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Rating Every Version of Mitski’s ‘Class of 2013’

9 January 2021

Music acts as both an emotional outlet for artists, and an emotional conductor for listeners. Though a lot of artists come close, Mitski is one of the only artists who can, without fail, make me feel something. I have a deep emotional connection with almost every single one of her songs, but there’s one that […]

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Review: What Chaos is Imaginary

8 January 2021

Girlpool is a rock duo from Los Angeles, California, formed by the two guitarists and bassists Avery Tucker and Harmony Tividad. What Chaos is Imaginary is their third studio album, released in 2019. The album reaches at concepts like getting older and still feeling young, going through physical changes, and learning to love the past […]

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Injustice 2 – No Blood, All Spandex

7 January 2021

This week, Morgan gets into the world of fighting games, most likely as a cry for help. Like any shut-in, cosplaying nerd, I love Batman. And I especially love how he always wants to be taken seriously. But once you see him campy-ing it up with Scooby-Doo in those bizarre 1960s crossover episodes, the scales […]

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A Night In Berlin – Ich Bin Ein Reviewer

4 January 2021

Morgan takes the plunge into the void of darkness that is the Steam store’s free-to-play page. Yeah, you’d better look grateful. I’m no clairvoyant. I’m sure I could be; all I’d need is a fancy headband and to swindle enough people out of their money in a cheap tent propped up on ice lolly sticks. […]

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Doom – Doom Or Bust

3 January 2021

This week, Morgan reviews the best-selling testosterone-ridden shoot ‘em up of 2016, in a misguided attempt to become the alpha male. Imagine my disappointment, readers. … Okay, that’s enough imagining, now to put it into words. Already I can feel the judgemental gaze of a few close associates on the back of my neck as […]

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Zombies – Brains! Or A Lack Thereof

2 January 2021

This week, Morgan reviews half of a seven-year-old game, in a last-ditch attempt to silence the homicidal urges. Envision a society that has collapsed in the most brutal way possible. A society overrun with blood, grime, chaos and shambling husks that were once human beings. But that’s enough about my last trip to Glasgow, let’s […]

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What to Watch: Rebecca

17 December 2020

Okay, confession time – I haven’t seen the Hitchcock adaptation of Rebecca. Worse still, I haven’t even read Daphne de Maurier’s original (and much beloved) source novel. I know, it’s shameful. And my ignorance is not for lack of interest either: a gothic ghost story; a sinister housekeeper; scandals; secrets, and shipwrecks – it’s everything […]

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Bioshock 2 – Do Drugs, Kids

25 November 2020

Morgan continues using The Record as an outlet for his impotent rage, as the March lockdown didn’t satisfactorily isolate him from society.   Much like the weird smelly kid your mum forces you to be friends with, I tend to avoid Bioshock 2, and judging by the way the game constantly crashed every five minutes, […]

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Review: Theory of Love

23 November 2020

“Theory Of Love” is another Thai BL series that I discovered during isolation. Aired from June until August 2019, the show follows the story of Third, a third-year film major and his close friends, Khai, Bone and Two. For almost three years, Third has had a huge crush on Khai but is not brave enough […]

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Bioshock: Who Lives In A Dystopia Under The Sea?

20 November 2020

Morgan continues using The Record as his own personal venting outlet, just to show them. To show them all. As our world seems to grow ever closer to biological, ecological and nuclear disaster, you see many normal people like you and me taking courageous steps to improve our worsening situation. There’s you, leading protests against […]

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