Live Review: Hollow Coves @ Dingwalls, 21.11.19

Words: Lauren Dehollogne Australian indie-folk duo Hollow Coves brought their sunshine attitude to chilly London. The melancholic, daydream-inspired music enchanted everyone in the crowd, and quickly we all wanted to book a trip to explore the world.  From talking about climbing mountains in Norway to singing about faraway beaches, Hollow Coves are a band made for wanderers. ‘The Open Road’ and ‘Home’ are two songs … Continue reading Live Review: Hollow Coves @ Dingwalls, 21.11.19

Viperia Announce 2019 European Tour

Words: Conor Sharkey Glackin With a new direction and anticipation building for their next album, Swedish Metal band Viperia are going on an Eastern European tour this winter. And if their previous work and accomplishments are anything to go by, this is one gig metal fans across the continent will not want to miss. Their raw and energetic style are sure to have you headbanging … Continue reading Viperia Announce 2019 European Tour

Halloween: Our Favourite Tracks

We’ve compiled a list of our favourite end-of-October themed tunes and records, for your listening discomfort. Feel free to use these on your Halloween party playlists – your guests will either run home scared or walk home creeped-out. Type O Negative – October Rust The essential October album and ergo, essential Halloween listening. Type O Negative marry Sisters Of Mercy’s atmosphere and tone with Pantera-like … Continue reading Halloween: Our Favourite Tracks

Une Critique de Pub Avec… Mio Flux – The Asparagus

Where’s good to pub? God knows there are plenty of pubs in London, but which ones are good enough to be comprehensively reviewed by an enthusiast and a musical guest? Well, esteemed reader, let’s find out together along with this week’s guest: Mio Flux.  The Asparagus in Clapham Junction is the venue for our first foray. It’s cheap (it’s a Wetherspoons, I’m not made of money), it … Continue reading Une Critique de Pub Avec… Mio Flux – The Asparagus