All posts tagged LA

Exclusive Preview: The White Isle Weekend @ Madison Rooftop Bar

As I’m writing this it’s raining outside and this depresses me.  It can only mean one thing: summer is drawing to a close and we have to prepare ourselves to […]

In Conversation with: Aleem

Days before the release of the single Stranger Things, we spoke to up-and-coming singer-songwriter Aleem about songwriting, social media, and what we should expect from his debut UK tour. So, […]

Den of Thieves Review – Gerard Butler Steals the Show in Christian Gudegast’s Tightly-Constructed Bank Heist Thriller

Regardless of the quality of his films, I’ve always been a fan of Gerard Butler. Yeah sure, last year’s Geostorm was about as successful as a sunbathing session during monsoon […]

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 […]

Lana Del Rey’s First London Gig in Four Years at Brixton Academy

It is difficult to sum up just how excited I was for this gig. The tickets sold out in twelve seconds. The fact that I managed to get tickets to […]

THE BEST GIGS TO SEE THIS MAY

Now we are out of the winter months, musicians come out of their recording studios and show us what they’ve been up to. May is great month to go out […]

The Struggling Artist in Film Musicals

I began writing this piece in the wake of the La La Land hype that was sweeping the world. For the record, I did enjoy it though I see its […]

Nocturnal Animals (Spoiler Free Review): An unmissable film, that will grab hold of you and never let go.

Your hands grip the smooth leather steering wheel, as your eyes glance away from the endless road towards the rear-view mirror, where you catch the reflection of your beautiful daughter […]

LA-La-Land Is The Worst Place Ever, But I Always Find My Way Back

If you’re dreaming of Californication I hate to break the news, but Los Angeles is less of a Hank Moody vision and more of a glamorized dump. Jack Kerouac once […]