I am back with another Track by Track for something that is slightly different, in that I originally heard this album performed live before I heard it on CD.
It’s back. Welcome to Raise the Steaks; a series of posts whereby I review pubs and restaurants I eat in based on how good their steaks are. I have not done this in a while; as I’ve not really been going out to eat, and when I have, I haven’t really been having Steak. But tonight I did, and I went to The Trigger Pond, just on the outskirts of Warrington. Was it good? Well, let’s find out.
Music is subjective. Some people love to listen to mainstream pop music, while others prefer niche stuff, and that’s alright. I like to think that a good artist will write creative, and intuitive music. Bad artists write vapid and stupid music. It’s not clear cut though, and good artists can make some big duds.
Today, I went to Liverpool to watch the movie Spiderman Homecoming, in which we get a good spiderman in what I feel is a good movie, and I will tell you about it in my review. This review will contain spoilers for the movie, so don’t read until you have watched it. You have been warned.
This is perhaps one of the most unique Track by Tracks I have done in the 5 years that this blog existed. I will be reviewing an album made by a group of friends of mine. The Ominous made up of three of my school friends: Kieran, Liam (who I interviewed in my last post), Peter, and their bassist Ted (whom I have not met as of yet), have self-recorded and self-produced their debut album, Once Bitten.