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Amazon Last Minute Christmas Sale Save Big On Tech After Black Friday

It's not too late to pick up tech gifts from Amazon. It's Last Minute Christmas Deals sale has discounts across smart home, laptops, monitors, speakers and other gadgets.

Mariah Carey - Caution Music Album Reviews

On her 15th album, the R&B singer celebrates her ultimate-diva status by sticking to her core pop-soul aesthetic, despite collaborators like Poo Bear, Dev Hynes, and Skrillex.
Mariah Carey is synonymous with grandiosity, whether she’s showing off her five-octave vocal range, arriving on the stage of Caesar’s Palace via Jet Ski, strenuously denying her knowledge of Jennifer Lopez, or simply sighing “dah-ling” in a way that only a diva could. That penchant for over-the-topness can be a blessing or a curse, but it’s always been there, whether it was used to propel “All I Want for Christmas Is You” to holiday-season ubiquity or to drag the 12th season of “American Idol” into a morass of Nicki Minaj-directed snippiness.

Songs Ohia - Love & Work The Lioness Sessions Music Album Reviews

On this installment in a series of expanded reissues from the vaults of the late Jason Molina, love songs with raw nerves document a tender, transitional period in his career.
Released in the early weeks of 2000, The Lioness stands as Jason Molina’s purest transmission on matters of the heart. It’s not just that the world is ending or that death seems promised with every passing minute, as was often the case on many of his essential records. There’s also this look he keeps getting from someone he really cares about. He’s not only affected by it; he’s “thrashed by the truth of your eyes.” And when it’s time for Molina to define exactly how he feels, he tells us in his wounded, earnest tenor, “Being in love means you are completely broken.” He sustains the mood throughout The Lioness, and he intends for us to feel that way, too.

Apple Patents New AirPods Design

Apple has been awarded a patent for a new generation of AirPods that could feature biometric sensors and the ability to be used in either ear.
It’s been a while since the AirPods came out in 2016 and they’re still selling like hot cakes. At £159.00 they’re certainly not cheap but seem to be a firm favourite with consumers. Our own review praised the sound quality and amount of features included, but if you're not an Apple user then we've gathered the best alternatives to AirPods right here.

2019 Mercedes-Benz A Class Review

Mercedes takes a second aim at an entry-level sedan with the A-Class, and this time hits closer to the mark.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class splits the brand’s compact sedan lineup in two. The A-Class offers the looks of a more traditional sedan, while the carryover CLA-Class has the swoopier lines of a coupe-like sedan. It is offered in just one trim level called A220, though high-performance A35 and A45 models are in the works.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Release Date & Specs

The Snapdragon 855 has 3x the AI performance of the 845 and will enable portrait mode in HDR 4K video.
At its annual Tech Summit, this year held in Hawaii, Qualcomm unveiled its next-generation smartphone chip, the Snapdragon 855. It is the first to offer 5G and will be in many of the 2019 flagships from Samsung, OnePlus, Google and other phone manufacturers.

Samsung 860 QVO Review

As SATA SSDs go the Samsung 860 QVO is a fine, but hardly revolutionary design. It might sport new 4-bit NAND memory modules, but the performance and price combination won’t be turning any heads.
Should I Buy The Samsung 860 QVO?
As is stands, there's no hugely compelling reason to buy the 860 QVO over rival SSDs - even Samsung's own.
Moving to the new tech was supposed to be more cost-effective but that doesn't seem to be the case. Performance is great but this drive will be far more appealing when the larger 2- and 4TB capacities and arrive and prices drop a little.

Aunt Judy’s Creamy Cheesecake

This Creamy Cheesecake is always a huge hit and is the perfect make-ahead dessert for your next holiday party. Baked Cheesecake is one of those desserts that seems difficult to make, but it’s really not. I’ll share all the tips to make this recipe a breeze.

Tyler, the Creator - Music Inspired by Illumination & Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch EP Music Album Reviews

Tyler, the Creator goes green.
Tyler, the Creator has a somewhat weird relationship with Christmas. He released his debut mixtape, Bastard, on Christmas Day in 2009. He was arrested at Odd Future’s Christmas show for destroying equipment in 2011. It would be inaccurate to say he was ever Christmas averse (they were, ultimately, having Christmas shows), but he did write a song called “Fuck Santa.” Odds were likely against a rapper who once snarled, “If you’re the gift from God then I’m the Christmas wrap from Satan,” on a song called “Fuck This Christmas,” soundtracking an animated Grinch movie.

Grapetooth - Grapetooth Music Album Reviews

These synth-pop goofs attempt to translate the fun of their intoxicating stage show into their debut record, but they mostly make effortlessness seem insincere.
No other band on the planet may be having more fun right now than Grapetooth, the duo of Twin Peaks guitarist Clay Frankel and producer Chris Bailoni, or Home-Sick. During the last year, the Chicago synth-pop goofs have waved katanas out of convertibles, misused a moped, and played sold-out shows that often resemble stampedes and sometimes involve haircuts. But you know what’s not so fun? Scrapping a bad song idea, making a good song even better, or questioning what songs are strong enough for a livewire concert but may not work so well on an album. Grapetooth’s ostensible reluctance to do just that means that their self-titled debut for Polyvinyl is actually not so fun to hear.

teddy ♡ - LillyAnna Music Album Reviews

On her solo debut as teddy♡, the veteran songwriter turns from writing hits for Shawn Mendes and One Direction to establishing her own voice.
In the mid-’00s, Teddy Geiger was a somewhat reluctant member of a group of artists that also included Jesse McCartney and Ryan Cabrera. Some came from boy bands, others from reality TV—Geiger got her start on a show searching for a “new Partridge family”—but their music was much the same: exceedingly soft pop-rock that seemed made less for arenas than rom-coms or the soapy likes of “Laguna Beach.” (The video for Geiger’s biggest hit, “For You I Will (Confidence),” starred a then-A-list Kristin Cavallari.) It wasn’t a particularly remarkable run, nor did Geiger like it much—“I didn’t connect to what was happening on radio with singer-songwriter stuff at the time,” she told Rolling Stone—and after a couple sporadic forays into acting, she retired to pursue songwriting more to her own taste. Some of those songs would end up recorded by the 2010s’ c…

Orbitsound M12 Soundbar Review

Orbitsound's M12 is exactly what you would expect a soundbar to look like, but it has a nifty trick up its sleeve. Here's our Orbitsound M12 Soundbar review.
Should I Buy The Orbitsound M12 Soundbar?
There's a lot to like about the Orbitsound M12. It's a nicely designed and good-looking piece of kit. There's a good range of features including the wireless subwoofer and built-in Bluetooth. Sound quality is also decent and the way it fills a room with 'spatial sound' is unique. It all comes at a price, though.

Cranberry-Lime Cheesecake

One bite of this light and airy cranberry-lime cheesecake recipe and it will become your go-to recipe for dessert. Part-skim ricotta cheese adds a delicate texture and stands in for some of the higher-fat cream cheese. Be sure to use a large, wide piece of heavy-duty foil to wrap the pan—the foil helps prevent water from seeping into the cake as it bakes.

2019 Nissan Kicks Review

The 2019 Nissan Kicks’ expressive styling masks its economy-car bones.
The 2019 Nissan Kicks proves that basic motoring doesn’t have to be boring. Splitting the difference between subcompact hatchback and crossover SUV, the 2019 Kicks is a full-flavored small car that offers a lot of features for the money.
It’s lighter on refinement than tech, however, which explains its 5.2 out of 10 rating.

Yoyotech BlackBox SP Review

Black in name but the opposite in colour, we review the BlackBox SP gaming PC from Yoyotech.
Should I Buy The Yoyotech BlackBox SP? If you love bright, pulsing lights with customisable colours, then the YoyoTech BlackBox SP has got your name written all over it. If you love high-performance gaming, you’ll also enjoy the overclocked Intel CPU, Nvidia graphics and NVMe storage which combine to deliver superb performance for your money.

Chillblast Fusion Juggernaut 2080 Review

The Chillblast Fusion Juggernaut 2080 is pricier than the competition, but it justifies the extra cost with a high-quality overclocked CPU, faster gaming speeds and good components elsewhere. That means you’ll be able to handle games and productivity software with more pace and versatility – and inside a case that’s smart, eye-catching and well-built.
Should I Buy The Chillblast Fusion Juggernaut 2080? This Chillblast gaming PC lives up to its name with excellent all-round performance, including comfortable framerates at 4K resolution and Ultra detail.
It's more expensive than the competition but it's not an outrageous price if you stick to the base spec which we reviewed. You'll be future proofing yourself so it's an investment. We have only minor complaints here.

Lil Tracy - Sinner EP Music Album Reviews

The young rapper’s typically erratic nature is missing from latest EP, instead he is just is hurried and sluggish.
The internet is special, not just because our entire lives revolve around it, but because Lil Tracy is allowed to exist there without much question. Online, Tracy has gone through the gauntlet of erratic name changes like Yung Bruh, Lil Tracy, Tracy, Tracy Minaj, then back to Lil Tracy. He once threatened on Twitter to shoot up his own concert, which was subsequently shut down by the NYPD; Tracy was then placed under psychiatric evaluation for a week. And whenever his loyal fanbase plead for new music, he normally responds by purposely giving them the songs they least desire, like when he dropped his country-rap track, “Like a Farmer”—which of course, became one of Tracy’s signature tracks. Tracy is a hip-hop personality who works best when he’s at his most confusing, which is why a straightforward EP like Sinner falls flat.

Funeral Chic - Superstition Music Album Reviews

These belligerent North Carolinians epitomize the crossover vitriol of metal and punk in 2018 and help signal the crucially political personality of their label.
A Southern drawl opens Superstition, the second album from North Carolina metalpunk upstarts Funeral Chic: “I got your melancholy, baby,” snarls someone in the studio. And then, a chaos and a relentlessness leave no question that Funeral Chic sport the mark of the devil. Funeral Chic’s sound is a snarling summary of extreme metal in 2018, a menacing hodgepodge of blackened crust, hardcore punk, and putrid black’n’roll. This particular recipe of unholy crossover has been steadily gaining ground, thanks to Prosthetic Records and a handful of like-minded labels that have all embraced it with gusto, from Halo of Flies and Alerta Antifascista to Southern Lord. Funeral Chic is a perfect distillation, a rare beast that could just as easily open for Mayhem in a big rock club as headline an anarchist squat in Berlin. They’d probably fe…

Mumford & Sons - Delta Music Album Reviews

Having shed the beardy affect and folksy shuffle, the band could now slip mostly unnoticed between Imagine Dragons and twenty one pilots, but their newly palatable sound could really use more quirks.
Modern rock isn’t dead—it’s just weightless. Save for the occasional nostalgia act attempting to rattle the terra firma, most radio-ready bands in the ailing musical genre have recently ditched the riffs for glassy keyboards, echo-soaked percussion, and vocal affectations as wispy as the white trail of an e-cigarette. Even Arctic Monkeys—a band that spent much of the past 16 years wielding six-stringed weapons with such old-fashioned macho swagger that they dressed up like goddamn greasers to promote 2013’s AM—have packed up their guitars and launched themselves into zero gravity, lunar taquerías and all.

DDPai X2 Pro Review

A review of the DDPai X2 Pro dash cam which records both front- and rear-facing views from your car.
Should I Buy The DDPai X2 Pro? The X2 Pro is well designed and one of the most convenient and easy-to-use dash cams around. It’s great for quickly downloading clips to your phone and sharing them, a task that’s hard on most rivals. However, it’s expensive - you could buy two decent 1080p dash cams for less - and isn’t available locally in the UK, which means you’ll pay extra for import duty.

Vanilla Candy Cane Peppermint Bars 2

These festive bars are easy to make for a cookie swap or holiday treats for friends and family.
Nutrition profile Dairy-FreeNut-FreeSoy-FreeDiabetic AppropriateHeart HealthyLow SodiumVegetarian

Christmas Tree Chocolate Mousse Cups

You will need just 10 minutes to prepare these cute Christmas tree chocolate mousse cups. Bring the holiday spirit with these creamy and delicious mousse cups that your family will adore! Here is the recipe:

2019 Audi A6 Review

The 2019 Audi A6 is a mid-size luxury sedan that skips flash and fast for a comfortable ride with an understated exterior.
The 2019 Audi A6 occupies the middle better than Joe DiMaggio on a sunny day. The Yankee Clipper and Audi mid-size skipper also have similar levels of public restraint, unfazed by stars among their ranks.
The Audi A6 is new this year and splits the difference in Audi’s sedan lineup—between the more popular A4 and more opulent A8. The A6 is also kin to the shaplier A7 that attracts more eyeballs, but not as many buyers with a stiff premium over the regular four-door.

Asus ROG STRIX XG27VQ Review

The Asus ROG STRIX XG27VQ treads a fine line between showmanship and useful functionality. The beautiful styling and head-turning details would be merely a veneer, if Asus hadn't got a very impressive display to mount inside this beast.
Should I Buy The Asus ROG STRIX XG27VQ?
There are marginally cheaper 144Hz capable screens than this one, but they won't have the same visual impact as this one will create on your desk. Admittedly some of the more glitzy features aren't well considered, but you can deactivate them if they annoy.
There's a price implication to having such lovely looking hardware, but the Asus ROG STRIX XG27VQ does deliver on numerous other technical levels, somewhat cushioning that financial blow.

Thinkware F800 Pro Review

The F800 Pro bundle includes a front and rear dash cam, a hardwire kit and speed camera locations. Here's our review.
Should I Buy The Thinkware F800 Pro?
The F800 Pro provides a complete package with front and rear cameras, a good parking mode and plenty of safety features. It's a little on the expensive side considering it only records at 1080p, but overall, it does a fine job.

The Smashing Pumpkins - Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 LP No Past. No Future. No Sun. Music Album Reviews

The legends of ’90s alt-rock have reunited only to bring this puzzling, indecisive husk of an album into the world.
The Smashing Pumpkins have reunited—mostly. They are playing sold-out reunion dates—mostly. And, to hear frontman Billy Corgan, guitarist James Iha, and drummer Jimmy Chamberlin say it, at least they are getting along. Mostly. If you grew up loving the Smashing Pumpkins—say, if you purchased a suitcase full of Corgan’s B-sides in your youth, voluntarily parting with money to listen to something called “Pastichio Medley” —and wish to retain faint, vestigial warm feelings regarding their reunion, then please walk away, briskly, from Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun. There is nothing for you here. There is, in fact, almost nothing here at all.

Marianne Faithfull - Negative Capability Music Album Reviews

At the age of 71, the British singer who helped define rock-star redemption shares gorgeous and vulnerable self-portraits, shaped by an ace backing band that sometimes includes Nick Cave.
Near the start of Marianne Faithfull’s 21st studio album, Negative Capability, the legendary singer beckons the audience toward her. “Gather ’round closely/Take in my words,” she seems to say above gentle acoustic guitar and sumptuous piano. Applying classic literature to song with her poet’s pen, this 11-track record illuminates her most personal fears and desires with an intimacy she’s never before offered. From teenage British pop star to half of a rock’n’roll power couple, from junkie tragedy to elder stateswoman, Faithfull reopens old wounds and offers poignant meditations on loneliness, love, death, and regret here. “Everything passes/Everything changes/There’s no way to stay the same,” she concedes on “No Moon in Paris.” There’s been little sense to this life of Faithfull’s, but it’s been one h…

ALLBLACKKenny Beats - 2 Minute Drills EP Music Album Reviews

The rising Oakland rapper and the Connecticut-raised beatmaker team up for a short and ridiculously fun tape about football, talking shit, pimping, and more football.
Not everyone can discover new ways to say they’re going to beat somebody’s ass, but Oakland’s ALLBLACK never has an issue. There’s a point on 2 Minute Drills, his collaborative project with the inescapable Kenny Beats, where ALLBLACK is fed up with the haters in his DMs and aggressively sends out this threat: “Stay the fuck out of my DMs and quit stalkin’ my page/Before my kids Whip and Nae Nae on your fuckin’ face.” The visual of ALLBLACK not caring enough to handle the business himself, but sticking his kids on his critics, to hit moves from a Silentó music video on their dome, is the type of creativity that makes rap threats a treasure. And while 2 Minute Drills isn’t about ALLBLACK sending shots, the line is indicative of a rapper taking standard Bay Area hip-hop and making it all his own.

Little Dragon - Lover Chanting EP Music Album Reviews

On their first-ever EP, the Swedish dance-pop band again aim for escapism while failing to realize that the format offers a chance for exactly that.
Little Dragon have long seen their sounds as a way out of reality. “Our aim is to make music for people to escape into,” drummer Erik Bodin told Spin in 2011, when the Swedish four-piece released their third album, Ritual Union. That mission statement summarizes a decade-plus of snappy synth-pop throwbacks, none of which have quite eclipsed the success of the group’s 2010 guest turn on Gorillaz’s Plastic Beach. Still, even without any hits of their own, Little Dragon have, across five albums, built a body of work largely catchy and generally upbeat enough to earn a respectable following and soundtrack trips to the shopping mall.

Hot Cinnamon Hard Candy

Hot Cinnamon Hard Candy just screams Christmas cheer! We always get so many compliments when we make this recipe. I’ll share Top 10 tips for making Cinnamon Candy. And don’t forget it makes a wonderful gift.

Ecovacs Deebot N79S Review

Not all robot vacuum cleaners cost the earth but a cheaper model like the Ecovacs Deebot N79S comes with its downsides.
Should I Buy The Ecovacs Deebot N79S?
The Ecovacs Deebot N79S is a more affordable robot vacuum cleaner than many which immediately makes it attractive.
While it’s got some handy elements such as a remote control and Alexa support, the overall features and performance are basic. We’d like more cleaning power, especially on carpets, and the way it navigates can easily leave areas untouched.

2019 BMW X6 Review

The 2019 BMW X6 pioneered the sloped-roof SUV segment and maintains high quality and performance, but it’s showing its age.
The 2019 BMW X6 is the original coupe-like SUV, and love it or hate it, it’s here to stay. Based on its fraternal twin, the X5, the 2019 X6 is still a year away from a total redesign like its more practical sibling. The current X6 still represents the funky, less utilitarian, and curiously more expensive option. We give it a 6.0 out of 10 overall for strong engine options but a hefty price tag and limited utility.

Vorwerk Kobold VR300 Review

At nearly £1000, does the VR300 offer enough to justify the purchase when you can pick up a robot vac for £100s less? Find out in our Vorwerk Kobold VR300 review
Should I Buy The Vorwerk Kobold VR300?
It’s expensive, but the Kobold VR300 provides an impressive vacuuming experience that we think could rival that of a conventional vacuum cleaner, but it’s not as smart as some rivals – yet. The low-profile design, upgraded SLAM technology and D-shape design allow the VR300 to safely navigate around obstacles and reach every last nook and cranny.

Google Chromecast 2018 Review

It's been three years but the new Google Chromecast for 2018 isn't very different, and in some ways it's worse. Read our review to find out why.
Should I Buy The Google Chromecast (2018)? The Chromecast for 2018 is an odd one, not least because Google barely announced the device even existed.
On the one hand it’s still one of the best cheap media streaming devices you can get that’s hassle free and easy to use. However, it’s not really any different to the last one so there’s no need to upgrade plus there are some better rivals out there at a similar price.

Objekt - Cocoon Crush Music Album Reviews

With his second album, Berlin’s TJ Hertz leaves techno behind in favor of hyperreal sound design charged with a narrative sensibility.
Objekt’s Cocoon Crush opens on a lonely riff with a curious sonic character, part pan flute and part mandolin. Though likely electronic, it’s clearly meant to suggest the realm of acoustic instrumentation, where the quality of the tone produced depends upon things like fingertips, lips, and breaths. Pizzicato strings, wooden mallets, birdsongs, and gurgling water join, but it’s difficult to differentiate between the “real” and the synthetic. This enigmatic mixture is a shot across electronic music’s bow, one launched from a catapult deep in the uncanny valley. In the same way that the glistening ambient sketch “Agnes Revenge” announced the digital palette of the Berlin-based producer TJ Hertz’s debut album, Flatland, these exotic sounds, so strange in their familiarity, prime us for the acoustic inspirations of Cocoon Crush.

Charles Bradley - Black Velvet Music Album Reviews

A year after the soul singer’s death, the label that gave him a third chance collects his stray tracks, shaping a showcase for his incredible versatility.
Charles Bradley lucked into the kind of third act that few people could ever imagine. His early years were filled with neglect and poverty, buoyed by his discovery of James Brown when he was 14. As an adult, he drifted back and forth across North America, working odd jobs and singing on the side. In 2002, Bradley finally happened to be in the right place at the right time—in New York City, just as Daptone’s retro-soul empire began to rise. Bradley heard about Daptone’s success with Sharon Jones, another singer specializing in soul from another era. He was in his mid-50s and moonlighting as a James Brown impersonator named “Black Velvet,” one of many monikers he used in service of his JB tribute. Bradley introduce himself to Daptone co-founder Gabriel Roth, who heard something within that gravelly rasp. He signed Bradley to Daptone, l…

The Men - Hated 2008-2011 Music Album Reviews

This 10th-anniversary collection gathers loose tracks from the band’s first four years, as they explored disparate genres and song structures amid the bedlam.
“This group is an open forum for anything,” the Men’s Nick Chiericozzi told Pitchfork in a 2012 interview. At the time, the singer/guitarist was speaking to the stylistic eclecticism of the band’s third album, Open Your Heart, the record where the Brooklyn quartet first embraced the idea that the most punk thing a punk band can do is not sound “punk.” They had added a permanent lap steel player; before long, they were making records in the woods and hiring horn sections. While they’re not immune to the odd noisy regression these days, the band’s 2018 album, Drift, presents another open forum, floating between goth-soul serenades and psych-folk serenity.

Charles Mingus - Jazz in Detroit / Strata Concert Gallery / 46 Selden Music Album Reviews

A newly discovered live document from 1973 finds the bassist emerging from a hiatus and negotiating a tradition he helped build with the “new thing” he helped inspire but often doubted.
By all accounts, including his own, Charles Mingus was a difficult man. Over a four-decade career that tracked and helped precipitate jazz’s evolution from swing through bebop and the avant-garde toward a broadly defined and omnivorous form, the virtuoso bassist and legendary bandleader talked a volatile game, played it like he walked it, and composed with an emotional immediacy that reflected no one else. Mingus transcended the simplistic timelines of popular jazz history, not only because their definitions of his role are restrictive but also because his rhetoric and sound often contradicted one another. Of all the storylines that Jazz in Detroit, a newly discovered document of a February 1973 gig, offers, how Mingus’ internal creative conflicts produced gloriously oversized music is the mightiest.

Air Fryer Crispy Bacon

It’s so easy to make Crispy Bacon in the Air Fryer. It only takes 10-15 minute to get even thick bacon to crisp up. And there’s no standing over the stove or dodging popping grease with this Air Fryer Crispy Bacon.

Bose Solo Review - Lack Of Inputs Makes Solo And Average Soundbar

Styled like a set-top box, the Bose Solo will improve the sound from your TV. Here's our Bose Solo review.
Should I Buy The Bose Solo?
The Bose Solo will certainly provide better sound than your flat TV. However, it can do little else thanks to a lack of inputs. Add in the non-adjustable sound and a reasonably high price and it's an average soundbar.

Pavlovas With Cranberry-Ginger Sauce

This healthy, gluten-free dessert has everything—crisp-on-the-outside, gooey-inside meringue base, whipped cream, tart cranberry sauce and toasted nuts. Plus, you can make everything ahead of time, then simply assemble and serve.

2019 Alfa Romeo 4C Review

If you’re looking for Italian performance and character at a (somewhat) reasonable price, look no further than the 2019 Alfa Romeo 4C. Just don’t expect to be particularly comfortable.
The 2019 Alfa Romeo 4C is a snorting, lightweight sports car that shares an ethos with thoroughbred Italian supercars from Ferrari and Lamborghini. Though the coupe model is gone for 2019, we like the open-roof 4C Spider better anyways, and award the mid-engine Alfa at 5.8 out of 10 overall.

Asher Movie Review

A Pretty Good Perl
Is there an actor who appears on-screen more than Ron Perlman? He currently has 243 acting credits listed on IMDb. He's usually a tough guy of some sort and it's hard not to think of him in that way. My personal favorite film of his is Bunraku even though not many, if any, agree with me.
He is the title character in "Asher" and he is once again someone you don't want to cross paths with if he has any reason to wish you harm, but he's not a bad man. He's just doing his job. His job just happens to be that of a professional hitman.

Y-Cam Evo Review

This diminutive security camera does just about everything right, and offers free cloud recording. Here's our Y-Cam Evo review.
Should I Buy The Y-Cam Evo?
The Evo is a good all-round indoor home security camera you can buy thanks to a combination of hardware, software and the free seven-day cloud recording. Just note this now lasts for 12 months.

Hannspree HG324QJB Review

The Hannspree HG324QJB combines a little showmanship with solid specification for those that want to enhance their gaming experience without paying through the nose.
Should I Buy The Hannspree HG324QJB? If you can forgive the lack of a USB hub, and speakers that make sounds like two cans and a piece of string, and the sloppy documentation then this is a terrific gaming monitor. It looks great for starters then offers excellent colours and contrast, and LED illumination and a stand that enables full rotation.

Anderson .Paak - Oxnard Music Album Reviews

The rapping, singing, and drumming polymath approaches the funk canon from a rap perspective, offering a wide-angle portrait of Los Angeles’ hedonistic landscape.
With its languid pace and sunstruck mix of hedonism and tragedy, Los Angeles has always had a powerful and enduring relationship with funk music. The onset of G-funk in the ‘90s channeled the whining synthesizer experiments of Zapp and Parliament Funkadelic into something sepulchral and nihilistic and, in doing so, defined parameters for L.A. Funk. And now, you can hear Parliament-by-way-of-Dr. Dre in the music of Thundercat, Dâm-Funk, Terrace Martin, and Dre’s own Aftermath Records artist, Anderson Paak.

Trippie Redd - A Love Letter to You 3 Music Album Reviews

The Atlanta rapper showcases the benefits of refining a long-running aesthetic while also revealing its main limitation: the looming sense that things are getting a bit stale.
In the video for “Topanga,” Trippie Redd is dressed as an irreverent pastor, singing about his ability to save his damsel and tote guns. He’s not the kind of vicar to pass around the collection plate; there are pentagrams and animal skulls dispersed throughout. He levitates menacingly, his hair’s an angry shade of crimson, there’s a green serpent here as well. Neat!

Wume - Towards the Shadow Music Album Reviews

Channeling krautrock’s philosophical legacy along with its repetitive grooves, the Baltimore duo’s second album aims for nothing less than political and personal liberation.
The German groups of the early ’70s that came to be called krautrock formed in an era of political instability. They sought to transcend capitalism’s everyday oppression, and their country’s fascist past, in expansive sounds aimed at personal and political emancipation. The Baltimore duo Wume—a reference to Wümme, the hometown of the German group Faust—draw heavily on that legacy. Their blissfully mechanistic, repetitive music is an impressive amalgamation of the array of sounds pioneered by a number of trailblazing German groups.

Senyawa - Sujud Music Album Reviews

In a departure from the airier meditations of 2017’s Brønshøj (Puncak), the Indonesian duo’s Sublime Frequencies debut explores an earthy fusion of doom and folk metal.
Senyawa’s music rises from the belly of the beast and crawls out of its gaping maw. Each wail, drone, and plucked guitar string from the experimental Indonesian duo evokes the feeling of deep-set hunger; every sound contributes to the tension. Instrumentalist Wukir Suryadi and vocalist Rully Shabara delight in exploiting this powerful sense of yearning, employing a spectrum of emotional registers—in one moment hushed despondence and in another punishing solemnity. When the spell finally breaks, what follows is all the more compelling because of the delayed release.

Bean Pot Chicken Enchiladas

Bean Pot Chicken Enchiladas are a tasty Mexican meal made with Salsa Chicken, Fritos corn chips, and lots of yummy cheese. And it all cooks up in 8 minutes in your microwave oven. Can your weeknight dinner get any easier?

Clara's Ghost Movie Review

Strife Spirit
The Elliott clan has been in showbiz for a long time. Scion Bob Elliot was part of the legendary comedy team of Bob and Ray, his son Chris Elliott made a name for himself as a supporting player on Late Night with David Letterman before segueing into a lengthy career as a quirky character actor, and Chris's daughter Abby Elliott appeared for several seasons on Saturday Night Live. The family's incisive insider knowledge of the entertainment industry provides a compelling backdrop for "Clara's Ghost," the new film from Bridey Elliot, an actress and neophyte director who's taken the interesting if obvious tack of casting her father as her father, her sister as her sister, and yes, her mother as her mother in this comedy/drama/horror hybrid about a possible haunting.
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