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Kasabian at Victoria Park | Live review

Kasabian at Victoria Park
LIVE REVIEW

Kasabian have released five studio albums since forming in Leicester in 1997. On the summer solstice, the band returned to their hometown in support of their fourth number one album 48:13, to a sold-out crowd of 50,000 people in Victoria [read more]

Camden Crawl 2014 day one: Jack Cheshire, Ghetts, Atari Teenage Riot and many more

Camden Crawl 2014 day one: Jack Cheshire, Ghetts, Atari Teenage Riot and many more

A grotty hole in the wall wedged between Camden Market and the tube station, the Electric Ballroom has seen many greats on its stage (U2, Prince and The Clash to name but a few). Despite its unassuming exterior,  it’s a deceptively [read more]

Jack White – Lazaretto | Album review

Jack White – Lazaretto
ALBUM REVIEW

With chaotic melodies, slightly bizarre lyrics and a combination of instruments that no other musician would ever dream of merging, Jack White is an artist who knows how to cause a commotion in the music industry. Though some individuals [read more]

Imagine Dragons at the Transformers 4 premiere | Photo gallery

Imagine Dragons at the Transformers 4 premiere
PHOTO GALLERY

Imagine Dragons played an incredible set in Hong Kong for the premiere of Michael Bay’s upcoming movie Transformers 4 on Thursday 19th June, here are all the images. Photos: Getty Images [read more]

Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence | Album review

Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence
ALBUM REVIEW

Del Rey’s fans are going to have to allow a little room for evolution if they’re going to get behind the haunting and lyrically powerful Ultraviolence. Gone are the hip hop influences, tightly structured choruses and occasional upbeat [read more]

Bo Ningen at Rough Trade East | Live review

Bo Ningen at Rough Trade East
LIVE REVIEW

It’s only once you’ve seen Bo Ningen live that it starts to make sense why they’d choose London as the band’s spiritual home: Bo Ningen have an edge to them, created via the sonic assault they subject their audience to, that could [read more]

Willie Nelson – Band of Brothers | Album review

Willie Nelson – Band of Brothers
ALBUM REVIEW

Willie Nelson has always been a bit of an iconoclast. He was part of the reactionary outlaw country movement, he’s remained an outspoken advocate for the end of marijuana prohibition, and then there’s the fact he’s worked with rapper [read more]

First Aid Kit – Stay Gold | Album review

First Aid Kit – Stay Gold
ALBUM REVIEW

Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit are back with their striking new album Stay Gold; with its folksy-infused beats and heartfelt lyrics it is sure to be a success for any listener. Their opening single My Silver Lining introduces Johanna and [read more]

Hockeysmith at Corsica Studios | Live review

Hockeysmith at Corsica Studios
LIVE REVIEW

Entering the stage at Corsica Studios, the Cornwall sisters could easily pass for any of the girls on the street outside the smoky club. Taking their sisterhood into the music, Annie and Georgie Hockeysmith’s looks are nothing out of the [read more]

Linkin Park – The Hunting Party | Album review

Linkin Park – The Hunting Party
ALBUM REVIEW

Those of you who were angsty teenagers in the late noughties may well recall slamming your black-painted bedroom door after screaming at your parents that ‘emo’ most definitely wasn’t a phase – those who wisely avoided this trend [read more]

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