After a pretty cool set from an incredible support act in fellow London-based duo Tender to set the mood, Oh Wonder took to the stage at Kingston’s The Hippodrome.
It’s been a long old time since I first saw Eliza and the Bear in Canterbury, alongside my favourite band at the time – Sons & Lovers, over more than three years ago.
Marsicans took to the stage in their support slot to Natives, the quartet had just come off the back of a mile-clocking few days, playing their joyous indie-rock tunes in Cardiff before heading north to Manchester and then back down south to London at Camden Assembly – which was recently formerly known as the Barfly.
So what do you do when you come across a duo in which you can’t quite decide whether it’s some kind of musical genius or just noise? You go and see them live, of course. I saw The Rhythm Method at The Lexington in London for the first time a couple of weeks ago and I …
Let’s set the scene – it’s the last day of The Great Escape festival, I’m tired, a lil bit hungover and am ready to sleep for about a week but what better way to embrace this exhaustion with the wonderful Dodie Clark?
The Skints are one of those bands who know how to put on a show. They always guarantee a good time. Their music is the perfect tonic if you’ve had a bad day. And the urge to dance is impossible to resist.
Luna Bay headlined at intimate venue The Black Heart, a hidden away, almost-secret music location within the heart of Camden. The band proved that they’re no two-hit wonder’s in regard to their pair of released tracks on Spotify currently in ‘Smoke & Mirrors’ and ‘Colours’ – which both clock up hundreds of thousands of streams, …
It had been just over a year, on Friday 18th February 2017, since I had seen Indie five-piece Little Comets, live. They were on tour, promoting their fourth album WOREHEAD (out now) in Sheffield, at the popular venue, The Leadmill.
Raring to go with a brew, always in hand, Trudy and The Romance kicked off their headline tour in EBGBS, with a loud and notable bang.
Circa Waves have had quite the year so far, recently playing two nights at North London’s notorious Alexandra Palace as support for Two Door Cinema Club. But before that, they felt that things needed to be brought back down to earth. A gig in a miscellaneous city in a minuet venue seemed the appropriate way …