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V E N N – Echoes from Foreign Spaces | Album review

V E N N – Echoes from Foreign Spaces
ALBUM REVIEW

Echoes from Foreign Spaces presents a place that is not quite of this world; a kind of hyper-reality filled with endless highways, sparse, desolate buildings and perpetual twilight. Like the uncanny landscape of a video game, there is a [read more]

Angus and Julia Stone by Angus and Julia Stone | Album review

Angus and Julia Stone by Angus and Julia Stone
ALBUM REVIEW

The Australian soft-spoken brother and sister are back after their award-winning album Down the Way saw them reach number one in their home country. They’ve never quite managed the same success over here in the UK, which only adds to [read more]

Bear in Heaven – Time Is Over One Day Old | Album review

Bear in Heaven – Time Is Over One Day Old
ALBUM REVIEW

Bear in Heaven are Jon Philpot, Adam Wills and Joe Stickney from Brooklyn. Although the members have changed since they first formed back in 2003, their dazed rock music is still the same, which may please some and dismay others. Upon [read more]

Secret Garden Party | Live review

Secret Garden Party
LIVE REVIEW

Covered in glitter and body paint, people well through the gates and begin to fill the camp sites and boats at the lake. The festival area has been carefully decorated and every stage has a concept, such as the Lake Stage, [read more]

Cher Lloyd – Sorry I’m Late | Album review

Cher Lloyd – Sorry I’m Late
ALBUM REVIEW

It’s been three years since Cher Lloyd released her debut LP Sticks + Stones, which in the music world seems like a lifetime. Following her success across the pond, she is back with her follow-up album Sorry I’m Late, that [read more]

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Hypnotic Eye | Album review

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Hypnotic Eye
ALBUM REVIEW

Formed almost 40 years ago and with 13 studio albums together, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have a long and consistent history of making great music. Hypnotic Eye is a wonderful mix of blues and rock with some jazz riffs thrown in for [read more]

Last Lynx at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen | Live review

Last Lynx at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
LIVE REVIEW

Last Lynx are a four-piece from Stockholm who play silky smooth, sun-drenched 60s and 70s pop-inspired tunes led by undulating bass grooves and punctuated by contemporary synth sounds. They haven’t been around for long, but they already [read more]

Reunions: five bands we want to reform and five we don’t

Reunions: five bands we want to reform and five we don’t

Nothing lasts forever. A sad truth that none of us want to accept, especially when it comes to the music we love. Music is arguably unlike any other art form, possessing that uncanny ability to embody an entire nation’s state of [read more]

Laura Groves at St Pancras Old Church | Live review

Laura Groves at St Pancras Old Church
LIVE REVIEW

Formerly known as Blue Roses and a member of the band Nautic, Yorkshire girl Laura Groves now performs under her own name and has a new EP entitled Thinking about Thinking, out on DEEK Recordings. Tonight we see her perform at St Pancras [read more]

FAMY at the Lexington | Live review

FAMY at the Lexington
LIVE REVIEW

Random words are forming a delicate poem on the backdrop. White flowers adorn the stage and drumkit, together with signs with quotes like “Now that I like you, I know that I didn’t think I would”. Famy has created something [read more]

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