HI VINNY. Kodaline's third album Politics of Living is released today a year later than originally planned after you decided to re-record some of it. What prompted that decision and how do you feel now that it's finally out there? It took longer that we'd have liked but I think we made the right move holding off releasing it until we were kind of completely satisfied.The album was pretty much done about a year ago but we just kind of felt like it wasn't really there – it didn't feel like we were done.We felt like we needed to take the extra time and properly be 100 per cent happy with it, and now we're at that stage – we've said everything we wanted to say on the record and we're ready to go. We're much more happy with it now.How much of it was re-done?We wrote like 60 per cent of the album again from scratch, pretty much. At the time it was pretty daunting and we're very lucky that our record label and publishing company give us a lot of freedom.This being our third album, … [Read more...] about Kodaline’s Vinny May Jr on new album Politics of Living and Belfast HMV in-store performance
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There's a lot to love about a quick glance at the arcade-combat racing of Onrush. Its blistering speed, giant-jump racetracks, and shrapnel-spewing four-wheelers impress instantly both in screenshot and hands-on modes. This positive first impression absolutely proves the chops of the game's devs at Codemasters Evo, who previously kicked butt in this genre with the Motorstorm series. But for all the game's impressive tech and satisfying slam-to-speed action, Codemasters Evo somehow falls short—incredibly short—of delivering a true successor to the Burnout throne. Both on a macro and micro level, Onrush includes a number of puzzling design decisions and execution bobbles. And the resulting disappointment is downright crushing. Revving to Overdrive In its purest form, Onrush encourages crazy driving for the sake of speed boosts. Much like in the Burnout games, you can steer an opponent's vehicle into a wreck for a huge surge in your "boost" meter, while other high-octane moves … [Read more...] about Onrush game review: Sexy arcade racing in serious need of a tune-up
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