Music

What We Can Learn From Jess Glynne’s Song ‘Thursday’.

As my boyfriend always reminds me, I am a huge fan of girl on girl appreciation. Don’t worry, I am not about to launch into some feminist rant, but I […]

Exclusive Interview with Indie Rock Band ‘The Bohos’

The Bohos, an Indie Rock band from Liverpool, are taking the music scene by storm. Comprised of Fin, the lead vocalist; Elliot, the lead guitarist; Ian, the bass guitarist and […]

Review: Kagoule @ Moth Club

Hailing from Nottingham, alt rock band Kagoule have seen much success over the past few years. Their debut Album ‘Urth’ was a hit, and the group has found a firm […]

Review: Shy FX presents cult.ure @ Omeara

After an incredibly successful debut back in February, Shy FX brought his much anticipated cult.ure series back to London for four weeks at Omeara: an underground near London Bridge. The […]

Exclusive Review: Brooke Law @ Century Club, Soho.

When: 9/11/2018 Where: Century Club, Soho Who: Brooke Law On a gloomy evening on the 9th of November, people were waiting eagerly to see Brooke Law perform in Soho’s intimate […]

Exclusive Interview: Whenyoung

Hailing from Limerick and now based in London, Whenyoung are an exciting trio giving indie-pop a run for its money. Defined by a style that effortlessly packages up feelings of […]

Exclusive Album Review: ‘Redlight – ACTIVE’

REDLIGHT: ACTIVE  The Review: Redlight’s new album, Active, will be released on November 2nd. In all truth, this superb collection of tracks couldn’t have a better title – the musician […]

Exclusive preview of 70-50 Bass Culture @ University of Westminster.

70-50 Bass Culture, a four week long exhibition at the University of Westminster, pays testament to the monumental impact that Jamaica has had on the British music scene. As a […]

Review of Jonas Blue @ Tape, London.

Date of exclusive album review: 11/10/2018 Making my way down the stairs of ‘Tape Club’ in Mayfair was an unusual experience in the sobering light of day, nonetheless, there was […]