Lee Moroney

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PJ Harvey // Live Review

"There’s a reverent hush in the arena, for this is pure theatre."

Mild High Club – Skiptracing // Album Review

"Skiptracing is the perfect escape from the strangest of summers"

Preoccupations // Live

Preoccupations tonight are back where they belong. And that is a relief for all of us.

Ulrika Spacek // Interview

We talk to Ulrika Spacek about their debut album and disappointments.

Sunflower Bean // Live Review

Both bands on show tonight have one foot in the past, however what’s so exciting is that neither are restrained or hindered by their heroes.

Run The Jewels // Live Review

They trade intricate, cutting and sometimes humorous rhymes with a dexterous and comfortable manner.

Latitude Festival // Review

Latitude is a beautiful concoction of the avant-garde and experimental, the upcoming and the established.

Latitude Festival // Preview

Latitude
We look at the treats instore for you at the magical 10th anniversary of Latitude Festival

The Maccabees // Live Review

The Maccabees have managed to maintain their essence; that effervescent and exciting spirit that drew so many people to them some 8 years ago.

Homeless Billionaires // Live Review

Homeless Billionaires have forged a sound that is not quite like anything on the circuit right now

Latitude Festival // Sunday Review

Latitude
Lee Moroney heads to this years Latitude festival to see a plethora of great music, comedy and art.

Latitude Festival // Saturday Review

Latitude
Lee Moroney heads to this years Latitude festival to see a plethora of great music, comedy and art.

Latitude Festival // Review

Latitude
Lee Moroney heads to this years Latitude festival to see a plethora of great music, comedy and art.

Future Islands // Live Review

Samuel T. Herring sauntered onto the stage at Camden’s Electric Ballroom with the aura of a man who’s very much in control.

Lucius // Live Review

The Lucius live experience is one that’s hugely transcendent of their record.

Woman’s Hour // Live Review

Woman’s Hour let their music do the talking, the connection between the four people on stage and the 250 in the Purcell Room almost tangible.

Arthur Beatrice // Live Review

Arthur Beatrice could really start a party if given the right time and place. Sadly for those sandwiched between Rough Trade East’s aisles, here and now is not really that time or place.

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