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Gig Review: Gnarwolves @ The Borderline (20/05/2017)

Here are 5 things I learned tonight:

  • The revamped Borderline is perfectly designed for stage-diving pandemonium
  • Kamikaze Girls are fucking awesome (okay, I kinda knew that already)
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Matt Andersen: People get ready

Matt Andersen | The Borderline | 25 May 2017

(Photo credit: Laurence Harvey)

One of Matt Andersen’s favourite albums is Aretha Franklin’s ‘Amazing Grace’. Recorded with a church choir in 1972, the live LP captures the then 30-year-old singer belting out standards like ‘Climbing Higher Mountains’ as if her life depends on it. 488 more words

Live Reviews

Review: To Kill A King

If you think that a few hundred people singing cheerfully along to a song about funerals is a bit weird and morbid, you’ve clearly never been at a To Kill A King concert. 531 more words


Jay Farrar: The Borderline – August 22nd 2000


 So, since being diagnosed as autistic I can see my thing about music as what’s called a “special interest.”

I think the gigs were too. 335 more words


Bad Touch Live at The Borderline

Bad Touch performed at a sold out, iconic London venue, The Borderline on April 8th in their final show of the Planet Rock Roadstars dual headline tour with Birmingham’s rising stars, Broken Witt Rebels. 474 more words


Sari Schorr: A force of nature

Sari Schorr & The Engine Room | The Borderline | 20 March 2017

(Photo credit: Eric Duvet)

“Everybody is so clued into each other,” says Sari Schorr… 484 more words

Live Reviews

Got myself in a nice band video for BOTA LIVE.

This interview was filmed last year when we did a gig at The Borderline at Tottenham Court Road. 9 more words