In pop music, bigger is better. That’s the view of fast-rising Kreuzberg singer and songwriter, Tara Nome Doyle.
SO36 – 29th November Once upon a time, it was just Indian classical musicians and arty oddballs such as Terry Riley who had mastered the...
There’s not a bum note to be found in these superbly played and recorded nine songs.
Their approach is both blissfully elegant and intriguing as each of the four songs unfold.
This seismic anniversary prompted veteran music-maker Brian Eno to revisit his flawless Apollo soundtrack and create an album’s worth of new material. He needn’t have bothered – Apollo was already regarded as an ambient masterpiece.
Our monthly round up of the big, the bad and best news in club closures, openings and renovations around the capital. This month featuring the Borderline, Stour Space, Total Refreshment Centre and more.
We catch up with the multitude of things the always brilliant Hey Colossus are up to
Our monthly round up of the big and the bad news in club closures, openings and renovations around the capital.
Can this album deliver on its promise to ‘answer universal questions with universal truths’ as its promotional guff claims? Perhaps not. But it’s certainly a damn fun ride along the way
The duo have created a wild landscape where you forget where you’ve been and can’t see where you’re going.
Sadly, Swervedriver 2.0 won’t trouble their status as criminally overlooked indie behemoths of the early 90s.
We caught up with Lally from The Messthetics ahead of their two London dates to find out more about the band and how they decided to cover a Sonny Sharrock tune...
Independent venues across London are getting the new year started with a bang as they team up for a week of gigs and parties, whilst other venues get prepped for growth, change and on-going challenges.