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Reviews: He is the Law (sort of) – Scotland Yardie

Scotland Yardie, Bobby Joseph, Joseph Samuels, Knockabout Concise, spoiler-free review: insanely funny with a nice line in social commentary and multiple cultural references throughout. On and insanely funny. Yes, I know I said that already, but I haven’t laughed this much since I had a Space Hopper full of nitrous oxide to play with… Okay, a bit more detail, perhaps? When I first heard this book was in the works I really wasn’t sure what to expect at all, I knew very little [Read Entire Story]

Iceage – ‘Plowing Into The Field Of Love’

The Danish nihilists obliterate their past on brutal third album SOURCE: NME Reviews - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Bose’s best headphones are even better wireless

When it comes to headphones, it can sometimes be easy to forget about Bose. The company doesn't debut new models as frequently as the competition, choosing instead to focus on quality, comfort and its highly touted noise-canceling tech. Bose's previo... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

DriveClub Review

Look, we’ve gotta be honest; DriveClub isn’t a next-gen experience. If you were hoping for something completely new, completely original, completely innovative then DriveClub isn’t for you. It doesn’t mix up the racing genre at all, and is far too traditional when the likes of Need For Speed and Forza Horizon are opting for more open world, personal, exploratory modes of progression. But that doesn’t mean DriveClub isn’t a pretty good racing game. Certainly graphically it looks the part; the [Read Entire Story]

Review: Shambling Mirror of Fate Signals Time to Jam a Stake in Castlevania’s Heart

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow: Mirror of Fate brings the series back to Nintendo's portable systems, where it thrived for a decade, after a lengthy hiatus. Unfortunately, the game suffers from a single glaring problem: It's not very good.  SOURCE: 1UP RSS feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Zola Jesus – ‘Taiga’

Babra Streisand and James Blake meet on Nika Roza Danilova's gloomy fifth SOURCE: NME Reviews - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Peaking Lights – ‘Cosmic Logic’

The husband-and-wife duo return with a cleaner, funkier sound SOURCE: NME Reviews - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]