All posts tagged concert

The Honkabillies & Friends VS Cancer Review

We have all been affected by cancer one way or another in life. Those who survive it, or have been affected by it, thrive to provide support to anyone and […]

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 […]

Review of ‘Bury Street Soul Sundays’ @ Quaglino’s

I regularly use CUB to promote the latest events happening at Quaglino’s and last Sunday I was lucky enough to dine at Quaglino’s myself as part of their ‘Bury Street […]

Marie Naffah @ The Omeara

After joining the likes of Sam Smith, Ella Eyre and George Ezra as MTV’s Unsigned Artist in 2014, Marie Naffah has been busy: from selling out the Lexington to releasing […]

LIVE REVIEW: SUB FOCUS @ BRIXTON ACADEMY, 29/03/18

Electronic dance represents the jewel in the crown of 21st century popular music. With its bass-heavy electronics and uplifting tone, it is hard to resist the urge to get up […]

Review: Jonas Blue’s Electric Nature at Electric Brixton

The DJ behind the world famous hits Mama, Fast Car, By Your Side and Perfect Strangers with more than 3 billion streams, Jonas Blue, was the headliner of the Electric […]

In Conversation with: Von Marlon

After a stint in Germany, the Peckham-based Von Marlon embarks on his first self-produced EP, Closure, an intimate record saturated with gritty underground of Berlin techno. CUB caught up with […]

NEW ARTIST TO WATCH 2018: REX ORANGE COUNTY

The first instalment in our trilogy of articles concerning artists to watch in 2018. Warning – the following paragraph contains sarcasm. For the music critic, the most wonderful time of […]

‘I can see your underwear from down here’: Live Review of Royal Republic @ KOKO, 01/12/17

Bring forth the crown, “the Royal” is in town! On Friday, the 1st of December 2017 at KOKO in Camden, Royal Republic did their line justice: The band brought magnificently […]