All posts tagged instruments

Exclusive Music Review: Gorgon City @ Printworks

So, this article has been a long time coming what with essay deadlines and mountains of reading springing left right and centre, but let us rewind to last month – […]

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 […]

Exclusive Review: Chasing Deer @ Hope and Anchor, Islington.

I spent my Saturday night stalking antelope. Beat that. What a night. For an emerging yet unsigned band in the UK, Chasing Deer possess an immense amount of charisma, the […]

REVIEW: Fakear @ Koko Camden

Théo Le Vigoureux, aka Fakear, is a French musician, songwriter and producer who, after having established a fervent fan base in his native France, has gifted his globally-tuned dance music […]

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 […]

GoldFish at Electric Brixton

Ahead of their upcoming event at Electric Brixton on Friday the 16th of March (tomorrow) I had the privilege of interviewing ‘GoldFish’- an electronic duo that create dance music containing […]

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, […]

ALBUM REVIEW: Sundara Karma – ‘Youth is Only Ever Fun in Retrospect’

Sundara Karma have been bouncing around the music scene for a few years now. They’ve played Reading festival and are regulars on the BBC Radio 1 airwaves. Now, they’ve finally […]