Live, Music

Live Review: The Shimmer Band, The Blinders, Sisteray

Venue: Camden Assembly, London Date: 28/04/2017 London has been an epicentre of musical growth in recent weeks. Line up after line up has continued to blow minds and etch new memories into the minds of many. However, one can argue that this triple header of infinitely talented future starts topped all of what came before […]

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Music, Reviews

London Gig Guide: May 1st-7th

Cover Image: Radiohead rumours? Or perhaps more political discontent? London is a metropolis of culture, its music scene is entirely relevant and constantly growing. Our weekly gig guide aims to bring a list of featured events happening across town over the coming week (01/05). Additionally, weekly rotating cover images will aim to present a unique […]

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Music, Reviews

Sisteray release “Queen’s English” video

As you can tell by now, we’re pretty huge fans of London rockers Sisteray. Their music is relevant and unique and entirely necessary. This is established in their latest single “Queen’s English” for which the video is released this week. Taken from their latest EP project ’15 Minutes,’ this video is shot throughout much of […]

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Music, Reviews

Blondie release new single “Long Time”

Blondie: perennially cool and ever consistent in rolling out the highest calibre of fun, effortless guitar music. From their eponymous debut album and continually throughout their career, Blondie redefined the way music is enjoyed. Debbie Harry fronts the post punk band who’s name has in turn, become eponymous with the movement and defied the largely […]

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Live, Music

Live Review: Jack Rocks 7 Showcase

Venue: Sebright Arms, Hackney (London) Date: 18/04/2017 It is a rarity to have the opportunity to see a band whom you are sure is fated to big stages however, the ‘Jack Rocks 7’ showcase at Hackney’s Sebright Arms in London blew that all of out of proportion. Forget just one… the night featured SEVEN bands […]

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Focus, Music

Focus #9: 485c

485c are interesting and compelling, from their name to their sound they evoke a sense of excitement. With an energetic rock sound to die for it is clear that the band are onto something special. Having formed aged 12, early in their school careers, 485c have slowly evolved from being a cover band to a […]

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Music, RSD 2017

Record Store Day 2017: Featured Events

Record Store Day is a highlight of the musical calendar, a true celebration of the record and the people who sell it. With the industry booming now more than ever this year represents the perfect day to have a gander down to your local record shop. Here are just a few of the events occurring […]

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Focus, Music

Focus #8: The Shimmer Band

Where do we even begin with The Shimmer Band… They’re refreshing, honest and pure example of all the things the modern music scene is missing. Their synth, electronic sound mixes guitar and effects to produce a cacophony of musical genius. With touring and releases becoming all the more regular, it is already clear that the […]

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Features, Music

5 Future Festival Headliners

Whilst the festival circuit is ever growing, it is clear that there is a reliance on the same bands to regularly fulfil headlining status at larger festivals. When thinking of festivals such as Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds, TRNSMT, etc, only a small group of acts have the ability to draw massive, headlining crowds. We look […]

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Music, Reviews

Plastic People debut with “Never Let Me Know”

Until now, Plastic People have been somewhat of a mystery entity with a reputation for ferocious live shows. However, the release of “Never Let Me Know” represents their first studio release, a true sign of their unique talent. The duo themselves have suggested that debut single release has been “a long time coming.” Founded in […]

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Interviews, Music

Interview: SheWolf

We caught up with Parisian grunge band SheWolf recently. Their ferocious sound is both interesting and melodic and presents a new wave of grunge fuelled by intense musical ability. With dates coming up across Europe and more music planned, it is clear that SheWolf are onto something special! How did SheWolf begin? Has it been a […]

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Focus, Music

Focus #7: The ‘Jack Rocks 7′

We normally associate each edition of our ‘Focus’ series to just one artist however, the ‘Jack Rocks 7’ is a concept not to be missed and features SEVEN of the greatest upcoming bands in the country. The roster has been handpicked by Jack Daniel’s to play the Jack Rocks Tent at each of the four […]

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Features, Music

Grime at Glastonbury?

Grime is perhaps the quickest growing musical concept in modern Britain. For a genre which grew from the streets of London to headlining main stages at Glastonbury, it’s clear it is a subculture gone main stream and most certainly here to stay. Think of the leading names in grime, Stormzy, Skepta and Wiley. To the […]

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Music, Reviews

Habitats release new single ‘Clubhouse’

Embarking upon trend set through their first two EP’s, Habitats return with tropically chaotic new single ‘Clubhouse.’ The Basingstoke band have been touring for numerous years, with headline shows across London and beyond. Their debut EP release ‘Diamond Days EP’ features many well loved songs including ‘Diamond Days’ and ‘Piece of Mind,’ both of which […]

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Music, Reviews

Review: Sisteray – “15 Minutes EP”

Sisteray are true saviours of the London music scene, but this isn’t enough… it is clear the band are aiming for something much, much higher. Their latest EP “00:15:00” is an attack on authority, an ode to youth and underclass and ultimately a firm example of their immense musical talent. Sisteray are productive, relevant and […]

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