Tags : live music

Preview: Rock The Refectory 2016

Friday 25th November sees the birth of Rock The Refectory, a fundraiser organised by the University of Leeds. With the aim of raising funds for Cancer Research UK and Yorkshire Air Ambulance, the gig is a win-win providing an evening of entertainment, and a contribution to a worthy cause. Set up by the University of Leeds, the […]Read More

Live Review: DMA’S // Electric Ballroom – 24.10.16

Sydney’s ice-cool upcoming indie rockers, DMA’S, graced London town in swaggering and confident fashion on Monday 24th November. The outfit performed a triumphant set to adoring fans in the iconic setting of Camden’s Electric Ballroom. The show began with an enjoyable set from support act Splashh. Thumping bass-lines drove their unique indie rock songs, but their meanderings […]Read More

Live Review: The Tuts // The Joiners, Southampton 14.09.16

The Tuts arrived in Southampton on the first date of their headline tour of their stunning debut album, Update Your Brain. The album was released earlier this month through a successful Pledge campaign. The Hayes pop-punk trio’s live show is frenetic, making the sweaty, intimate Joiners the perfect setting. Having previously played Glastonbury and supported […]Read More

Festival Review: Live at Leeds 2016

On its tenth anniversary, this year’s line-up for Live at Leeds Festival was as enticing as ever. There was something for everyone, and the diverse range of people in attendance proved just how popular this event is. It really brings all music-lovers in the city together; running from venue-to-venue trying to catch exciting new bands […]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

Girls Against: Fighting Gig Groping

It’s the night of the gig. The gig, you know – the one you’ve been anticipating for, like, ever.  You’ve payed twenty-something pounds for your ticket, and you’re majorly, majorly excited. You’re finally there, and the atmosphere is ethereal and exhilarating. But then your night is completely tarnished by some creep who decides the crowd is an appropriate place […]Read More

Top 10 Acts at Reading 2015

10) The Bulletproof Bomb For many people with music tastes similar to my own, The Bulletproof Bomb were the first band of the festival on our clashfinders. They played an early set on Friday at the Festival Republic Stage and provided possibly the best warm up for the rest of the festival one could have […]Read More