David Austin Black

Political science student whose hobbies include reading, listening to music, and keeping up with current events. Resident music reviewer here at Geeks Under Grace.

Review: Castle In The Darkness (PC)

By David Austin Black / February 19, 2015 /

Content Advisory: There is 8-bit violence.  Monsters are slayed, your character falls on spikes and dies, etc. There is no blood or anything of that sort; the game is very tame overall. However, there are ghosts and magic, so one should be aware of that potential problem. What Do We Have Here…? When given Castle In…

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Review: This Is Living

By David Austin Black / January 17, 2015 /

Hillsong Young & Free is part of the youth ministry of Hillsong Chuch. Their first album, entitled We Are Young and Free, consists entirely of  live worship recordings. It contains a different sound than that we are used to hearing from Hillsong’s various musical entities. The energy is palpable throughout the album, and made me quite excited for further music from…

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Farewell, Korra: Our Top Moments from the Legend of Korra

By David Austin Black / January 2, 2015 /

Well, it’s over: The Avatar: The Last Airbender spinoff that has been the subject of much critical acclaim and just as many headaches for Nickelodeon (which I will not go into here, but you can look at this link if you are interested). The Legend of Korra has personally been one of my favorite shows on television…

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3 Christmas Albums for the Season

By David Austin Black / December 20, 2014 /

With Christmas quickly approaching, we here at Geeks Under Grace feel that it would be negligent of us to leave you with Mariah Carey trying to screech out “All I Want for Christmas Is You.”  So, I have gathered a list of my top Christmas music albums for your enjoyment.  Some may be more well-known,…

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Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

By David Austin Black / December 1, 2014 /

Content Warning: Some lyrics discuss drug use.  Smatterings of muted profanities.   Introduction: Ah, The Hunger Games, a wildly successful books series that has now not only grown into a collection of films, but albums of music inspired by said films. Just in case anyone is unclear on that count, again, music inspired by the…

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