Jade Bird: A charming interlude @ All Points East (yes, we know it’s two months late, shut it)

Emerging from my toilet, I followed the mellifluous sound towards the stage, like a Looney Tunes character floating after the vapours from a hot pie.

willi j healy

Willie J Healy @ Clwb Ifor Bach: lovely vibes

Willie J Healy is the ideal size. I don’t mean height-wise (although he appears to…

The Vaccines at Electric Brixton

The Vaccines @ Electric Brixton review: gleeful mosh pits

The Vaccines share the same fate as us.  Forever doomed to the pits of Google…

Dylan John Thomas - Feel the Fire

Dylan John Thomas shares new track ‘Feel the Fire’ to ignite big future.

Comparing young Dylan John Thomas to The View sounds like a cheap cop out, but…

Jungle playing at the O2 Academy in Brixton

Jungle @ O2 Academy Brixton – Review

You’ve experienced it before. The minute you leave a show you text your pals “mate,…

Jungle Loving in Stereo Album Review

Jungle – ‘Loving In Stereo’ review: try to feel gloomy after listening to this. I dare you.

So, I’ve been sitting on Jungle’s new album, Loving In Stereo, and it’s out tomorrow…

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New music: nudista – Confess

I know it’s difficult to keep up with our new music recommendations, but here’s a…

Blanketman National Trust EP Review

Blanketman release their debut EP – National Trust. And a debate about water quality.

I don’t like the taste of the water in the city. A line I can…

nature always wins review

A Weirdly Emotional Review of ‘Nature Always Wins’ by Maxïmo Park? Not Sure What Came Over Me???

With ‘Nature Always Wins’, Maxïmo Park are among the first British bands to release an album recorded during the chaos of all that was 2020.