Live Review: Shame – Camden Electric Ballroom

Listen to Shame’s debut album and it’s clear their music’s important in 2018. Packed with tongue-in-cheek everyday protest songs of anthem proportions, their roots lie in The Clash, Palma Violets and Slaves. Li...

Live Review: Superorganism at The Jazz Cafe

It was only last October when Superorganism played their first ever London gig. Back then when they stepped out for their second ever live show, front woman Orono, a tiny 17-year-old Japanese student, barely mu...
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Live Review: Ezra Furman at Lexington, London

It takes guts to start a show at 8.45pm without support, but that's exactly what Ezra Furman chooses to do, setting a precedent for brave choice after brave choice. A night with Furman is always a journey but a...

Live Review: Low Island at Corsica Studios

It was little over a year ago when Oxford four-piece Low Island got together. Already a couple of EPs down, with support from BBC Introducing and Reading and Leeds Festival, they’re ready to headline not one bu...

Photos: Alex G at Scala, London

(Sandy) Alex G, brought his latest offering 'Rocket' to Scala London, taking off in terrific style with 'Judge'. The multi instrumentalist flew through songs from his seven-album discography, before the extraor...

Live Review: Mr Jukes at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

The indefinite hiatus announced by Bombay Bicycle Club in early 2016 was not only a great casualty for many twenty-somethings across the UK, it also marked another leaf falling from the withering tree of ‘nough...

Photos: JAWS at Scala, London

As the smoke filled London's Scala on Wednesday night it was the guys from JAWS that the rowdy crowd was here to see. The nights proceedings started with 'Just A Boy' no encouragement was needed to get the vibe...