Posts by eleanorpettipher

Live review: Zibra’s final show

We bid farewell to Zibra as the electro pop trio pack away their synths for the final time. The Social

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Ones to Watch: Lauren Ray & Kerri Watt

The British music scene is at the top of its game at the moment and Lauren Ray and Kerri Watt

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Live Review: We Are Scientists @ Koko, London

Last Wednesday night, iconic Camden venue Koko played host to thrilling New York-based indie rock band We Are Scientists. Formed

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Live Review: The Neighbourhood @ The Roundhouse, Camden

The Neighbourhood brought a taste of the East Coast to Camden at their sold-out show at The Roundhouse. The Californian

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Live Review: Christina Martin @ The Green Note, Camden

Last month Christina Martin brought her own brand of Americana/alt-country to Camden. I was introduced to the talented Canadian musician’s

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EP Review: Tadhg Daly – Taghazout

 This March sees the release of folk rock artist Tadhg Daly’s captivating debut EP Taghazout. Music has always been an

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Single Review: Frankie Davies – Dancing All Night

Frankie Davies, country music’s newest rising star, is set to release her next single Dancing All Night this January. The

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Live Review: Bloc Party @ St. John at Hackney Church

  The other night, the  St. John at Hackney Church played host to a blinding live set by indie heavyweights Bloc

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Single Review: Le Grind – Pillow Talk

Electro-pop trio Le Grind release their catchy, feel-good track ‘Pillow Talk’ on 20th November. Lead singer Reyna Lauren, songwriter/producer Gareth

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A (not so) quick interview with Witterquick

Up and coming rock-pop band Witterquick set the stage alight on Friday 30th October with their electrifying live set at

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