Music, Live

Gallery: The Rifles

Date: 23/05/2017 Venue: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham   We were fortunate enough to check out The Rifles’ unplugged set at Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms. It is refreshing to see a band head out and rely solely on the acoustic instruments. With our review imminent, check out some of our snaps from the night: First up was support Man & The […]

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Focus, Music

Focus #10: Trampolene

Trampolene are otherworldly. A mix of poetry, heavy sounds and soft melodies, their music is a true example of differentiation. With a debut album in the works and strong confidence to back it up, we’re already sure that the Welsh band are embarked upon a journey destined for the top of festival stages and beyond. […]

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Festivals, Music

Camden Rocks 2017: Must see bands

Camden Rocks Festival is a weekend like no other. It sees hundreds of bands, fans and press alike descend upon the capital’s spiritual home of music. With strong crossovers between genre, you can be sure you’re gonna discover a whole new world of upcoming musical talent. Here’s some of our picks for the 3rd June: […]

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Live, Music

Live Review: Carl Barat & The Jackals

Date: 17/05/2017 Venue: Sebright Arms, Hackney (London) Billed as a sweaty pub gig in an East London pub, Carl Barat & The Jackals’ triumphant return to touring was both intense, somewhat chaotic and entirely enjoyable. Debuting new songs and a hive of old ones too, it saw arguably The Jackals’ greatest setlist to date. London’s Sebright Arms […]

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Music, Reviews

White Room release “Take Me Away”

White Room are fun, groovy and trendy. Think of a modern hybrid between Blossoms and Pulp. With their elegant sound growing with every release, new single “Take Me Away” epitomises their amazingly unique talents. The Brighton formed band are rapidly making themselves heard throughout the industry, previous releases such as “Stole The I.V.” and “Freaking […]

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Festivals, Music

Must see acts at Liverpool Sound City 2017

Sound City is one of our favourite ways to begin a great summer of festivals. Situated this time in the central of Liverpool’s dock district, the festival is getting even bigger. We are certain that it is already lining up to be their best edition yet. With names such as John Cale, The Kooks and […]

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Interviews, Music

Interview: The Dunts

As you can tell by now, we are huge fans of Glasgow based band The Dunts. Recent singles “Astroboy” and “Birds And The Beez” have been on repeat at Eudaemonia HQ recently. We caught up with the band to chat sound, their story and future plans: Where did The Dunts begin? Has it been a […]

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Music, Reviews

Review: Kasabian – For Crying Out Loud

Name: ‘For Crying Out Loud’ Artist: Kasabian Rating: ★★★★ Chart music has been all but hijacked by drab pop, rap and electronic music. Whilst some anomalies in such genres appear, music is generally tailored to mass commercialism. Kasabian’s sixth studio album ‘For Crying Out Loud’ is a heavenly escape from all that. Once again, guitar music […]

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