September first and foremost means 'back to university', or as we say, sleepless nights and long commutes. Both give to long hauls of listening to music, either to tune out the melody of Budapest's infamous metro 3 line, or to keep me from going crazy as I pull yet another all-nighter. September this time round was a great month for metal, even if I'm still hung up on a few summer albums. (Specifically Be'lakor's Vessels, and Thrawsunblat's Metachthonia.)
Monday, 5 September 2016
Thursday, 30 June 2016
Here I am with the new review! Summer is usually bleaker for releases, but these are the months I have more time to write, so I work with what I have. There were two records I was really looking forward to, but there are some nice finds apart from those as well.
Friday, 10 June 2016
Tuesday, 7 June 2016
Well, I haven't written in three months - time sure flies when one actually has a social life next to university. This did mean a neglect of my hobbies (although I listened to just as much music; so expect a huge post of spring albums later). For now, this is a succint but hopefully informative writing up of my nude lipsticks.
Hát, egy jó ideje nem írtam már - gyorsan múlik az idő, ha valami szociális életünk is van az egyetem mellett. Kicsit elhanyagoltam a hobbijaimat, habár így is nagyon sok zenét hallgattam, úgyhogy hamarosan jön majd egy összefoglaló a tavaszi albumokról. Egyelőre itt ez a tömör de remélhetőleg hasznos poszt a kedvenc nude rúzsaimról.
Monday, 14 March 2016
Hey there. I know that these days - despite my plans - I just don't write here as much. I don't have the time to write the more in-depth posts I'd want to, and I don't have the patience to write a usual one, say, about fashion (I didn't even have time to follow the fashion weeks). The one thing (thing, as in, beside people and necessary activities) in my life I always value enough to spend time on is music. So if nothing else, the album reviews are going to be here for a while.
February was a good month, especially compared to January - good heavier and more technical records, and some of my definite contenders for year-end lists.
Monday, 8 February 2016
No reviews for December - it's pointless among all the year-end lists, and then it's exam period, and then it's already the end of January, so I don't think it'll ever happen. I'm sure I missed many releases in this past month as well, not having spent much time scouring for new music, but at least the banner looks very unified in its colour scheme.
Friday, 5 February 2016
Here I am again after a much needed energizing post-exams break. I intend to make good on my promise to myself - of writing more substantial posts, including semi-articles, thought-pieces and occasional book reviews.
I have read every more famous YA novel that's out there nowadays, and I'm still baffled why those specific ones became famous. My most well loved ones are, unfortunately, less well-known, so I am taking it upon myself to write about some (two in total) on my virtually unknown blog. The first one is the post-apocalyptic sci-fi The Darkest Minds. Doesn't sound too different from the batch, does it? I can point out a few things that make it different, because there are exceptional things in both the character and the world-building. I try not to reveal too much, but if you're one of those with an absolute no-spoiler policy, I think these waters might be too dangerous.
Tuesday, 29 December 2015
I'm not great with puns. I thought it best to apologize for such a title so late in the year. Those who had spent more time with me know that my strengths lie with sarcasm and playing jokes straight with a deadpan face. And even then I'm never really the funniest person in the room. Of course, now that I'm doing my favourite hobby (i.e. sitting in my room alone, lurking on the Internet), I am.
I haven't had much time to get into the Christmas spirit - final deadlines on the 18th, so it was constant stress and anxiety until then. So below follows a short summary of the period between that and now.