They say time flies when you’re having fun, and The Jungle Giants’ Brixton gig seems to be no exception... read our full review!
Tom Rosenthal has always gone against the current. His uniqe style of indie folk-pop has always been very self-contained to mainly acoustic songs that make you dream of long car rides under a starry night sky...
Words: Oliver Childs | Photography: Jack Tobin A lot can happen in ten years. An artist can (and probably will) change their style of music to develop as an artist. White Lies are no different. However, the one constant factor of the three-piece that has remained the same over the last ten years is just... Continue Reading →
Words: Abi Scaife | Photography: Roman Zugarazo Opening with the vocal-heavy 'Elenora', the set is powerful from the get go. Though they revisit songs from their second and third albums, like the punk-ish 'Cross My Heart' and fan favourite 'Stutter', the setlist has a heavy focus on eerie fifth studio album Phantoms. Between songs, lead... Continue Reading →
Words: Anna Runa-Umbrasko | Photography: Ciaran Frederick Luna Bay are on a roll. Following their last headline 300-cap show, they now play to their biggest sold-out show at the historic Scala in London with around 1,100 people in the crowd. That's a lot for a band just recently graduated from BIMM London. Wild Front support... Continue Reading →
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... Continue Reading →
Words: Arthur Willis For a sound so deeply rooted in punk, PUP are a band that go above and beyond to provide impeccable musicianship and attention to detail, all the while providing incredibly catchy and relatable anthems. With a career spanning nearly a decade, headlining the Electric Ballroom certainly feels like a peak for the... Continue Reading →
Words & Photograph: PJ Kimber I am lucky. I get the chance to see Snarky Puppy, the Grammy-winning jazz fusion ensemble, twice in one day. They deliver a masterclass at Under The Bridge in the early afternoon, then rock the shit out of The Royal Albert Hall after dinner. The clinic they host at about... Continue Reading →
Words: Nargis Borhan Playing their biggest London show ever, Irish pop band Picture This headline a sold-out show at The Roundhouse in Camden. Starting their set with ‘You and I’, the atmosphere hits the roof. Surprisingly, the setlist consists of more tracks from their debut self-titled album, such as ‘Let’s Be Young’, ‘Saviour’, and ‘Dream’,... Continue Reading →