San Holo brings ‘album1’ to Hangar Fields, London

San Holo brings ‘album1’ to Hangar Fields, London

Fresh off the back of his self-released debut ‘album1’, Dutch music producer San Holo brought his eclectic future bass sounds to Hangar Fields at the beginning of March. Seen as a luminary for his music genre, his UK appearances have marked a huge achievement for Holo and bitbird’s Duskus and Taska Black. Holo released his debut back in September 2018. It came after countless single releases, an EP, and a shed load of remixes too….

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Billy Ocean At The Cambridge Corn Exchange

Billy Ocean At The Cambridge Corn Exchange

One of the best parts of my job is covering a live review, more specifically, an artist with an impressive history of music. The reason I sometimes enjoy those experiences all the more is for one reason – watching the fans react. When you see a long-standing fan emote for the artist they have carried in their heart for sometimes decades, well, that is just pure joy. For those few precious hours, these seasoned fans…

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Kris Barras Band at The Welly, Hull

Kris Barras Band at The Welly, Hull

Kris Barras has taken a more unusual path than most as he establishes his name as a leading figure in the UK’s blue-rock scene. Until recently he split his time between life on the road as musician and being a professional MMA fighter, with an impressive record of 14 victories and only 2 defeats. Now retired from the cage, he concentrates his fighting spirit on carrying the torch for southern influenced blues. His nationwide headline…

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Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes Take On The Wedgewood Rooms.

Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes Take On The Wedgewood Rooms.

Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes took on the Wedgewood Rooms with tickets to the show selling out within minutes of going on sale.   It is no wonder the sense of anticipation is high.  The Wedgewood Rooms holds a capacity of 500 so the venue turned into a hot box as fans pile in. Black Futures   There is a nostalgic feel as the white boiler suit clad flag bearers Black Futures flag vigorously either…

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Sharkmania Comes To Manchester: Amy Shark At Manchester’s Gorilla

Sharkmania Comes To Manchester: Amy Shark At Manchester’s Gorilla

Amy Shark has been taking Europe by storm. Kicking off her European tour back in January in Hamburg and two weeks later ending it in sub-zero Manchester. A far cry from the Gold Coast of Australia. Amy Sharks presence in Australia is phenomenal with 6 Aria Music Awards to her name already. Including album of the year and Best Female Artist. From these achievements alone, it’s only a matter of time till her success is…

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The 1975 Stun Crowds With Unbelievable Stage Set-Up

The 1975 Stun Crowds With Unbelievable Stage Set-Up

The 1975 kicked off their UK & Ireland Tour in Belfast last night emblazoning the SSE Hydro Arena in everything neon. The tour supports their critically acclaimed third album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships.  Pale Waves and No Rome accompanied the band on the first leg of their tour. The night debuted a collaborative performance of ‘Narcissist’ by No Rome and the headliners themselves. Matt Healy opened the night with the first single released…

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Streets Of London Takesover SSE Arena With Ellie Goulding And Guests

Streets Of London Takesover SSE Arena With Ellie Goulding And Guests

Ellie Goulding, Dua Lipa, Clean Bandit, Grace Carter and more raise thousands in aid of Streets of London Last night, Streets of London ambassador Ellie Goulding hosted the biggest concert in support of the charity yet. For the fifth year running, Goulding lent her time and talent to gather up the best of the best and put on an incredible evening of performances in support of ending homelessness in the capital. Not3s, Mabel, Jax Jones,…

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DMA’S: Live at O2 Victoria Warehouse Manchester

DMA’S: Live at O2 Victoria Warehouse Manchester

For artists originating from outside of the UK or USA, it is often hard to establish a career. This is not to say that the rest of the world offers no support for their native musicians.   Yet, these two musical hubs are a huge platform that can completely transform the career of a band overnight. Breaking onto the scene in one of these countries is a must. One group that have have mastered this…

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Travis At The Cambridge Corn Exchange

Travis At The Cambridge Corn Exchange

Quietly dominant, in so far as their enduring legacy, and actually maintaining a quite cult-hero status as a stand-out band, the members of Travis are currently on tour celebrating their album, ‘The Man Who’.  The sophomore album was originally released in 1999, and ultimately led to the band growing into what they are today. During the set at The Cambridge Corn Exchange last night, Frontman Fran Healy took his time between songs to give plenty of…

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Beastie Boys: Live And Direct @ EartH Hackney

Beastie Boys: Live And Direct @ EartH Hackney

I didn’t know what to expect coming into the hotly anticipated and instant sell-out Beastie Boys show at Earth’s Hackney last night. I’m fairly confident in saying however that what I witnessed over those 2 and a half hours! was a truly unique, bonkers, brilliant yet beautiful send-off to the New York pioneers career and to the sadly departed Adam Yauch. It’s well known that Adam Yauch’s unexpected, tragic death from cancer at only 47…

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