With festival season well underway, Latitude came upon us promising a weekend in the middle of nowhere surrounded by nothing other than woodlands, pink sheep and lots of good music. Heading down to the BBC Music Stage on the Saturday were the folk pop creatives, The Head and The Heart. After having a break toContinue reading “The Heart and The Heart at Latitude Festival- Live Review”
We spoke with PAVES about their music, favourite tracks and the best London venues during their performance for This Feeling in Dalston. PAVES’ debut EP will be released in February 2017.
JUDAS are a four piece from London who have already nailed the stadium rock sound despite only having one EP under their belt. For evidence of this look no further than the surging guitars in the euphoric track Sister or the crashing percussion in the anthemic Call Me. They play UCA at the start ofContinue reading “[PREVIEW] JUDAS AND LITTLE GRIM @ UCA, EPSOM”
Carly Rae Jepsen has had one hell of a year. The album E MO TION remains one of 2015’s most interesting success stories, purely because of how unsuccessful it was, yet how amazing it really is as a body of work. No one bought this album, yet this album has made nearly every end “BestContinue reading “[LIVE REVIEW] CARLY RAE JEPSEN @ ISLINGTON ASSEMBLY HALL, LONDON – 07/12/2015”
The Vaccines are the juggernauts of the British indie rock genre. They released their first album, What Did You Expect From The Vaccines? back in 2011 and, after gaining overwhelming success at a rapid rate, second record Come Of Age followed shortly after in 2012. A brief EP appeared in 2013, but since then theContinue reading “[LIVE REVIEW] THE VACCINES @ BRIXTON ACADEMY, LONDON – 26/11/2015”
From the ticket wielding fans at Brixton station to the merch-clad teens milling around outside the venue, there is no getting away from the exciting atmosphere surrounding Catfish & The Bottlemen’s first of two sell out shows at Brixton Academy. They’ve had a meteoric rise to success over the past two years after grafting awayContinue reading “[LIVE REVIEW] CATFISH & THE BOTTLEMEN @ BRIXTON ACADEMY, LONDON – 06/11/2015”
For the third and final night of the Community LDN Festival, Hoxton’s Macbeth venue has been taken over by Killing Moon. The all-round musical company has curated the stellar line-up for tonight’s show as part of the East London-based new music festival, which includes Beach Baby, Pale Honey and Vitamin with indie pop princes SundaraContinue reading “[LIVE REVIEW] SUNDARA KARMA @ THE MACBETH, HOXTON, LONDON – 05/11/2015”
It’s the first night of the Community LDN Festival, an event which has been organised by the Reading and Leeds big bosses Festival Republic. It takes place in various venues across East London and tonight Hoxton’s Square Bar & Kitchen is headlined by Chelmsford’s very own RAT BOY. The Essex native has built up anContinue reading “[LIVE REVIEW] RAT BOY @ HOXTON SQUARE BAR & KITCHEN, LONDON – 03/11/2015”