– Written by Mollie M Elizabeth Campbell 09/09/2022 Born into arms of royalty, on that late April day, though the golden throne was not in sight, destiny rooted itself in the wings, awaiting a stage where lights would shine bright. Smiling warmly, small Lilibet grew, into a princess so grand, deep down everybody knew. WithContinue reading “‘Our friend Elizabeth’ “
By Mollie Campbell Yesterday, on May 24th, Bob Dylan turned 80 years old, and I thought it only fitting to publish an article celebrating his life, music, artistry and the relentless presence he has sown into the fabric of popular culture over the last 60 years. He is one of my favourite musicians, and hasContinue reading “As Bob Dylan turns 80, let us celebrate his life, music, and invigorating artistic integrity that has defined his career and inspired the minds of multiple generations.”
You will start to feel light once more, you will see the vibrant colours painted in each day, you will hear laughter again, you will find joy in things as you did before, within the calming stillness of a tranquil morning, the suspended glide of a bird in flight, or in the sun as it continues to rise and fall with each eternal breath it takes.
The Wilds is a surprisingly necessary, impactful and emotionally-complex journey that gracefully bobs along waves as deep as the waters that surround them.
We get to see through rose tinted glasses and travel to a time in which small town America was in the midst of a utopia, prices were lower, the roads smoother, soda sweeter, lawns greener and the sun shone brighter, America in its splendour.
By Mollie Campbell Whilst the back-catalogue of Johnny Cash is full of endless iconic songs and albums, the first thing that comes to my mind when thinking of the Man in Black is the album ‘At Folsom Prison’. Its zestful energy, the courage behind the creation, its indescribable infectious spirit…all results in a 45Continue reading “Johnny Cash ‘At Folsom Prison’ album review – how the record has stood the test of time, and why its legacy will never be diminished.”
By Mollie Campbell Network: Netflix Genre: Comedy, Drama, Coming-of-age, Horror Starring: Sophia Lillis, Wyatt Oleff, Kathleen Rose Perkins Rating: 8/10 *Contains Spoilers A funny, coming-of-age, show reminiscent of Carrie and Stranger Things. As soon as I started this show, and upon realising how short the episodes were, I knew I would devour it all inContinue reading “Netflix’s ‘I Am Not Okay with This’ – Season 1 Review”
By Mollie Campbell Kobe Bryant, more than just a basketball player. Kobe, Bean, Mamba, Black Mamba…a King among men. The first thing I picture when I think of Kobe Bryant is a 6’6’’man leaping gracefully into the air, gliding towards the golden ring that shaped his life, battling for the win, like a painting ofContinue reading “Remembering Kobe Bryant, how he shaped a generation and why the mamba mentality will stand the test of time.”
Bob Dylan’s timeless ‘Tangled up in Blue’. By Mollie Campbell Since getting a full time job, I have found it very difficult to find the time to even write blog posts, let alone post them. Now that I have found a good routine in terms of time management, I am hoping to start posting moreContinue reading “Bob Dylan’s timeless ‘Tangled up in Blue’.”
Album: Father of the Bride Band: Vampire Weekend Members: Ezra Koenig, Chris Tomson, Chris Baio Genre: indie-rock Rating: 8/10 Song Highlights: Harmony Hall, This Life, Bambina, Sympathy A new album after 6 years was always going to be a hard thing to achieve, making sure it was exactly what the band envisioned musically and artistically,Continue reading “Vampire Weekend ‘Father of the Bride’ – Album Review.”