Author: YAMMag Guest


Nina Sky – The Other Side

Nina Sky are now bobbing their new pixie cuts and rolling with the New York indie hip-hop scene. Do they still hold up against their classic grindfest, Move Ya Body?


Pigeon Detectives, The – Up, Guards and at ‘Em!

Up, Guards and at ‘Em!, the third album by Leeds-based The Pigeon Detectives, is a fairly underwhelming record with no memorable moments to make it worthwhile. With strong competition in the post punk revival/guitar rock scene, The Pigeon Detectives need to step up their game if they want to stay relevant.


Human League, The – Credo

Credo, The Human League’s latest release, is a trip back to the days of cheerful synthpop, keytars and ugly haircuts -– the good old 80s. It is a venture back to their comfort zone, a blast from the past with slight notes of contemporary electronica and an upbeat attitude.


Peep World

Peep World is a dysfunctional family comedy about how the naked truth can mend inevitable familial discontent.


Radiohead – The King of Limbs

Radiohead is back, groovier than ever. Long gone are the melancholic days of The Bends, or the experimentalism of Kid A. This time, Thom Yorke and pals have taken on the challenge of making a glitchy, sample-filled dubstep album. Successfully? You be the judge.


Keizoku 2: SPEC

Keizoku 2 follows two detectives, ill-suited to each other with the uptight and uncommunicative Sebumi clashing with the slobbish genius Toma, trying to track down criminals with supernatural abilities.


Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

Never Say Never is a good movie that could have been a great film. It was a pop culture exploitation, a fascinating exploration of the pop idol psyche, and the way that modern technology affects the time-honored tradition of teeny bop worship.