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Bury Tomorrow | HMV Institute, Birmingham |18.10.2014

Bury Tomorrow are a band I only discovered at Download Festival back in June of this year (late to the party I know, but I got there in the end), and I instantly liked them.  647 more words


Gig Review: Tuba Skinny

Who: Tuba Skinny

Where: Foxtel Hub, Melbourne

When: October 17th 2014

This review originally appeared on Tonedeaf.com.au

One of the many positives that stem from the Melbourne Festival each year, is the fact that no matter how broad your musical taste buds are, there will always be more than a few musicians scheduled to play that you will never have heard of. 646 more words

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Gig Review: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

Who: King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

Where: The Ding Dong Lounge, Melbourne

When: September 17th 2014

This review originally appeared on Tonedeaf.com.au

To say that Melburnian’s… 799 more words

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Cozily tucked away in a Clerkenwell alleyway is the basement of The Slaughtered Lamb, a venue who’s name will provide you with traumatic and misguided search results on Google Images, as well as the promise of quality musicians on their line-up – The Unmentionables are no exception. 337 more words


Gig Review: We are Scientists at Glasgow's 02 ABC

Date: 12/3/14

Keith Murray and Chris Cain of We Are Scientists brought their endearing and eccentric brand of indie rock to the stage of 02 ABC in Glasgow on March 12. 459 more words


Gig Review: Of Montreal at Glasgow School of Art

Date: 18/2/14

The theatrical cult US group, ‘Of Montreal’ brought their unique mix of psychedelic funk, electronica pop, and American rock to the stage of the recently renovated Glasgow School of Art on February 18. 434 more words

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Laurence Jones @ Beaufort Ballroom, Ebbw Vale - Oct 2014

The band as they stepped on stage were greeted with a warm cheer and Laurence Jones plugged in his guitar and stepped up to the microphone as we were off to what was going to be a musical Friday night journey of blues delight. 544 more words