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GIG REVIEW: Marc Almond

By Carron Stacey

WHERE: Portsmouth Guildhall

WHEN: 12/10, tour runs to 5/11

Am I still holding a torch for him? After the disappointment of the gig cancellation where Marc was supporting Human League at Brighton Racecourse last month, this evening was even more anticipated than it would’ve been. 976 more words

GIG REVIEW

Megan O'Neill heads up inspiring songwriters round in London

Americana singer-songwriter Megan O’Neill is joined by Mark Sullivan, Emma Stevens and James Fredholm for a showcase of songwriting talent at London’s Slaughtered Lamb. 

On a Friday night in October, Irish-born Megan O’Neill brought together a round of friends to share their songwriting talents with a room full of music lovers. 808 more words

Gig Reviews

Lady Maisery - Live @ the Fusiliers

On a cold and frosty late November evening at the Bury Fusiliers museum, the band Lady Maisery played the final date of their three-week tour across the UK where they promoted their highly anticipated third album Cycle. 582 more words

Journalism

ConVerge 13.10.17 - At LazyBones Lounge - A Review

I’m honestly not quite sure how to put this gig into words, although I can tell you that it was some of the best live jazz I have ever seen… And… 869 more words

Live Revive

Live Review: Anteros - Brighton

Anteros

Komedia, Brighton, 25th September 2017

Words & Photos: Chloe Hashemi

For those who have ever visited Komedia Studio nestled in the Brighton Lanes, you’ll know how wonderfully small and cosy it is. 379 more words

Music

Gig Review: Bush at The Waterfront, Norwich, 23 Sept 2017

An exhilarating and intimate evening of front row British rock.

Bush, Black and White Rainbows Tour, Set List:
  • Everything Zen
    (Sixteen Stone)
  • Testosterone
    (Sixteen Stone…
  • 657 more words
British Rock

Review:Coasts at The Cookie, Leicester.

Rising above a sea of sweating teens, Coasts music sends an electric wave through The Cookie. The sold out gig, hosted at one of Leicester’s most intimate venues was something truly special. 330 more words

Indie Music