Tagged: Review

Ålesund – Shift & Flux EP

➤  17 February, 2019, 19:30 | by:

There’s a wonderful calm in this age of constant noise that comes when you simply press the off button. No, I’m not saying to press stop on ‘Pins and Needles’, the opening track of Ålesund’s new EP...

Kero Kero Bonito Review + Photoset – Thekla

➤  12 February, 2019, 22:22 | by:

Photos: Lee Ramsey Down by the harbourside in the city centre of Bristol floats a quaint, unassuming venue. Thekla, a redundant boat made into a bar/gig venue, has played host to an eclectic variety of artists, and...

Heavy Lungs Review – The Louisiana

➤  9 February, 2019, 18:00 | by:

Amongst IDLES’ impeccable breakthrough success with their second album Joy As An Act Of Resistance came a particular track that hit many listeners known as ‘Danny Nedelko’, a song that heavily criticised nationalism whilst also celebrating multiculturalism...

Her’s Review – Heartbreakers

➤  5 February, 2019, 20:00 | by:

Huddled away in the corner of a freezing Southampton street, Heartbreakers Bar bustles as gig-goers begin to arrive for tonight’s headliner – Her’s. Formed in Liverpool, the duo are knee-deep into the UK leg of their extensive...

The Neighbourhood Review/Photoset – O2 Academy Brixton

➤  4 February, 2019, 20:50 | by:

Photos: Aryan Jafri The Neighbourhood blew up in 2013 with their hit ‘Sweater Weather’, which reached number one in the Billboard Alternative Songs after a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Since then, the band has opened for...

John J Presley Review + Photoset – Borderline

➤  30 January, 2019, 22:00 | by:

Photos: Ayran Jafri Previously playing guitar for the likes of Duke Garwood, Seasick Steve and The Smoke Fairies, John J Presley is proving he can hold his own after a captivating performance at London’s Borderline on Saturday...

The Twilight Sad – It Won’t Be Like This All The Time

➤  17 January, 2019, 20:00 | by:

Jumping straight into The Twilight Sad’s return with their fifth album It Won’t Be Like This All The Time, opener ‘(10 Good reasons for Modern Drugs)’ pounds you with an motorik synth riff, hitting straight between the...

The Collier Review – St Pancras Old Church

➤  18 December, 2018, 13:13 | by:

Photos: Aryan Jafri On Thursday (13th December), St Pancras Old Church filled with people ready for an incredible night of music. The venue was sold out, and fans eagerly waiting for George Ogilvie were in for a...

SG Lewis Review + Photoset – Printworks

➤  12 December, 2018, 18:00 | by:

Our review and photos of SG Lewis' sold out headline show at London's Printworks.

Leon Bridges Review + Photoset – O2 Academy Brixton

➤  22 November, 2018, 20:24 | by:

Photos: Aryan Jafri Though fairly new to the music world, Leon Bridges already has some massive achievements under his belt. In the years since releasing his debut album Coming Home (2015), Bridges has been nominated for a...

The Malago Ballroom EP Launch Review – Hydra Bookshop

➤  19 November, 2018, 17:44 | by:

Photo: Duncan Cruickshank After almost a year of writing, rehearsing and recording, indie four-piece The Malago Ballroom welcome their debut EP In Between Lives into the world with a cosy night in at Hydra Bookshop and a more...

George Ezra Review + Photoset – Wembley SSE Arena

➤  19 November, 2018, 16:16 | by:

Photos: Aryan Jafri Wembley was quite a sight on Thursday (15th November). As football fans filled Wembley Stadium, faithful fans filled a sold out SSE Arena to watch George Ezra on the last stop of the Staying...

Neurotic Fiction – Pulp Music

➤  16 November, 2018, 16:14 | by:

Review: Luke Penny As first hits go, Neurotic Fiction’s debut record, Pulp Music, is a mission statement wrapped in garage surf thrills dripping in honey-coated vocals. ‘Social Animal’ lays out the feral template all hung on irresistible hooks....

Sam Fender Review + Photoset – OMEARA

➤  15 November, 2018, 20:00 | by:

Photos: Ryan Burdett Having just been named on YouTube’s Ones to Watch list, Sam Fender bursts onto the London stage with overwhelming enthusiasm. The 22-year-old singer-songwriter has come a long way since pulling pints in a local-pub...

Parquet Courts Review + Photoset – SWX

➤  14 November, 2018, 21:00 | by:

Photos: Phil Watson For the unacquainted, Parquet Courts are a four-piece New York band, originally hailing from Texas, who have been at the forefront of the slacker-rock, art-punk and post-punk revival of recent years. Known for their...