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Gig Review: Bon Iver @ Eventim Apolo, London

by will sexton (@willshesleeps)

It’s not often you’ll find a gig review that starts off with the writer in question stressing how nervous he is yet here we are: I was nervous about tonight’s gig. 476 more words


Gig Review: The Front Bottoms @ The Barras, Glasgow

words + photos by dominic cassidy (@lyre_of_apollo)

The Front Bottoms were back in Glasgow, on tour for their latest album: Going Grey. After the unconventionalness of their fourth LP, I was stressing to see what their show would be like – but thankfully they did not disappoint. 502 more words


Gig Review: Seaway W/ Woes, Lizzy Farrall & Remind Me Of Home @ Stereo

photos + words by gregor farquharson (@grgratlntc)

Love it or lump it, there’s no denying that pop punk is one of the most fun genres out there. 433 more words


Gig Review: Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters @ Clyde Auditorium

By Josh Adams (@jxshadams)

Photos by Jay Blakesberg

In the 1970s, no band were more hedonistic, heavy, and–dare I say–better than Led Zeppelin… 678 more words


Gig Review: Enter Shikari @ Birmingham Arena

By Oliver Butler (@notoliverbutler)

Sure, you might be bored of my Enter Shikari live reviews, but trust me pal, I sure ain’t bored of writing or experiencing them. 1,022 more words


Gig Review: Enter Shikari @ Rose Theare, Kingston

By Oliver Butler (@notoliverbutler)

Parties are good. The theatre is good. Enter Shikari are good. So, as you might well imagine, combining those three things on a pleasant Saturday evening in the beautiful surroundings of Kingston, London, would be a good idea, right? 1,004 more words


GIG REVIEW: American Football @ the Edinburgh Summerhall

By Callum Thornhill (@Cal_Thornhill)

Where are we now?” asks Mike Kinsella in the opening track of Amercian Football‘s sophomore record and after their short run of UK dates, it would be more fitting to ask where do we go now? 416 more words