All posts tagged review

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 […]

REVIEW: Gorgon City @ Brixton Academy

As I made my way down to Brixton Academy a few weeks ago I paused for a moment and looked up at the characteristic neon green glow of the O2 […]

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 […]

Home Strike: A feminist art exhibition subverting the role of ‘Woman’

The Home Strike exhibition at the L’etrangere gallery in Shoreditch brings together four women artists as they trace feminism from the 1970s to our contemporary political scene. While distinct in […]

Review: MadLab at Madison & Smoky Cocktails at Threadneedle Bar

As promised, what follows is my verdict on MadLab: the molecular cocktail masterclasses at Madison, London and on Smoky Cocktails at Threadneedle Bar, the Royal Exchange. For those readers who […]

REVIEW: Aleem @ O2 Academy Islington, 28/02/18

**** It is never easy for an up-and-coming artist to headline a show, showcasing tracks from their upcoming album, and keep the attention of the crowd throughout. That was the […]

Album Review: Rejjie Snow’s Dear Annie

“Rejjie Snow is on Familiar Ground, but with an Experimental Twist.” ★★★ If you’re a fan of Rejjie Snow, and therefore love his mellow beats and smooth lyrical flows; well, […]

HAIM Forever

With the exciting news that Haim are going on a headline tour around the UK later this year, I thought it was now an appropriate time to blurt out (or […]

Medea Electronica Review – Pecho Mama’s debut gig-theatre performance will show you that not all monsters go bump in the night

Like most English Lit students, at A-Level I was taught the principles of tragedy: Aristotle and his extensive terms, catharsis, hubris, all that jazz. Well, it all went a bit […]