Posts by fortitudesbrain

Album Review: Fat Goth – ‘Enorme!’

Dundee’s premiere alt-rock misfits, Fat Goth, return with their latest album Enorme!. After blasting onto the scene with 2013’s ‘Stud’,

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Album review: Fuzzystar – ‘Telegraphing’

Edinburgh’s Fuzzystar aka Andy Thomson recently released his infectiously catchy, feel-good album ‘Telegraphing’ and its well worth a listen. Kicking

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Album Review: Best Youth – ‘Highway Moon’

Whilst Portuguese duo Best Youth saw their debut album Highway Moon achieve success in Portugal upon its release, the pair

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More popular than ever! Card Games Online

A large variety of games making use of cards have been around for a very long time. One of the

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Single Review: Matt And The Beanstalk – ‘Symphony’

Hailing from Nottingham, and citing influences ranging from Kate Bush to Darwin Deez, Matt And The Beanstalk has teamed up

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EP Review: The Nyx – ‘The Nyx’

Feisty four-piece The Nyx are a quartet not to be reckoned with. Everything about their self-titled EP is full frontal,

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Album Review: Storm The Palace – ‘Snow, Stars And Public Transport’

Originally from Edinburgh, Storm The Palace have just released their debut album. Written over a nine year period whilst singer

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Album Review: Pronto Mama – ‘Any Joy’

With the release of their new album Any Joy, Glaswegian six-piece Pronto Mama have demonstrated their ability to create something

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Album Review: The Barnum Meserve – ‘When All Is Lost’

Having formed back in 2007, The Barnum Meserve are not ones to stick to convention. The Nottingham trio have turned

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Long Live The Beard

Beards are definitely here to stay and the UK has embraced it f fantastically. Don’t throw out that razor just

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