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Lapsley @ Leaf Bar Liverpool, Friday 17th April 2015

Playing any gig can induce nerves. Playing your hometown on the first night of a six date tour could easily knock anyone off their stride. A sold out, expectant audience awaited. 258 more words

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Review: Feral Mouth, Killamonjambo and La Brass Banda - Norwich Arts Centre, 17/04/2015.

Tonight, I was kind of apprehensive about this show, it’s not everyday you’re invited to see a nine piece Bavarian brass band play, but I am sure as hell now glad I was, with some excellent support from Feral Mouth and Killamonjambo thrown into the mix, La Brass Banda certainly a brought a unique sound to these shores, the first show of the 8 date UK tour being in Norwich. 327 more words


Calling All Odd Future Fans

A night to remember was what it was. On the 13th of June, I was lucky to bag myself some reasonably priced tickets to go and see Odd Future’s Neo Soul band, The Internet, in good old Shoreditch.   572 more words


Archive @ Shepherds Bush Empire, 10 April 2015

Perhaps it’s not until the encore tonight, the epic eighteen minutes of Lights, that some people may have first glanced to the wings of the stage, as the first five minutes of the song are basically performed there; built up layer by layer on piano and programming by Danny Griffiths and Darius Keeler, the founding members of Archive, and yet two guys clearly happy to remain out of the limelight, leaving that to the two vocalists who do take the center stage for the rest of the night. 532 more words


Marika Hackman - St John's Church, Canton in Cardiff on Friday 10 April 2015 - Review

Marika Hackman 21:00-22:00

Sophie Jamieson 20:15-20:45

Toby Hay 19:30-20:00

Having interviewed Marika a few hours prior to the gig (interview coming soon), she told me about how much she loved playing churches, the intimate atmosphere and acoustics feeling like no other – as my first ‘popular’ music gig in a church, it completely delivered. 752 more words


All Time Low & YMA6, Hydro Glasgow February 2015

This was huge for me, id seen All Time Low last year at the o2 Carling Academy which was brilliant, although with some ticket mixup we ended up in the seating area, which is a bore I hate seating, ATL were still amazing though! 658 more words

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Kaleidoscope at Leaf (2 Apr ’15)

A rare treat tonight as the forgotten late 60’s UK psych band Kaleidoscope played one of just two gigs, and their first in Liverpool since 1970! 1,080 more words

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