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Festival Review: Buckfest 2016 @info_buckfest

I had been looking forward to Buckfest for weeks. I was slightly disappointed that due to responsibilities that go along with being an adult I couldn’t be there from the beginning, but it meant that when I arrived at 2.30pm the festival was already in full swing, with the sun shining, people enjoying their first drinks of the day and kids enjoying the various amusements laid on for them (especially the BUCKFEST colouring boards! 643 more words

Music Reviews

At the Drive-In - Gig Review 24th July @ Enmore Theatre, Sydney

At the Drive-In
Enmore Theater, Sydney NSW
24th July, 2016
Supported by Bad//Dreems 

It was with great excitement that I entered the Enmore Theatre on Sunday night. 771 more words


Gig Review: Ginger Wildheart, The Portland Arms, 20th July 2016.

The Portland Arms is the size of the average person’s sitting room and to see such bombastic rock n’ roll this close up and personal is a rare opportunity indeed. 477 more words

Music Reviews

Photo Gallery/Gig Review: Moulettes at Vancouver Folk Music Festival, Jericho Beach (15 July 2016)

Picking up where we left off after our Moulettes interview, last Friday evening at the Vancouver Folk Music Festival the quintet offered a thoughtful commentary on marine ecology through the performance of several tracks from their latest full-length release Preternatural. 302 more words


Gig review: Walter Martin, Sam Shinazzi @ Newtown Social Club, 29/5/16

After a career playing organ and bass in the much-loved The Walkmen, Walter Martin began his solo career with a children’s album, We’re All Young Together. 377 more words


Irk / Super Luxury / Fawn Spots / Christopher Nosnibor + Legion of Swine / Neuschlaufen – The Fulford Arms, York, 16th July 2016

Christopher Nosnibor

Is it wrong to review an event you’ve participated in as a performing artist? Very probably, but in the scheme of things, and in the current global socio-political climate, a minor display of poor etiquette really doesn’t amount to anything. 1,221 more words


Miguel drives Brixton's heart wild

Fog began to rise over the stage as the machines were inspected, causing the whole crowd to erupt in a pandemonium of screams as we believed that the man we were waiting for – Grammy Award winning US artist Miguel – was about to run on stage and kick off the night of partying at the O2 Academy in Brixton. 897 more words