Tags : gig review

Festival Review: Live At Leeds 2019

There are many things that Leeds covets as a city – cheap beers, being the birthplace of M&S – but perhaps its most precious asset is its thudding music scene, and with it, the annual Live At Leeds Festival. Kicking off my day at 3pm were the floppy-haired rockers Drenge at O2 Academy, who wryly […]Read More

Live Review: Beach House // All Saints Church, Hove –

Four years since their last visit to Brighton, dream-pop icons Beach House could not have chosen a more suitable venue in which to perform their comeback gig. Despite the band’s traditional composition of only two members, Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally, the duo were accompanied by additional musicians for Monday night’s extra special set. Joined […]Read More

Live Review: Blossoms // Scala, London, 25.02.16

Blossoms have to be one of the most hyped up and coming bands at present. A great sense of anticipation was felt as people from all corners of the UK flocked into the doors of their sold out show at London’s infamous Scala. Blossoms’s unique brand of 60’s inspired pop translates fantastically into a live […]Read More

Gig Review: BRNS // Electrowerkz, 24.11.15

Coherence is sometimes lost inside a soundscape – as an immersive environment becomes greater than its component parts, subtlety can too easily disappear. Fortunately this was not the case inside Electrowerkz on the 24th November. The four piece known simply as BRNS (Pronounced Brains) delivered a strong and calculated setlist with mechanical precision, each instrument […]Read More