REVIEWS

Wild Smiles – Always Tomorrow
The news is this; nice young boys from Winchester reject lifestyle advocated by late capitalist consumer based economy, and form band to impress lead ...more
Andrew Jackson Jihad @ Exchange, Bristol, 06/10/14
The hallmarks of a great gig don’t just come down to a band’s performance; atmosphere, venue and fan base are all pivotal in making a show truly u...more
Ben Howard – I Forget Where We Were
I Forget Where We Were is the title of Ben Howard’s second album. It comes three years after what I would describe as a modern classic, Every Kingdo...more
Fear of Men @ Concrete, London, 02/10/2014
Concrete’s an odd venue. It’s down some stairs, underneath a semi-trendy pizza restaurant in semi-trendy Shoreditch. Difficult to find if, say, yo...more
Wooden Arms – Tide
In 2010, I saw Arcade Fire headline the Saturday night at Reading Festival. I wasn't a big fan at that point – I liked a couple of their songs – b...more
SBTRKT @ O2 Academy, Bristol, 03/10/2014
SBTRKT is the brainchild of London’s Aaron Jerome and over the last three years, he's become one of the UK’s most recognisable producers. Famously...more
Fox and the Law – Stoned to Death
Oscar Wilde once said that people can live down anything except a good reputation. The same seems to be true of cities. Seattle, at least, has never q...more
Ólöf Arnalds @ The Louisiana, Bristol, 01/10/2014
Ólöf Arnalds is another Icelandic gem whose charisma and quirks speak through her eyes and music. Cousin to neo-classical composer Olafur Arnalds,...more
Colour the Atlas – Opaline EP
Colour the Atlas are one of Swindon’s most talked about up-and-coming bands. With a recent signing to Sony’s RCA label and an addition to Fear...more
Cosmo Sheldrake, Sylvan Esso @ The Louisiana, Bristol, 03/10/14
I’ll admit that this date has been marked in my calendar for quite some time. Since discovering Sylvan Esso through their single “Coffee”, revie...more
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