All posts tagged david bowie

Exclusive Interview with Irene Greene

Irene Greene is a Philadelphia born singer-songwriter who uses a vintage foundation of having been raised on greats such as Joni Mitchell, The Beatles and David Bowie, mixed with modern influences from indie, electronic […]

Buggy Baby: The lovechild of Harold Pinter and Stanley Kubrick that inverts and reveals all about human behaviour

Gallow humour, hedonistic horror, a homage to the traumas impacting refugees are not three elements you would traditionally mix together, but in Buggy Baby, these three distinct styles blend perfectly […]

Joe’s Top 3 Albums

This week, we bring the second instalment of our ‘Top 3 Albums’, with Joe’s list of personal favourites.  Low (1977) – David Bowie Of all of Bowie’s albums, Low never ceases to sound as crisp […]

SINGLE REVIEW: HARRY STYLES ‘SIGN OF THE TIMES’

★★★  There are many surprises in Harry Style’s new single, ‘Sign of the Times’ – the most anticipated solo debut since Zayn Malik’s reasonably credible album, Mind of Mine. Malik’s […]

Leigh Bowery

Leigh Bowery was a man who was confidently unconventional. An icon. An enigma. The Australian-born performance artist, designer and model for artist, Lucian Freud, created controversial looks and embraced a […]

In Conversation With: Pigeon Detectives

2007 was a productive year for music which saw the revival of the northern indie sound. Arctic Monkeys, The Cribs and The Kooks were just a few bands that dominated […]

In Conversation With: Flirting.

If you’re a fan of music in a city like London, there’s no shortage of incredible acts that you can listen to and/or go and see. Starting in this scenario […]

Coffee House Sessions Interview #5 – Idlside

Our final Coffee House Session before Reading Week comes from a young band from Bath – Idlside. Having already supported bands such as VANT, Model Aeroplanes and The Ramona Flowers, […]

Lazarus Review at The Kings Cross Theatre

Where to begin? Lazarus is a musical by David Bowie and Enda Walsh, based off the book, The Man Who Fell To Earth by Walter Tevis. It͛s a fairly new […]