The Clearing (Mini Series Review)

From the 1950s into the 1990s the world experienced a rise in cults and/or the idea of cults. From The Manson Family, People’s Temple, Heaven’s Gate, to Children of God… clearly cults have always landed themselves a bad reputation. Australia’s The Family, operating from the ... Read More

Ne Obliviscaris – Exul (Album Review)

In the words of Forrest Gump, “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get.” Very true to life, in terms of delivering a top-notch, quality album of music in this unpredictable world, Ne Obliviscaris has done just that ... Read More

Midnight Oil – Resist (Album Review)

When you think of 1980s era Rock music with a cause, chances are U2 and Bruce Springsteen come to mind, but perhaps the most socially vocal of all was Australia’s Midnight Oil. Always wearing their feelings on their sleeves, songs like “Power and the Passion,” ... Read More