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Concert review: Wild Belle at Cargo

Concert review: Wild Belle at Cargo

Wild Belle have been subtly garnering an online buzz, and you could feel it in the air at the Cargo. Playing in the stomping ground of all the modern British indie greats is always somewhat daunting for young Americans, but for one so [read more]

Concert review: The Soft Pack fails to pack a full punch at Cargo

Concert review: The Soft Pack fails to pack a full punch at Cargo

It’s unsurprising how far The Soft Pack must have travelled in order to play in such a small, intimate venue as Cargo. Based in Los Angeles, the band came to a cold London to play in front of a tiny crowd. Apart from a handful of fans at [read more]

Cursive’s introspective anger shakes the walls of Cargo

Cursive’s introspective anger shakes the walls of Cargo

Cargo’s small, brick-walled back-room provided the ideal setting for Cursive’s angry style of introspective indie rock. The lead singer, Nebraska-born Tim Kasher, is very much the heart and soul of the band. With his tangled mat of [read more]

Australia at your doorstep: Aussie BBQ at Cargo

Australia at your doorstep: Aussie BBQ at Cargo

Yesterday, 13th May 2012, Cargo hosted their third Aussie BBQ; a day of Australian music in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.  The vibe of the London bar matched the chilled out disposition of South Pacific folk and the lounge/bar area, [read more]

Oberhofer come back to London and tell us their future plans

Oberhofer come back to London and tell us their future plans

Despite an impressive online following, this Brooklyn-based foursome had only played live in Britain twice over the last two years.  Aside from the abundance of YouTube recordings- they appeared to be one of the most talked about bands on [read more]

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Tribeca Film Festival 2014: The Newburgh Sting

The Newburgh Sting covers the highly publicised anti-terrorist sting operation conducted by the FBI in 2009. Much [read more]

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