Cassia are a band that I have listened to way more than a few times over, and I was relishing the opportunity to see them live at Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen.
Kicking off with her hit single ‘Mother’, Portsmouth-based Jerry Williams opened proceedings for a Billy Lockett headlined show which sold out in just a day.
London-based quartet Sea Girls sold out a packed, sweaty Lexington on an autumn Monday evening.
Festival on a farm, 110 Above, gave us an instant feel of excitement as soon as we walked up the hidden path, with fairy lights dancing around the letters on the entrance sign, we knew that this weekend was going to be something special.
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.