Starting off with a song that will surely leave you stomping your feet, Futurelight’s EP is the type of musical package that keeps it short and sweet yet satisfying. With the band’s music being described as a mix between The Who, Arctic Monkeys and Franz Ferdinand, it is not hard to imagine the band playing in big arenas with the kind of sound they are carrying.Read More
Gladiators: Call of Arena from Zhao Haoyang is an action strategy game that takes you back to the time of the gladiators in ancient Rome. Here you’ll need to pick and train heroes to help you become the most powerful gladiator. For a mobile game it’s quite challenging as you’ll need to fine tune their skills and get more equipment to help then.Read More
Revamp your playlist with some fresh rock Americana crafted by the six-piece brotherhood from Knoxville, Tennessee—The Dirty Guv’nahs. Independently released in March 2014, Hearts on Fire is a big stepping stone for what Boston Globe refers to as “a fiercely soulful band.” The hefty eleven-track collection made waves as it hit no.1 on the Billboard New Artist Chart, a feat only a few newcomers can achieve. Read More
Google Sky Maps uses your phone’s orientation tools to give you an accurate representation of the stars and planets on your screen. Point your phone at the sky, then learn what constellations are visible.
It uses a combination of GPS, compass and accelerometer technology, allowing you to navigate the night sky and find stars and constellations (even from inside as you lay in your bed at night).Read More
Chronology: Time Changes Everything from Osao is a puzzle platformer that makes great use of time travel, something that’s not properly used in many puzzle games. You control the Snail and the Inventor, switching between when required and together they have to solve a number of very interesting and challenging puzzles.Read More
Billy Wallace and the Virginia Blues is spearheaded by well, Billy Wallace. Oftentimes, he’s joined by various musicians to create his beautiful sound but his usual comrades on stage include Matt Hemingway, Tim Colina and Alex Frederick.
Expect TheRead More