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The Jezabels at Oslo Hackney | Live review

The Jezabels at Oslo Hackney
LIVE REVIEW

Through a bright mass of neon lights and deafening drums, indie four-piece The Jezabels enter the stage, a bristling crowd waiting expectantly beneath them. Since their formation in 2007 their alternative rock has carved them out a cult [read more]

The Carnabys at the Barfly | Live review

The Carnabys at the Barfly
LIVE REVIEW

Richmond band The Carnabys won the London leg of the Battle of the Bands competition and has since been praised all over the Internet. They are now gaining a big following through frequent live shows, with a recent European summer tour and [read more]

Bernhoft – Islander | Album review

Bernhoft – Islander
ALBUM REVIEW

Silver-tongued Norwegian singer Bernhoft has just released his third studio album, Islander. Devotees of Soul are most certainly in for a treat with this new release, which has an added contemporary twist.  If you’re not familiar [read more]

Ed Sheeran – X | Album review

Ed Sheeran – X
ALBUM REVIEW

Pop music in the 21st century has predominately taken the electronic route with auto tune, cheesy lyrics and something generic – easy to be forgotten in a short time in the minds of the listeners. That isn’t the case with Ed [read more]

Lone – Reality Testing | Album review

Lone – Reality Testing
ALBUM REVIEW

Futuristic sounds from the offset instantly grab your attention and you feel as if you are being diverted into another universe, making Lone’s new album a wonderful addition in today’s society. Whilst many might find the lack [read more]

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]

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