Interview With Droid Bishop

Droid Bishop is a well known and respected name within the synthwave scene. He has music on SoundCloud that spans back several years, which you should definitely go and check out. This month I was lucky enough to be able to send him some questions to answer and with Bishop-like precision, he got the answers…

Integrity by JME

Two years ago, If you’d have told me that one of my favourite ever albums would end up beingĀ a rap album, i’d have probably laughed. However that is just what Integrity by JME has become. I should mention early on that I don’t really have any knowledge of rap music in general; only what I’ve…

Interview with Roslyn Moore

This week I am excited to share an interview I did with one of my favourite lady performers at the moment – Roslyn Moore. You should be listening to her music, specifically her awesome album, “Hazy (A Desert Opera)“. I wrote a review of the album recently and can’t recommend it enough. Roslyn is part…

Everlasting Road by LOCK

About a month ago I shared an awesome song by LOCK called “Click“. I have been listening to this song quite a lot and had become a big LOCK fan based on it. So when I heard about their new E.P. “Everlasting Road“, I was well up for it. The title song opens with a…

Trying out Rise of the Tomb Raider on GNU\Linux

Linux gaming, for me at least, has always presented problems. The initial issue is the fact that the selection of games is very slim compared with what is available on Windows computers. I was however greatly pleased this month when Rocket League was finally made available, and the smoothness is just as smooth as on…

Hazy (A Desert Opera) by Roslyn Moore

Like people who remember where they were when JFK was killed, or Princess Diana, I remember exactly where and when I first heard Hazy (A Desert Opera) by Roslyn Moore. I was in that midway state of consciousness between awake and asleep, listening to this album. I was enjoying it as an overall experience as…

Churches by Scarlett Taylor

On my first hearing of Scarlett Taylor’s music I was reminded of Lana Del Rey and Chrysta Bell – both being artists I adore. But now I have listened to Scarlett’s second album “Churches” a few times, I now enjoy it on its own merits, no longer drawing comparisons to other artists. Churches is tagged…