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Doctor Who Synopsis & Review Season 9 Episode 12 “Hell Bent”

Doctor Who Season 9 Episode 12: “Hell Bent” Synopsis and Review. Please note that there are spoilers ahead so if you haven’t watched the episode yet, please consider watching it before reading this article.

Doctor Who “The Zygon Inversion” Synopsis and Rating. ‘SPOILERS’

Good Day Everyone, today I am writing a review/synopsis on Doctor Who Season 9 episode 7 “The Zygon Inversion” Caution! ‘Spoilers‘ Image Care of: www.cultjer.com I know I missed the episode synopsis of “The Woman Who Lived.”  Many apologies as Halloween…
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Terrible Thrills Vol. 2 – A Terrible idea, or a Thrilling reimagination?

While some artists lend a hand in resculpting the soundscape into something bold and completely reshaped, which often comes with rewarding and positive results, others fall short on trying to tamper with a song that either had already reached near-perfection, or took too much creative freedom and gave birth to something muddled with electronic sounds, such as is the case with Carly Rae Jepsen’s cover of ‘Shadow’.

Doctor Who “The Witch’s Familiar” Synopsis and Review “Spoiler Alert”

Ok Ok!! Geeking out… Must calm down to write this. Along with meeting Jenna Coleman at the Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo, dressing up as Dexter from Dexters Laboratory for the Expo. Cary Elwes and everything else going on this…
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‘Rumours’ – Fleetwood Mac (Review)

‘The Chain’ is a significant highlight for not only the entirety of ‘Rumours’, but of most of Fleetwood Mac’s career, as well: memorable guitar riffs synchronize with percussion while vocalists harmonize with accuracy that takes many professionals years to master. The introduction is an important fixture, as the opening guitar hook, with its notable ‘twang’, properly demonstrates not only an important effect on the sound, but also establishes the sound direction of the entire record and showcases the quality of the production, giving subtle hints and details that wouldn’t otherwise be noticeable.

It Follows (2015) – Review

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Beautifully Orchestrated Noise Pollution: METZ II Review

METZ II simply feels right from beginning to end. It’s well executed and marks another significant notch on the belt of METZ for a hopefully long career. Certainly, it lives up to the expectations of their debut and brings the same quality and style, however not much has changed in the span of the two albums. There is little creative experimentation happening in METZ II, as there is little to find that we haven’t seen in the previous METZ album. This isn’t a bad thing, as fans of Punk will certainly enjoy another taste of what the band has to offer. “Kicking a Can Of Worms” stands out as a fresh attempt at something new, but sadly comes only at the end of the album. Hopefully, it is an indication of more experimentation in the future; using the same perfected method will certainly become dry after a few albums.

Punks of Electronic: Men Without Hats’ debut album Rhythm of Youth (Review)

The punk music of electronic, New Wave Men Without Hats released their debut album Rhythm of Youth in 1982 to international acclaim and success. Defiant lyrics and infectious instrumentation filled the album, with singles like ‘Safety Dance’ and ‘Living in China’ crowding the billboards as top hits.