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Deadmau5 – While(1<2) | Album review

Deadmau5 – While(1<2)
ALBUM REVIEW

Joel Zimmerman has been gracing the Electro House genre for a little under a decade now. He’s collaborated with massively popular artists, such as Gerard Way, Wolfgang Gartner and Skrillex – and has created landmark tunes that [read more]

David Gray – Mutineers | Album review

David Gray – Mutineers
ALBUM REVIEW

Most artists come to a point where they grow bored with themselves and seek a return to basics, a fresh slate on which to rediscover their musical and personal identity. Mutineers by David Gray is just that, but with a difference from most [read more]

David Gray at Royal Albert Hall | Live review

David Gray at Royal Albert Hall
LIVE REVIEW

Walking into the Royal Albert Hall, a noticeably small crowd is hard to miss, but they constitute a crowd nonetheless; David Gray has successfully managed to maintain a fanbase. It’s all rather docile and civilized: the audience [read more]

Vanessa Paradis at The Forum | Live review

Vanessa Paradis at The Forum
LIVE REVIEW

A touch of French glamour lit up The Forum at Kentish Town last night thanks to the London stop of Vanessa Paradis’ latest tour that featured, apart from a series of tracks from her 2013 album Love Songs, a selection of her famous hits [read more]

Rivington Street Festival comes to Shoreditch

Rivington Street Festival comes to Shoreditch

Located in the heart of Shoreditch, the Rivington Street Festival has the theme of Carnival this year – a festive season of hedonistic cavorting and indulgence. It’s just a shame that the goal of the day seems less to actually have [read more]

Chrissie Hynde – Stockholm | Album review

Chrissie Hynde – Stockholm
ALBUM REVIEW

Best known as the lead singer of The Pretenders, Chrissie Hynde has spent almost four decades in the music industry and is somewhat of a new wave icon, having topped the charts with covers of I Got You Babe with UB40 and Love Can Build a [read more]

Tom Vek at the Southbank Centre | Live review

Tom Vek at the Southbank Centre
LIVE REVIEW

There seems to be a rise of modern-day anti-stereotypical rock acts in modern British indie, attempting to clumsily push their way into the mainstream using brands like NME as their weapons to shatter the bravado of the overly-masculine, [read more]

Camden Crawl 2014 day two: Of Montreal, Dry the River, FEMME and many more

Camden Crawl 2014 day two: Of Montreal, Dry the River, FEMME and many more

Camden is the perfect place for the light chaos that is the Camden Crawl 2014. With the performances scattered around its music venues, from Electric Ballroom to a selection of small pubs, it takes a lot of walking and planning to see all [read more]

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]

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