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Jakuzi heating up The Shacklewell Arms

Jakuzi are heading to London for their debut UK live show.

The Istanbul-based synth-pop band, who’ve just released their debut album ‘Fantezi Müzik’, play The Shacklewell Arms on 1 June. 249 more words

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The Dalston Vigilante

The Shacklewell Harm was heaving.

Nigel sweated angrily while the barman chatted to his mates, before turning and walking towards him with a smile.

“Two pints of Doom, please, and a JD and Diet Coke.” 180 more words

Creative Writing

Benedict Benjamin Interview

We caught up with London-based Singer-Songwriter, Benedict Benjamin, following his recent UK tour as bass player for Samantha Crain. Ahead of the Shacklewell Arms show this month, learn how his solo and band experiences compares, the writing process behind his recent debut: ‘Night Songs’ and his thoughts on the music industry. 1,709 more words

St Tropez - Democracy

Following on from the release of their self-titled debut album last summer, Dutch garage outfit St. Tropez return with Democracy. A funk twang soon mingles with undulating melodies and deep bass lines, the muffled vocals singing lyrics that are less than subtle. 108 more words

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MOONWALKS

A LITTLE TOUCH OF GRAVITY

(‘MOONWALKS’ 7″ – GREENWAY RECORDS)

Moonwalks craft an enigmatic identity that cements itself within a juncture of ambiguous experimentation and impactful constitutions. 177 more words

WAX MUSIC

Evening Hymns and Mauno//Live Review//Shacklewell Arms

There is something instantly warming once inside the Shacklewell Arms; dimly lit narrow passageways, bordering on the dingy, leading to an intimate cave. But tonight, as I arrive, there is a lingering sinking feeling that things have already kicked off and dissolved before me. 455 more words

Kikagaku Moyo: Smoke and mirrors

Kikagaku Moyo | Shacklewell Arms | 25 September 2016

When Tomo Katsurada announces that Kikagaku Moyo are about to play their last song, the audience who’ve packed out the Shacklewell Arms on a Sunday night are less than pleased. 271 more words

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