the dynamic villain and the whimsical setting that resonates with me. So, when I saw the original Maleficent back in 2014, I was horrendously disappointed. Why did they do my horned villainess dirty like that?! With that said, my review of Maleficent: Mistress of Evil is probably going to be a little bit skewed – you’ve […]

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What will the next decade have in store for video games?

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As the decade draws to a close, I can’t help but look back at the technological leaps we’ve managed to overcome in the past ten years. Back at the rear end of 2009, we had many memorable titles bursting onto our screens: Dragon Age Origins, Assassin’s Creed II, Borderlands, Uncharted 2, Modern Warfare 2 – most of which have become a staple of the quality and love that’s put into the art of video gaming. Way back then, you’d have found me peeled to my treasured PS3, having only just bought one in order to […]

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Kesha is ‘Raising Hell’ with her euphoric new track

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Kesha’s back! Pop queen of the early 2010s, self-confessed party freak and glitter-infused fist-pumper – she’s never been one to shy away from the matter at hand – and her new single is no different. ‘Raising Hell’ is quintessential Kesha. It’s big, it’s brash and it’s in your face. And it doesn’t give a damn. Following on from the release of slightly more mellow ‘Rainbow’ two years ago, ‘Raising Hell’ is the perfect way to introduce us back to the party queen. The track opens in the same vein as ‘Rainbow’ – the gentle trickling […]

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Little details you might have missed in ‘Joker’

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We’re all in agreement that ‘Joker’ is amazing, right? Right? (I’ll take the resounding silence as a yes). It’s a brilliant character piece that deals with mental health and societal issues that gives us a view on Gotham that we’ve never had before. It’s both parts dramatic and nuanced, brutal and subtle all at once. As I wrote in my review, ‘Joker’ is more than a standard comic book villain back story – it’s a piece of cinematic art. That’s why it’s worth giving it another watch – it’s filled with so many subtle details […]

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‘Joker’ gives us a look at the man behind the make-up

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I know, I know. Another ‘Joker’ review. We all need one of those, right? Especially when the internet is choked full of think pieces on mental health and violence and yadayadayada… But hey, y’know what? Deal with it, because ‘Joker’ really is that good. And it’s worth talking about. With an unforgettable performance from Joaquin Phoenix, fantastical direction from Todd Phillips and a dazzling script, ‘Joker’ isn’t your standard villain origin story, not by any stretch of the imagination…   *Just a heads up, there’s gonna be spoilers ahead*   When we found out there […]

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Lindsey Stirling puts a spell over London with her ‘Artemis’ tour (Tour Review)

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Lindsey Stirling is a unique, rare find, like a real-life fae captivating audiences with her violin, taking them on an epic quest across the seven seas, through rich, magical forests and to the moon itself. Armed with nothing but her trusty violin – or five – she enchanted the audience in London upon one mystical night, captivating them with her mystical tunes. Live at the Apollo theatre in Hammersmith, London, Lindsey Stirling brought a little splash of magic to the 8,000 strong crowd – leaving them with a night that they’d never forget. I, myself, […]

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Lindsey Stirling’s ‘Artemis’ is a masterpiece of fantasy-infused beauty (Album Review)

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From an ode to the goddess of the moon to a collaboration with Amy Lee, ‘Artemis’ manages to encapsulate everything we know and love about Lindsey Stirling – and then some. With 11 million YouTube subscribers, a dedicated fanbase and a world tour on the cards, Lindsey Stirling is more than just a cult favourite. Her fifth album, ‘Artemis’, proves that she’s a magical gem in the modern age of music. ‘Artemis’ opens with ‘Underground’; a dramatic track with subtle dance vibes that thunder throughout the track like a thumping heartbeat. The track builds with […]

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‘My Name Is Michael Holbrook’ is classic Mika, wrapped up in glittering, unwavering joy (Album Review)

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After a slew of sugar-coated hits like ‘Lollipop’, ‘Big Girl (You Are Beautiful)’, ‘Love Today’ and ‘Grace Kelly’, Mika is back with his fifth studio album, the personal-titled ‘My Name Is Michael Holbrook’ (and yes, that is his real name). Does the album title mean that Mika’s stripped himself down from the glittery persona? Well yes, and no. And does it mean album number five is the dreaded “this is my most personal album yet” spiel? Again, it’s a mixed bag. The album’s opener, ‘Tiny Love’, is the standout of the album, by far. The […]

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‘A Star Is Born’: One Year On…

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Monsters, can you believe it’s been an entire year since ‘A Star Is Born’ was released?! Time flies when you’re listening to a multi-time Grammy winner, apparently. Incase you’ve been living under a rock, the third reiteration of ‘A Star Is Born’ features Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper as lovers – with Bradley’s character Jackson Maine – country superstar – dealing with alcoholism, while Lady Gaga’s character Ally deals with going from dive-bar singer to full-on musical mogul. If you haven’t seen it yet… What have you been doing with your life? The film is […]

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