Ray J Has No Shame; Hires Kim Kardashian Lookalike For “I Hit It First” Video

Ray J has been receiving a wealth of publicity over the release and subsequent promotion of his new single, “I Hit It First.” The song features lyrics that most critics claim make direct references to the rapper’s relationship with sex tape star Kim Kardashian, including the line “I had her head going north and her […]

SINGLE REVIEW: Jack White – Machine Gun Silhouette

Artist: Jack White Song: Machine Gun Silhouette Album: Blunderbuss Label: Third Man Records Yesterday, former White Stripes frontman Jack White released the second song to be heard off his forthcoming solo debut, Blunderbuss. We apologize for not bringing you a stream then, but you can now stream “Machine Gun Silhouette” by clicking below:

MOVIE REVIEW: The Theater Bizarre

Film: The Theater Bizarre Starring: Udo Kier, Virginia Newcomb, Amanda Marquardt Directed by: Various The last year has seen a rise in the number of horror anthologies being release and the latest, Image Entertainment’s Theater Bizarre, keeps things nice and weird. At the risk of setting hopes too high, it is clear from early on […]

MOVIE REVIEW: Coriolanus

Film: Coriolanus Starring: Ralph Fiennes, Gerard Butler Directed by: Ralph Fiennes A challenging, hardened film, Coriolanus marks the directorial debut of actor Ralph Fiennes. It is an adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s lesser-known plays about a Roman general forced from power who swears vengeance on those who cast him out of his home state. It’s […]

REVIEW: Anthony Green – Beautiful Things

Artist: Anthony Green Album: Beautiful Things Genre: Indie/Folk Label: Photo Finish In need of a creative outlet outside of his band Circa Survive Anthony Green recorded Avalon. The album was a warm, inviting record with a focus on a more acoustic, folk sound rather than Circa Survive’s bombastic indie rock sound. A little over four […]

REVIEW: The Saddest Landscape – After The Lights

Artist: The Saddest Landscape Album: After The Lights Genre: Hardcore/Screamo Label: Top Shelf On first listen it’s clear why Boston’s The Saddest Landscape are part of the Topshelf Records roster, they have an abrasive post-hardcore sound that doesn’t hold back. It’s also no surprise that their past releases include split EP’s with Pianos Become The […]

REVIEW: I Became The Hero – Long Forgotten

Artist: I Became The Hero Album: Long Forgotten Genre: Metalcore Label: unsigned I’m not a big fan of the cold, which of course begs the question, why did I think living in Boston was a good idea? Regardless, my time in the frigid north taught me that the best way to deal with the cold […]


Stand-Up Tuesdays is a weekly comedy spotlight written by the wonderfully talented Angie Frissore. Covering both known and unknown comics, Stand-up Tuesdays is your new source for all things funny. This week, Angie puts a spotlight on Will Noonan and his latest release, ¡Surpriso! If you or your comedy troupe would like to be featured on Stand-Up Tuesdays, please […]

MOVIE REVIEW: Some Guy Who Kills People

Film: Some Guy Who Kills People Starring: Kevin Corrigan Directed by: Jack Perez The double-edged sword of movie award season is and has always been the fact it shines a light on some, but not all of independent cinema’s brightest moments. Over the years, Hollywood has become better at recognizing and highlighting the efforts of […]

REVIEW: Young Empires – Wake All My Youth EP

Artist: Young Empires Album: Wake All My Youth EP Genre: ‘World Beat/Haute Rock’ Label: Pirates Blend Records/World Hoye Records Young Empires are extremely fond of their hipster triangles. Dare I say, it even makes their Facebook page look horribly unprofessional. However, we can overlook all that nonsense cos their music is genuinely gorgeous. Wake All […]

REVIEW: Dia Frampton – Red

Artist: Dia Frampton Album: Red Genre: Indie Label: Universal Republic I hadn’t heard the name Dia Frampton before this review, but I certainly won’t be forgetting it now. Red is a gorgeous collection of songs, quirky and fine with a very strong sense of self. Frampton’s pristine vocals steer an understated but faithful line of […]


Film: Shame Starring: Michael Fassbender Director: Steve McQueen One of the year’s most discussed titles, thanks partially to being branded with a NC-17 rating, Shame is a film unlike any other released in 2011. Directed by Steve McQueen and lead by the undeniably talented Michael Fassbender, the film offers audiences a candid look at the […]