Review: Kasabian – 48:13

June 27, 2014 4:11 pm0 comments
Review: Kasabian – 48:13

The top dogs of electro-flirting, festival-filling indie-rock are back. Kasabian have always boasted an innate ability to be both brilliantly arrogant and arrogantly brilliant. This is due to, in no small part, the band’s bark being twice as vicious as their bark. But with 48:13, the bark has been reduced to a whimper and they […]

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Film Review: Pompeii 2014

June 14, 2014 9:00 am0 comments
Film Review: Pompeii 2014

What can I say about the worldwide phenomonan that is known worldwide as J.W. Andersons Pompeii?, Admittedly I was very sceptical when I first heard that J W Anderson was going to take on the beast that cemented its name in history through fire and flame, but I can gladly […]

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The Beth Morris EP

June 2, 2014 3:56 pm0 comments
The Beth Morris EP

Whilst browsing through the selection on offer for the Music projects on Kickstarter one in particular caught my eye. A simple picture of the girl who was making the EP and the title “Beth Morris ‘Homegrown’ EP Release” is all we can see among the hundreds that use fancy graphics […]

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Nordic Invasion: The Top 5 Nordic Artists

May 10, 2014 10:49 am0 comments
Nordic Invasion: The Top 5 Nordic Artists

Perhaps there’s something in the water or perhaps it’s due to the long cold winters where nobody can go outside, but one thing is for sure – there’s something special about Nordic bands. This year has seen something of takeover in London as well. First The Knife played a couple […]

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Introducing Hudson Taylor

April 23, 2014 12:01 pm0 comments
Introducing Hudson Taylor

With their angelic harmonies and unpretentious quirks, Hudson Taylor are a superb duo who are heading for a big 2014. The two brothers from Ireland, (only 20 and 21) had a great 2013, and with their first headline tour being such a success, they are bound to have a sensational […]

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Review: The Birds Of Satan – The Birds Of Satan Album

April 17, 2014 3:05 pm0 comments
Review: The Birds Of Satan – The Birds Of Satan Album

It’s hard to know how to take Birds Of Satan. It’s the side-project (sort of) of Foo Fighters sticksman Taylor Hawkins, and as such there’s always going to be the fear of “oh no, this is just going to be a shoddy Foo Fighters soundalike isn’t it?”. This probably isn’t […]

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Review: Jay Rodger – Bunker EP

February 26, 2014 3:30 pm0 comments
Review: Jay Rodger – Bunker EP

Hating Jay Rodger would be like kicking an Andrex puppy; his sincere, tender and totally free-to-stream music makes him incredibly likeable.  The UK singer songwriter’s debut release, the Bunker EP, is a handful of calm, pensive, and delicate tracks. Jay’s intricate poetic phrasing, gentle acoustic backdrops and echoey vocal harmonies make […]

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Poeticat At Hootananny’s Brixton – 24/01/14

January 29, 2014 6:55 pm0 comments
Poeticat At Hootananny’s Brixton – 24/01/14

If you ever feel like life is becoming boring, dull, or repetitive: then look no further. Poeticat are the band to see. The band consisted of Catherine Martindale (or Cat-performance poet), Vic Meadowcroft (percussionist), Ziggy Jadowzski (Vocal Harmonist), Baj Kendrick (guitarist), his brother (drummer) and of course, Dr. Goat Foot […]

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