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An Elegant Performance From Weyes Blood At Electric Brixton

Thu Nov 28 2019

‘Titanic Rising’ remains one of my favourite albums from 2019. Released last April, the album received critical acclaim for its incredible orchestration, production, and writing. The beautiful string arrangements supporting Weyes Blood’s stunning voice and backing vocals are real standouts on the album. Both give the music elegance and have a Phil Spector, Beach Boy-esque […]

Get To Know The Modern Strangers

Wed Nov 20 2019

The Modern Strangers will always remain a timeless band for me. Not just because I have been a fan of their music from the beginning (so, therefore, I admit I am slightly biased) but because their ageless and unique sound continuously brings me back for more – and judging by the fact I was surrounded […]

An Impressive Performance From Just Mustard At The Prince Albert, Brighton

Thu Oct 31 2019

Just Mustard released their debut album ‘Wednesday’ last year to high praise, earning them the support slot on the UK tour for fellow upcoming and Irish group Fontaines D.C. Their music has been described as a combination of trip-hop and shoegaze, with influences from My Bloody Valentine with their shoegazy guitars, and from Massive Attack […]

Sea Girls Fires London Up

Fri Oct 11 2019

“I have never seen such an audience. Pure indie landscape.“ On October 10th, the British band Sea Girls put up on a hell of a show at O2 Forum Kentish Town, in London. The band has just started headlining shows, but it has to be said that they know what they are doing. Starting with […]

RVBY Delivers Strong Notting Hill Arts Club Debut At Gold Dust

Tue Oct 01 2019

​Gold Dust – Notting Hill Arts Club: Curated by the fabulous BBC Introducing’s Abbie McCarthy; with an air of confidence and eyes full of verve, RVBY took to the stage filled with a room of heavy industry cool kids to deliver a strong and exciting set.​ ​Speaking to Neon Music after the gig, it is […]

Sasha Siem Live At The House of St Barnabas

Thu Jul 11 2019

The House of St. Barnabas’ elegant, intimate interior, and breath-taking acoustics was the perfect location for Sasha Siem’s debut performance of some tracks from her soon to be released album ‘Holey Wholly Holy’. The album, which focuses on personal introspection and growth, highlights Siem’s sensitivity and nuance as a writer and performer and perfectly showcases the extent of […]

Canadian Indie Band Yes We Mystic Rocks London’s Thousand Island Gig

Wed May 29 2019

With a band named Yes We Mystic who have a new record out on a label called DevilDuck Records – this project could have the potential to be interpreted as something quite mysterious. However, vocalist and guitarist Adam Fuhr and bandmates are authentic and brought the goods last week at their Highbury & Islington Thousand […]

An Unforgettable Performance From The King’s Parade

Wed May 01 2019

There is something quite moving about the change of atmosphere that occurs when a collective of people awaiting their favourite band in a dark underground bar, beer in hand, calmly conversing, notice the brief shadow of a possible band member about to approach the stage, resulting in a roar of love and adoration. You know […]

Live Review: Archie Faulks At London’s Camden Assembly

Tue Apr 30 2019

Last week I had the pleasure of watching Archie Faulks (previously known as Tenterhook) at his headline show at London’s Camden Assembly. Having released his recent EP ‘Wonderful’ he played an intimate solo setup just with him and a guitar, emphasising a glorious voice that is as serenading as it is impressive. Performing tracks like […]

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