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City Rocks at the Royal Albert Hall | Live review

City Rocks at the Royal Albert Hall
LIVE REVIEW

One iconic venue, six fabulous musical guests and one well deserving charity; City Rocks brings fun and fundraising together for a one-off concert at the Royal Albert Hall in support of Coram, the UK’s oldest children’s charity. Coram [read more]

Bipolar Sunshine at XOYO | Live review

Bipolar Sunshine at XOYO
LIVE REVIEW

The rising group Bipolar Sunshine, fronted by the Mancunian musician Adio Marchant, are an assemblage of different musical styles from R&B tandsoul to wistful ambient indie rock and funk. Since leaving the ska band Kid British, Adio [read more]

Foster the People – Supermodel | Album review

Foster the People – Supermodel
ALBUM REVIEW

After the smash success of the song Pumped Up Kicks and the subsequent Torches album, Foster the People’s second album was always going to have to meet high expectations. Supermodel doesn’t seem to have a song with the potential viral [read more]

Billy Lockett at the Borderline | Live review

Billy Lockett at the Borderline
LIVE REVIEW

The area of Soho around Manette Street is a guitarist’s haven; famous music shops like Duke of Uke and antique guitar sellers rub shoulders with rock ‘n’ roll bars, flanked with leather-clad biker rockers swigging pints. But [read more]

Stiff Little Fingers at The Forum | Live review

Stiff Little Fingers at The Forum
LIVE REVIEW

In a venue that has seen many pairs of famous feet tread its stage, tonight saw The Forum awash with clashing guitars and angry vocals, as fans of pop punk quartet Stiff Little Fingers flocked to Kentish Town for a dose of musical [read more]

The Men at Village Underground | Live review

The Men at Village Underground
LIVE REVIEW

The Men came on to the stage quite late at the Village Underground, but once there their set felt limitless. Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, The Men’s early discography is almost inaccessible to the casual listener. The predominance of [read more]

Young Kato at The Garage | Live review

Young Kato at The Garage
LIVE REVIEW

We’ve seen the rise of the “indie boy band” over the past few years in the UK with the likes of The 1975, Don Broco and Swim Deep. British six-piece Young Kato are set to be the next big stars on the indie pop scene; they already [read more]

Nathaniel Rateliff at Rough Trade East | Live review

Nathaniel Rateliff at Rough Trade East
LIVE REVIEW

Nathaniel Rateliff is a pop songwriter from the US with a remarkable voice and two records released to date. The latest Falling Faster Than You Can Run is a critically-acclaimed genuine compilation of sad pseudo-folk songs. As a folk, [read more]

65daysofstatic at Koko | Live review

65daysofstatic at Koko
LIVE REVIEW

65daysofstatic played inside a packed KOKO, completely sold out and full of devoted fans yesterday. The band celebrated the tenth anniversary of their first record The Fall of Math with a two-hour long performance divided in two parts: [read more]

Ivy & Gold EP launch at the Sebright Arms: like London Grammar without the attitude

Ivy & Gold EP launch at the Sebright Arms: like London Grammar without the attitude

Arriving half an hour late to a bustling East end pub to interview Ivy & Gold, the electro-pop two-piece hailed as “the next London Grammar”, the visual comparison between each outfit’s lead vocalist is strikingly apparent. With [read more]

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