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Owlle – France | Album review

Owlle – France
ALBUM REVIEW

Appropriately birth-named France Poulet is a 28-year-old musician from the French Republic who performs under the name Owlle (a feminised version of Owl). Her wise and knowledgeable debut album encapsulates everything great about modern [read more]

New Found Glory at The Forum | Live review

New Found Glory at The Forum
LIVE REVIEW

Greatest Pop-Punk Hits sounds like a CD that should sit on a Tesco shelf alongside albums like Greatest Air-Guitar Anthems and 80s Disco Hits – so does this mean that pop-punk is nothing more than a nostalgic throwback for a now [read more]

Hookworms – The Hum | Album review

Hookworms – The Hum
ALBUM REVIEW

The standard cliché for any musical artist is that the second album is always underwhelming and seldom satisfies the lofty expectations set by the first. Bucking this pitfall, Hookworms – a five-piece psychedelic/noise-rock band from [read more]

Arslan Novrasli: Discovering the Tar at Central Hall Westminster | Live review

Arslan Novrasli: Discovering the Tar at Central Hall Westminster
LIVE REVIEW

As Arslan Novrasli fans line up outside Central Hall before his concert on 27th November, a woman in the queue surveys the crowd and remarks that it’s “very cosmopolitan”. The audience is indeed diverse: men wearing jeans stand among [read more]

Morcheeba at Shepherd’s Bush Empire | Live review

Morcheeba at Shepherd’s Bush Empire
LIVE REVIEW

The music of Morcheeba, the 90s-era trip-hop trio, is not for everyone. But perhaps that is the point. Onto their eighth studio album (the second offering since their 2003 trial separation), the British group draw an age-varied crowd, [read more]

-We-Are-Z- at Tooting Tram & Social | Live review

-We-Are-Z- at Tooting Tram & Social
LIVE REVIEW

The Tooting Tram & Social is a classic Victorian-era tram shed that has been dragged from obsolescence – as these things routinely are – and given a second life through its conversion into a lively and attractive South [read more]

Fink at Koko | Live review

Fink at Koko
LIVE REVIEW

While you may not be able to name one of Fink’s tracks, we guarantee you’ll almost certainly have heard their music. The British band, fronted by Finn Greenhall, are essentially the musical champions of US television, having [read more]

Seafret at The Islington | Live review

Seafret at The Islington
LIVE REVIEW

Fresh off the back of their debut EP Give Me Something, acoustic duo Seafret sell out their first London headline show at The Islington. After recently breaking onto the Radio One BBC Introducing playlist, the little-known Bridlington [read more]

Bernhoft at Shepherd’s Bush Empire | Live review

Bernhoft at Shepherd’s Bush Empire
LIVE REVIEW

Norwegian multi-instrumentalist Bernhoft brings an impressive collection of loop boards and effects pedals to the stage at Shepherd’s Bush Empire, skilfully displaying his talent with the sequencing equipment (as well as with the [read more]

Little Dragon at the O2 Academy Brixton | Live review

Little Dragon at the O2 Academy Brixton
LIVE REVIEW

Little Dragon frontwoman Yukimi Nagano glows from top to bottom, but she might as well be in silhouette, with only her form picked out in neon under blacklight. Behind Nagano, her three almost-familial bandmates, Erik Bodin, Fredrik Wallin [read more]

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