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Kodaline at Brixton Academy | Live review

Kodaline at Brixton Academy
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Dublin boys Kodaline have came a long way since their 2007 days as 21 Demands. The band were nominated for the Sound of 2013 poll, and in the summer of last year released their long awaited debut studio album – In a Perfect World, [read more]

HAIM at Brixton Academy | Photo gallery

HAIM at Brixton Academy | Photo gallery

HAIM played a great set at O2 Brixton Academy on Thursday 6th March, here are all the images. Photos: Filippo L’Astorina [read more]

NME Awards 2014: the winners (and losers)

NME Awards 2014: the winners (and losers)

Presented by NME columnist Huw Stephens, the NME Awards 2014 at Brixton Academy showed once again the comatose status of the current music business. Celebrations are useful if, and only if, there is a provision of knowledge for the [read more]

Temples – Sun Structures | Album review

Temples – Sun Structures
ALBUM REVIEW

You don’t have to know much about this band to know who they are inspired by.  Less than ten seconds in you can hear The Byrds – certainly not a bad inspiration.  Temples have been somewhat endorsed by none other than Noel [read more]

Phoenix at Brixton Academy for NME Awards 2014 | Photo gallery

Phoenix at Brixton Academy for NME Awards 2014 | Photo gallery

Phoenix played a thrilling set at O2 Brixton Academy for NME Awards 2014 on Wednesday 5th February, here are all the images. Photos: Filippo L’Astorina [read more]

Phoenix at Brixton Academy for NME Awards 2014 | Live review

Phoenix at Brixton Academy for NME Awards 2014
LIVE REVIEW

French rock has never been successful worldwide. Whereas the Gallic accent proved to be trendy in popular culture – with French sophistication even trend-setting in the electronic scene – it never worked with electric guitars, [read more]

The 1975 at Brixton Academy | Live review

The 1975 at Brixton Academy
LIVE REVIEW

In the music business there is an universal and true postulate: don’t believe the hype. In front of  a crowd of around 5,000 at Brixton Academy, and with only one record to date, The 1975 last night proved the rule. The intense [read more]

Placebo at Brixton Academy | Live review

Placebo at Brixton Academy
LIVE REVIEW

“Hello Brixton ACADEMY!” shrieks high-pitched frontman Brian Molko at the closing show of their 2013 tour. “I used to come here when I was at college to see all my favourite bands: Sonic Youth, PJ Harvey…”. 20 years after [read more]

Gogol Bordello at Brixton Academy | Live review

Gogol Bordello at Brixton Academy
LIVE REVIEW

Gogol Bordello do not have a second gear. The motley crew of gypsy punks have been touring the world for over a decade now, earning a reputation as one of the world’s truly spectacular live acts. They play every show at full-tilt, as if [read more]

Papa Roach at Brixton Academy | Live review

Papa Roach at Brixton Academy
LIVE REVIEW

Papa Roach are something of a an institution for those who have an insatiable appetite for nu-metal; considering the number of people at the Brixton Academy last night, they are many. Together with bands like Korn, Limp Bizkit and Linkin [read more]

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