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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes: Modern Ruin – Album Review

Two years after Blossom, Frank Carter (ex-Gallows frontman) & The Rattlesnakes have released their latest…

Dstrkt 6 12/01/17 @ Buyers Club

Dstrkt 6 Presented by Grime of the Earth was yet another supreme success from the…

Downfall – Film Review

Downfall (Der Untergang) is an account of the final weeks of the Third Reich. It…

I Will Be Nothing Without Your Love by The Ready Set – Album Review

Two years after The Bad & The Better, Jordan Mark Witzigreuter – better known as…

Masterpieces Every College Student Should Read

If you are about to go to college you may want to consider reading some,…

Thoughts on the Modern Folk Scene and the Mountain Goats

For those of you unfamiliar with the acoustic Folk scene of the past decade or…

An Open Secret: An Interview with Something You Whisper

Something You Whisper is a dark, post-hardcore five-piece from Cambridge, Ontario. Reminiscent of acts such…

5 Of the Scariest Video Games According To Some Nobody on the Internet

As Halloween looms in the distance an idea sprung to mind, an idea so absolutely…

The Weekly Retrospective: The Robert Glasper Experiment – Black Radio (2012)

Black Radio is the fifth release from hip hop producer and jazz pianist Robert Glasper,…

‘The Skinning Tree’ by Srikumar Sen

When I was approached by the editors of The Student Review to write a review…