• Misc
    The Top Films of 2013 – an Editorial by Mark Potter

    By Mark Potter. 2013 was, in my opinion, a great year for movies; so come with us now, faithful reader, as we look back at some of my personal highlights. Please note, however, that though some of these films were released in their native countries in the year preceding, this list is looking back – […]

  • Reviews
    Album Review – Crow Jane’s Debut, “Contradiction”

    By Jordan Mooney. As the new year is now rolling into full force after giving itself a hangover and sickness from an excessive pizza binge, we find ourselves getting increasingly busy and our feature requests becoming increasingly far flung! Today, we travel all the way to Spain, to review a new release from an equally […]

  • Interviews
    GRENOUER – Russian Metal meets Cat on the Wall

    By Jordan Mooney. Before we begin here, I feel it’s only write to point out that Cat on the Wall is not, and likely never will be, a metal ‘zine. We enjoy a bit of heavy music, certainly, but the metal scene is simply not where we’re founded or where we’re most comfortable. I had […]

  • Interviews
    Interview with Anna Bo

    by Jordan Mooney. The idea of being a wunderkind – of being a child prodigy, in the traditional sense, is rather an extraordinary concept to most of us. In the modern music industry, most of this sense of traditionalism or acclaim for gifted musicians at a young age is almost completely neglected (Unless, of course, […]

  • Interviews
    Jack Barnett Double Feature – ‘Keeping Time’ EP

    By Jordan Mooney. An acoustic EP is often a very complex little thing, for all of the simplicity you may find in the arrangements and numbers behind it – an acoustic guitar is a masterful little instrument, something that can carry a range of emotions. If you combine it with a particularly talented musician, somebody […]

  • Reviews
    Hallowe’en Horror Review – Hammer’s Phantom of the Opera

    By Michal Bajer Nightmares. Paranoia. Vampires. Phantoms. Presenting the Hammer Horror Collection.     The technicolor drips of blood seeping onto the crypt of Dracula was a diabolically grand way to introduce the world to a new breed of Gothic Horror at the cinema.     The masterminds who would spawn castles, nightmares and demons […]

  • Reviews
    Album Review: The People The Poet – The Narrator

    Review by Jordan Mooney. It’s fairly likely that very few of you will have heard of the band subject to my writing today. But you may well know them by their previous name. The People The Poet, originally known as Tiger Please, are one of those bands who humble themselves on the considerable talent they […]