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Elbow at the O2 | Live review

Elbow at the O2
LIVE REVIEW

Elbow are a remarkable band. Armed with some fantastic new songs from their latest album The Take Off and Landing of Everything they deliver a gig in front of 20,000 people that is simultaneously epic and deeply personal, large enough to [read more]

Desert Mountain Tribe at The Monarch | Live review

Desert Mountain Tribe at The Monarch
LIVE REVIEW

We all know the blues are full of troubles. So many emotional musicians resort to them to cathartically release their moans and groans, in order to cope with the harshness of life. Yet that foundation of the blues has been transcribed onto [read more]

Tauba Auerbach: The New Ambidextrous Universe and David Robiliard: The Yes No Quality of Dreams at the ICA | Exhibition review

Tauba Auerbach: The New Ambidextrous Universe and David Robiliard: The Yes No Quality of Dreams at the ICA
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Tauba Auerbach’s work is to do with the fourth dimension. The fourth dimension is something only understood by people on Youtube who happen to be younger than you. It is something we can’t perceive, which for an artist is something of [read more]

Peggy Sue at Oslo | Live review

Peggy Sue at Oslo
LIVE REVIEW

If there’s any upcoming band you should have your eye on right now, it’s Peggy Sue. Hailing from Brighton, this indie-folk four piece have already toured with an impressive array of artists including Jack White, Mumford & [read more]

Relative Values at the Harold Pinter | Theatre review

Relative Values at the Harold Pinter
THEATRE REVIEW

Noel Coward’s vibrant and engaging comedy, set in the library of Marshwood House, restored the master playwright to iconic status after he and his work had been dismissed as irredeemably old-fashioned during his comparatively lean [read more]

James Walsh at Bush Hall | Live review

James Walsh at Bush Hall
LIVE REVIEW

James Walsh is celebrating the release of his first solo album since the hiatus of Starsailor with a UK tour. Playing at Bush Hall on Tuesday night, he opened with new material from his debut Turning Point. Immediately Better Part of Me [read more]

Joan as Policewoman at Village Underground | Live review

Joan as Policewoman at Village Underground
LIVE REVIEW

While Joan as Policewoman’s most recent effort Classic might be worlds away from attaining its titular status, it’s still very much a step in the right direction for an artist who has faced accusations of being bland and middling. Even [read more]

Smoke Fairies at Rough Trade East | Live review

Smoke Fairies at Rough Trade East
LIVE REVIEW

British blues-folk duo Smoke Fairies have notable and famous fans: among others, Brian Ferry, Jack White and Richard Hawley. This is probably down to their charming bluesy folk, which is still juvenile and naïve, but with several elements [read more]

Good People at the Noel Coward | Theatre review

Good People at the Noel Coward
THEATRE REVIEW

David Lindsay-Abaire’s dark comedy Good People comes to London and is welcomed with open arms. It tackles the subjects of class, morality and luck while still being hilarious, full of energy and thoroughly entertaining. Starring Imelda [read more]

Paul Weller announce new album More Modern Classics and London shows in May

Paul Weller announce new album More Modern Classics and London shows in May

More Modern Classics is a fitting title: a high quality stylish collection featuring tracks taken from Paul’s albums of the last 15 years of his solo career. These 15 years have seen a constant artistic high, with each subsequent album [read more]

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Elbow at the O2 | Live review
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Desert Mountain Tribe at The Monarch | Live review
Desert Mountain Tribe at The Monarch

We all know the blues are full of troubles. So many emotional musicians resort to them to cathartically release their [read more]

Tauba Auerbach: The New Ambidextrous Universe and David Robiliard: The Yes No Quality of Dreams at the ICA | Exhibition review
Tauba Auerbach: The New Ambidextrous Universe and David Robiliard: The Yes No Quality of Dreams at the ICA

Tauba Auerbach’s work is to do with the fourth dimension. The fourth dimension is something only understood by people [read more]

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