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Imelda May rocks the Leas Cliff at Folkestone, Live Review , Friday 21st November 2014

Any regular followers of Londongigger posts will know that I don’t just confine my reviews to the London area so as I am regular visitor to Folkestone, I felt it was high time to pay a visit to the renowned Leas Cliff Hall, a marvel of 1920’s engineering, jutting out from the cliff side on the Leas Cliff promenade, to see a concert. 310 more words

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Dying Fetus @ Manchester Sound Control Review

A cold night in Manchester saw host to a death metal extravaganza set to lay waste to the legions of fans who had braced the Manchester rain to witness the carnage. 547 more words

Death Metal

Review: Linkin Park, O2 Arena London

Honestly, this gig could not have come quickly enough.  I’ve been a fan of Linkin Park since I picked up their Minutes To Midnight album back four or five years ago, and I’ve wanted to see the California six-piece live ever since.   771 more words

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Live Review - The Courteeners (Liverpool Echo Arena 21/11/14)

Firstly, I want to start this by saying that this band have effectively soundtracked my life for the past 8 or so years, and they’ve given me some of the best nights I’ve had. 299 more words

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Gig Review: Step-Panther & Bearhug

Friday, 21st November @ Goodgod Small Club

For two of my favourite local bands, 2014 has been a career-affirming year. Both Step-Panther and Bearhug have released the best material of their lives, solid,  cohesive sophomore records that accentuate their past tendencies, and showcase their abilities to write fucking great songs. 704 more words

Sydney

Gig: Kate Bush, Before the Dawn

“Before the Dawn” is without doubt the most spectacular thing I have ever witnessed. Trying to put this show into words feels as difficult as hitting the high notes in Wuthering Heights, but I’d hate to be that smug person who says ‘you kinda had to be there…‘ – especially given the huge amount of people who queue outside the venue holding up placards pleading for spare tickets. 436 more words

University Of Essex

Live Review: Savages & Bo Ningen – Words to the Blind

Anglo-French Post-Punk outfit Savages have trailed 2013’s Silence Yourself by joining forces with Bo Ningen, a Japanese-via-London acid-punk act who are known for hair-raising performances bursting with disarray. 255 more words

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