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George Ezra And Sam Smith At The Forum: Gig Review

Talent speaks in ways that special effects never can. On Friday night, after a gloomy, rain stained day, George Ezra and Sam Smith brought sunshine to Los Angeles. 732 more words

Live Shows

GIG REVIEW: Slipknot (Birmingham Barclaycard Arena, 27/01/15)

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Birmingham Barclaycard Arena.
Tuesday 27th January 2015.

Slipknot still rein as the kings of nu-metal.

With Slipknot’s last UK appearance being back at Download Festival in 2013, their much anticipated visit on our shores has received much manic response, and with tonight’s Birmingham show being the final stop of the suitably named ‘Prepare For Hell’ tour, it is set out to be one hell of a crazy night. 491 more words


Live Review: Waxahatchee, St. Pancras Old Church

Catching the second of two shows in the evening, Londoners file into St. Pancras Old Church, not for midnight mass, but for an intimate slice of lo-fi Americana. 365 more words

Music Reviews

Paul Carrack @ St David’s Hall ~ January 2015

Paul Carrack
St David’s Hall
22nd January 2015

Supporting Paul Carrack on the tour is Elliott Morris, a young solo acoustic artist who delivered a stylish set. 738 more words


Gig review: Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds

Originally published by The Brag, January 26 2015.

Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds @ The Aurora Spiegeltent, Saturday January 24

Kid Congo Powers has long been known as a sidekick, rather than a frontman. 344 more words


The Wombats At The Bootleg HiFi: Gig Review

It’s a mystery why The Wombats haven’t taken over the world with their massive tunes and witty banter. The band has been around for a long time, but have still been kept as a gem in the indie world, shielded from mainstream America. 443 more words

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Gig Review: Blank Realm

Saturday, 24th January @ The Famous Spiegeltent

Fuck, there is nothing better than bedtime. 9pm swings around, and it’s time to hit the fucking sack. None of this grinding on a stranger until the sun rises its disapproving face. 642 more words