Get ready to meet the new Kiwi music duo that you’ll not only fall in love with; but surely will be scrambling to tell all your friends about as well… Broods aka Georgia and Caleb Nott, are a Nelson born and Auckland musically cultivated brother and sister who will no doubt be in the ears of many […]
y Kate “One Take Kate Splashing into your eardrums comes the delightful and welcomed Rimu and Roses by Supermodel; bringing a swag bag of 70s rock and starry eyed guitar and piano noodling to the party. I’m loathe to float comparisons to a band so magically ambitious in their own right, however it would be only fair […]
“Well, shut my mouth…boy can act”. I reckon this is exactly what Ron Woodruff would say on seeing Matthew McConaughey portray his own life events on screen, in the magnificently real, Dallas Buyers Club. The figure of Woodruff is etched with this Texan cockiness that would surely make him beam that one of Hollywood’s ‘hottest’ men; […]
After a completely stunning opener last night at the Compass BBVA Rising Stars Challenge match up; where TEAM HILL (142) took it out over TEAM WEBBER (136) in a clinic of fundamental skills and ultimately a game where viewers such as myself were left wondering if this really WAS a team predominantly of rookies and […]
I’m a big time NBA Basketball fan and I’m pleased to bringing my first NBA flavoured OTK post to you! I’ve been living in a Basketball wasteland after having to cut my ESPN connection to save some coin; and I’m yet to hook onto a NBA League Pass connection, which would allow me to see […]
by Kate “One Take Kate” Taylor. In my endless hunt for freelance writing opportunities; I recently participated in a Test Edit process for design magazine Urbis. Although I was unsuccessful with them on this occasion, I thought it would be a shame to waste the words; so below please find my copy on the assignment […]
What could be the relevance of themes now, for a title released by author Chuck Palahniuk in 1996 and adapted into a film directed by David Fincher in 1999? Plenty. Like most online reviews I’ve read for Fight Club, I’ve come to read the original text well after the screen adaptation’s success and I’m finding […]
Yip. I reviewed Device. I was actually pleasantly surprised by David Draiman’s range on this album. You can check out what else I thought about this self titled album on the Rip It Up website here.
A little review for metal masters Killswitch Engage – Disarm the Descent, which you can also see on the Rip It Up website here.
This is a review, currently on the Rip It Up website here; for a band I truly, truly love! It’s a lovely thing when as a reviewer, the wonders of review copies for bands you’re only partly familiar with before, become an obsession band for you after listening to them. I Love Kvelertak!