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Gig Review - Nick Mulvey - Oran Mor - 26th October 2014

Mercury Prize nominated singer-song writer Nick Mulvey mesmerised and charmed a captivated Oran Mor crowd, beautifully showcasing his truly inspired acoustic guitar and vocal skills. Fan favourites “Cucurucu”, “Fever to the Form”, and “Meet Me There” sounded close to perfect in the intimate basement venue. 138 more words


Live Review: Cast - Glasgow


Glasgow, December 11th 2014

Words: Gary Feeney

Still touring almost twenty years on from their debut album, it’d be fair to say Cast are one of Britpop’s greatest survivors. 600 more words


Gogol Bordello: A gig for the family

A more subjective type of review

Last week I saw Gogol Bordello. They were predictably fantastic and you should all go and see them next time they tour the UK, which probably won’t be for five years. 655 more words

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The Who at the Echo Arena (11 Dec ’14)

A quick return to the Arena for The Who after seeing Peter Gabriel there just four days earlier (see review here), and I’ll be back there again just ten days after this gig to see Deacon Blue. 1,055 more words

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The Holy Bible 20th Anniversary Tour, Roundhouse, Camden, 17th December 2014 - Review

Although less high profile, among a certain contingent this gig was as eagerly anticipated as Kate Bush’s Before the Dawn run. While Manic Street Preachers seem to have difficulty in taking a year off, never mind 35, in the twenty years since the release of their most challenging yet rewarding album, The Holy Bible, some of the songs had never been played live until this tour. 778 more words


Review: Behemoth - Live @ The Academy (Dec 11th, 2014)

A cancelled gig is always a bummer which can leave a bad taste in the mouth for years to come. That’s why Behemoth fans in Ireland must tip their hats to all the folks at… 382 more words


Review: Dancing Years at Oslo Hackney 15/12/15

By Luke Stuart-Smith

We made Dancing Years our Artist of the Week back in September, where I found out all about the band’s experience of Swedish Lidos, their beloved Vauxhall Safira and a jam packed year of touring. 417 more words