Tagged: Review

Meadowlark Review – The Louisiana

➤  16 October, 2017, 20:00 | by:

Photo: Geoffrey Head I’ve been living with Meadowlark’s superb debut album, Postcards, since July immediately after I’d read Ed Dyer’s review at Tap the Feed. It’s a remarkable body of work. When you hear an album this...

Julien Baker – Turn Out The Lights

➤  15 October, 2017, 14:00 | by:

Even at the tender age of 21, Memphis based musician Julien Baker already has an acclaimed album under her belt – 2015 solo debut Sprained Ankle, self-recorded when she was just 18. It was a beautiful record...

Jamie Cruickshank – I Can See Totterdown

➤  9 October, 2017, 18:00 | by:

I Can See Totterdown by Jamie Cruickshank Photo: Carolin Weinkopf I first listened to ‘I Can See Totterdown’ on a train in Northumberland. It was late in the afternoon on a perfect autumn day, the landscape was...

Drunk Mums Review – The Loft

➤  9 October, 2017, 17:50 | by:

Climbing up the stairs and out of the cold to tonight’s venue The Loft in Southampton, the dim-lit room is hot and hazy. Tonight’s solid line-up of five bands from across the globe is about to commence...

Sundara Karma Review + Photoset – O2 Academy Bristol

➤  9 October, 2017, 13:26 | by:

In a packed O2 Academy this evening, Reading’s Sundara Karma return to the venue that they have already played twice in this year, supporting Two Door Cinema Club & headlining Dot to Dot Festival in May. As...

L.A. Witch Review – The Crofter’s Rights

➤  8 October, 2017, 19:00 | by:

With trippy projections on each wall, a glitzy disco ball reflecting the psychedelic magic, along with a night drenched in psych-pop and reverb soaked songs, you would think the year was 1967 and I was at the...

Iran Iran Review – Mother’s Ruin

➤  8 October, 2017, 13:20 | by:

This year saw the closure of one of Bristol’s most iconic venues, The Stag and Hounds. It is now running from Mother’s Ruin, putting on weekly gigs to fill your social calendar (along with a great pub...

Rae Morris Review – Salisbury Arts Centre

➤  1 October, 2017, 18:00 | by:

Standing proud in the centre of Salisbury, the church converted Arts Centre was tonight’s idyllic venue. Smooth electronic harmonies of the first support seep through the walls as we walk through the arched doors for a night...

Loralie – Sirens EP

➤  1 October, 2017, 18:00 | by:

Photo: Lydia Clara Loralie’s new EP Sirens kicks off with the highly infectious opener ‘KNTY’ which will unexpectedly have you swearing about some unknown person’s mother for hours after; listen and everything will become clear. It’s a...

Wolf Alice – Visions Of A Life

➤  1 October, 2017, 17:30 | by:

There aren’t many records this that have been as eagerly anticipated as this second album from Wolf Alice. The band are one of the rare success stories during this period of British guitar music’s commercial decline, and...

Nugget EP Launch Review – The Louisiana

➤  1 October, 2017, 17:00 | by:

I had just finished a tough week of work, I ran home, got changed, wolfed down some leftover pasta bake (pasta bake is wholly essential to your diet if you’re a student) and ran back down the...

Cousin Kula Review – The Kuumba Centre

➤  24 September, 2017, 17:30 | by:

Tucked away in Stokes Croft, the Kuumba Centre was the host of tonight’s festivities. I’ve been to gigs in tabernacle churches, working men’s clubs and even on boats, but a community centre based on African Arts was...

James Paton EP Launch Review – The Gallimaufry

➤  24 September, 2017, 17:00 | by:

Walking into The Gallimaufry, I was greeted with an extensive drum kit that could rival John Bonham’s equipment. I knew I was in for a good night for James Paton’s 1st Impressions EP launch show. The support...

Sœur Review + Photoset – Exchange

➤  24 September, 2017, 16:40 | by:

Photos: Jessica Bartolini I began my week (and my 5 day gig bender) by heading down to the Exchange for a night drenched in grunge, math rock and heavy riffs. Opening the night were Bath based trio...

The National – Sleep Well Beast

➤  14 September, 2017, 16:30 | by:

For some of you (myself included) it has felt like a long four years since The National last graced us with an album. As with all of their releases Trouble Will Find Me kept giving and giving,...