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5th December 2013
Performing at the uniquely intimate surroundings of St Pancras Old Church it takes Damien Jurado a good 5 or 6 songs before he speaks a word directly to the small, but perfectly formed audience gathered here tonight.
24th November 2013
You Me At Six hide any hint of their pop punk past with a more adult set. The Surrey five piece have come a long way from their All Time Low wannabe first album, frontman Josh Franceschi shows more confidence than ever before.
26th October 2013
“There’s kind of a weird vibe. I’m not sure how to read you guys.” Before this stage confession from the Tera Melos frontman, Nick Reinhart, it was hard to argue the matter - there was a weird vibe.
21st October 2013
Poor Johnny Marr. In a week when he should have been celebrating his triumphant UK tour, the tour where he’s proved his star quality as a frontman, he’s been upstaged by his former co-writer and bandmate Morrissey. Morrissey’s delayed Autobiography was published at a rather inconvenient time >>
15th September 2013
Today's re-imagining of 'The Wall' by it's protagonist and creator, Roger Waters is a completely different beast. The original 1979 concept was based mainly around the whimsical dilemmas faced by your average millionaire rockstar, in 2013 'The Wall' has matured into a fully blown anti-war statement >>
22nd August 2013
In the midst of the chaotic onslaught that is the Edinburgh Fringe, the idea of finding space to slow down and detach is difficult enough in the quietest corner of the capital’s taverns, let alone amongst several hundred revellers packed into a sold out gig.
9th August 2013
By the time we get to August we're on the home straight as far as festivals in the UK are concerned. There is though, still one big one lurking around the corner. In the past Reading was always regarded as the ‘rock’ festival in the country, but recently the festival has diversified themselves >>
7th August 2013
It feels weird to know that Janes Addiction record ‘Nothings Shocking’ is now over 25 years old. When I was younger I listened to this and their 1990 release ‘Ritual de lo habitual’ as much as as I listened to anything else, probably more. Seemingly at the top of their game >>
3rd August 2013
Floating on the Wednesday Sky That quote above, drifted forward from the Icelandic vocals of Agnes (Björt Andradóttir) lead singer of SYKUR, who having just emerged from the crowd like a female Shamanistic witch doctor, instills a giddy/playful sense that we are about to enter a joyful rights of >>
21st July 2013
It is always exciting going to see a band live but when it is a band you have never seen before it makes it that little bit more of a thrill. This was even more so the case with Clutch as other than liking the music I knew relatively little about them.
17th July 2013
BRITISH SUMMERTIME, EH? This time last year the country was awash in mud-stained mess. T In The Park was underwater. Creamfields was cancelled. 2000 Trees – by all reports – was a muck-flinging riot. 12 Months later we’re in the middle of a scorching heatwave. There’s not a cloud in the >>
22nd June 2013
Ripping through hits from last year’s “Album of the Year contender,” Celebration Rock as well as 2009’s dynamite debut Post-Nothing, the two noisy mothercanuckers, Brian King and David Prowse shook the show-goers harder than their one guitar and one set of drums arsenal seemed to suggest >>
12th June 2013
Manchester Parklife, festival number four. In its three years it’s grown up and moved house from the cosy Platt Fields Park to the monumental Heaton Park and the student spirit has been replaced by a huge field flooded with 60,000 people. And hard drugs. Lots of them.