All posts tagged gig

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 Review: Novo Amor @ Islington’s Union Chapel

A Newfound Love for Novo Amor: Welsh singer-songwriter brings his ethereal act to Islington The congregation erupted with applause as Ali Lacey walked onto the stage under dimmed lights in Islington’s […]

Exclusive Review: Sigma @ Electric Brixton

You may already be familiar with big drum & bass hits such as Anywhere or Nobody to Love from Sigma. On 6th October, Cub Music had the opportunity to see this successful […]

Exclusive Interview: Amy Lawton @ Coffee House Sessions.

Amy Lawton, a fellow member of QMUL, joins us as part of the Coffee House Sessions Tour. Amy spoke with us at CUB before her performance at the Griff Inn […]

Exclusive Review of Blonde @ The Archspace

Having listened to Blonde’s new single ‘Me, Myself & I’, I knew that the duo had a great connection with the LGBT+ community, however once I had entered the Archspace […]

Louis Berry @ The Sebright Arms 11/06/18

Although he’s been busy recording his debut album, touring the UK and, of course, writing music, CUB was lucky enough to see Louis Berry as he managed to squeeze in […]

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: Hookworms @ Electric Brixton

Energetic, succinct, and engaging – Hookworms’ live performance proves to keep 2018’s Microshift on dry land The past few years for Leeds-based five-piece Hookworms have been plagued by catastrophe. This […]