“They don’t dance in London they said. Londoners don’t dance,” screams The Eskies’ frontman Ian Bermingham as a rambunctious ‘Chin Up Jack’ comes to an end, allowing a gang of Charleston-dancing (or what some deemed to be the Charleston) locals catch their breath. 199 more words
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The Computers are returning to London on 5 October, playing a headline show at The Borderline a week after releasing their third album, ‘Birth/Death’.
Tickets are available… 225 more words
Samedi dernier, The Unchained a franchi la Manche pour se rendre au Borderline de Londres, où avait lieu le concert du groupe Japonais Coldrain, dont les premières parties étaient assurées par les Anglais de… 899 more words
It’s a freezing cold night in London; Wednesday 2 March 2016. A small, selected group of people have gathered at The Borderline near Tottenham Court Road to watch what they expected to be the first of many, progressively larger nights. 676 more words
Fatherson are heading out on their biggest UK tour to date in support of their new album, ‘Open Book’.
The follow up to their self-released 2014 debut, ‘I Am An Island’, is out on 3 June 2016 and the Scottish trio are spreading the word out on the road for most of February. 333 more words