All posts tagged review

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 […]

In Conversation with: Nick Kingswell (KIEL)

It has been four years since the release of Nick Kingswell’s debut album ‘Over Easy’ and the Australian singer songwriter has since taken the opportunity to develop his sound and […]

Mac DeMarco @ The Coronet 17/11/17

Returning to the UK after his stop-off at the 02 Brixton in May, Mac DeMarco crashes back into London with three nights at Elephant & Castle’s Coronet. First things first: […]

CCFX EP REVIEW

A blend of bands CC Dust and Trans FX, Olympia-based outfit CCFX have released their debut self-titled EP (prizes for anyone that can guess where that name came from). Taking […]

A Night of Burlesque

A couple of weeks ago, I was treated to a unique birthday experience; one I might not have chosen myself. Courtesy of the wonderful Phoebe, I had my first burlesque […]

The War On Drugs @ Alexandra Palace, London – 14/11/17

Adam Granduciel & co a.k.a The War on Drugs bring their bold, sprawling psych-Americana sound to London’s grand Alexandra Palace. After the immense rapture received for their third album, Lost […]