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The Purposeful Life and Death of Unus Annus

Memento Mori, Unus Annus. Remember death, one year. These words are the entire embodiment of Unus Annus (meaning "One Year" in Latin) and on 15th November 2019 these words resonated every single day until Friday 13th November 2020 when they went silent from the Internet forever, and died. Ethan Nestor (left) and Mark Fischbach (right)… Continue reading The Purposeful Life and Death of Unus Annus

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Yungblud – The Weird Time of Life Gig Review

The second digital gig to hit my computer screen during the strange year that is 2020 was Yungblud’s 'The Weird Time of Life' virtual tour. The tour was created to almost simulate an in-person tour as much as possible. Sixteen tour dates are schedule for the upcoming weeks in which Yungblud will be (digitally) touring… Continue reading Yungblud – The Weird Time of Life Gig Review

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Motionless In White Creatures Anniversary Gig Review

Around this time last year, metalcore band Motionless in White performed live at Manchester’s The Ritz to hundreds of screaming and dancing fans, myself included. Almost a year later the band are now celebrating the 10th anniversary of their ‘Creatures’ album in a room, alone, performing to cameras instead of their fans excited faces. As… Continue reading Motionless In White Creatures Anniversary Gig Review

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Hot Minute – ‘Hell Is Empty’ Single Review

Hot Minute is back on A Nerdy Perspective once again! Back in May this year the glamorous gothic trio debuted their very first single titled 'Magic' which I had the privilege of reviewing. This time around, I'll be reviewing their second single release titled 'Hell Is Empty'. When debut track 'Magic' dropped it packed one… Continue reading Hot Minute – ‘Hell Is Empty’ Single Review

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Binary Drift – ‘Drifting’ Single Review

A new artist to come into the Nerdy Perspective roster is Binary Drift, a solo project created by Mauricio Yrivarren. Binary Drift felt like music had been on the back-burner for too long. Instead of trying to continue to chase music which didn't feel truly real to him, Binary Drift was born which embodies the idea… Continue reading Binary Drift – ‘Drifting’ Single Review

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Nerdy Travels: A Bucket List for Japan

I have been pondering for some time about my bucket list of things I want to do within my lifetime. A lot of the things on my bucket list are to do with travelling to different countries. I basically want to see all the greatest sights the world has to offer before I return back… Continue reading Nerdy Travels: A Bucket List for Japan

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Nerdy Travels: Shopping in London

After finishing up at the Manga Exhibition at The British Museum we headed back into the centre to do some shopping. We headed down to Covent Gardens which is a really cute, quaint and often expensive area of London which happens to be home to one of the biggest Forbidden Planets you will ever see.… Continue reading Nerdy Travels: Shopping in London

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Nerdy Travels: The British Museum Manga Exhibition

Our second day in London was our only full day in the city and so we headed over towards The British Museum as we had tickets booked for the Manga Exhibition which they were holding there. We happened to catch the exhibition at the very end of its running with only a week to go… Continue reading Nerdy Travels: The British Museum Manga Exhibition

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Nerdy Travels: Camden Town

After we finished up breakfast at the hotel my parents and I headed to Camden Town. I always describe Camden as London's version of Harajuku as it is filled with all things alternative alongside lots of typical tourist goods. After wandering down the main street which is filled with many creatively decorated shops we reached… Continue reading Nerdy Travels: Camden Town