The album contains 12 enchanting songs, each of which will have your toes tapping. They’re unique and exciting and they’re different, showcasing the breadth of talent that these monkeys have. Cornish folk band 3 Daft Monkeys are back with their latest album ‘Year of the Clown’ an album which they say ‘exposes their bare bones and their souls, is powerful, honest, naughty, ecstatic, wild and … Continue reading 3 Daft Monkeys ‘Year of the Clown’ review
I have to admit that until a year or so ago, I despised Ricky Gervais with a passion. For a long time I just didn’t ‘get’ him and mistook his incredibly dry sense of humour for incredible rudeness. But as time’s gone on, I’ve grown to really appreciate his sense of humour and his down-to-earth view on the world, it also helps that he’s a … Continue reading David Brent: Life on the Road
Support Midlands-based metal band Guts for Glory by contributing to their Indiegogo campaign today! In return you can bag yourself a signed copy of the album and all sorts of other perks too. They’re an awesome band who put on a fantastic show so this is a great opportunity to get behind them, bag some great merch and be able to brag to your friends … Continue reading Fancy a signed album and other goodies from an up and coming metal band? Support Guts for Glory today!
The Sapphires is a bright and cheerful Australian musical comedy based on a true story. An Aboriginal all girl group called The Sapphires head off to Vietnam to perform for the soldiers in 1968, accompanied by their somewhat unreliable manager Dave Lovelace (Chris O’Dowd). Despite the premise and the artwork for the film screaming ‘cheesy’, The Sapphires is very funny and has something more to it than you’re average musical comedy. It … Continue reading The Sapphires