Musings on ‘Goodbye’ – A review of The Last Cry’s new album. (release date September 2016) For over a year now, fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of The Last Cry’s third album (since they re-formed in 2007). The follow-up to ‘Walking to The Edge’ and ‘Living in Grey’. The album has been somewhat […]Read more "Musings on ‘Goodbye’ – Album review"
With exams coming up this month, I’ve been hitting the books hard so blogging has had to take a back-seat. (Sorry!) However, I was determined to start 2016 off with some gig action so I took a night off and headed in to Fibbers to see Cure tribute band, Fire In Cairo. I’ve see FIC […]Read more "Gig review: Fire In Cairo, Fibbers, 8th Jan 2016"
It’s fair to say that most Goths like art of some shape or form. We tend to gravitate towards the dark, the macabre, the compelling. Works that are beautiful for unconventional reasons or that are just a trifle unsettling. That’s our thing. Gallery X has all of this and more. A relatively new venue situated […]Read more "Things to do in Dublin when you’re goth: Gallery X"
‘The Broken Toys’ is the second album from Bad Pollyanna and has been eagerly awaited by their dedicated fans. Released on the 1st December, I downloaded it today and I have to say, it’s everything I expected and more. A worthy follow-up to their debut album ‘Monstrous Child’. Bad Pollyanna are born storytellers when it […]Read more "Album review: Bad Pollyanna – ‘The Broken Toys’"