Reviews

Live Review: J Warner – 229 The Venue, London – 23/03/15

This is real, real, real, real love.  While the word real makes me want to burst into singing one of

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Live Review: The Coronas & Hudson Taylor – The Garage, London – 17/03/15

Upstairs At The Garage felt very reminiscent of Liverpool’s infamous Cavern Club: low ceiling, bright lights and a small alcove

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Album Review: James Bay – Chaos And The Calm

‘Chaos and the Calm’ is the highly anticipated début album from one of the UK’s most promising faces in music,

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Review: The Gunman

Based on the novel The Prone Gunman written by Jean-Patrick Manchette, Director Pierre Morel (Taken) brings us The Gunman, starring

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Live Review: Fozzy – Fibber Magees, Dublin – 07/03/2015

Having just released their sixth album a little over half a year ago, Fozzy bring their Cinderblock Party tour to

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Album Review: Public Service Broadcasting – The Race For Space

I’m always surprised by just how effective and emotionally affecting this quirky two-piece can be. A jumble of anachronisms from

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Album Review: I Love You, Honeybear – Father John Misty

This album has probably had greater control over my facial muscles than any other I’ve listened to in recent memory.

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Single Review: Red Empire – Deliver Me

The Irish five piece have gradually been on the rise in Dublin and now, with the release of their single

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Live Review: Puppet Rebellion – Hoxton Square Bar

Manchester based band “Puppet Rebellion” took to the stage at Hoxton Square Bar for their first London show, accompanied with

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Live Review: Amini, Sebright Arms

London-based, Norwegian band “Amini” launched their new EP in fantastic style at the Sebright Arms. Comprising of Nio Amini, Mattis

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