The room was cold, aesthetically bare and the sound was slightly sketchy but with an impressive three-act line up, who’s complaining?
80% of the crowd are as consumed by Born Ruffians as me. During a show like this, how could you not be? They have passion, heart and above all, talent.
The L Shaped Man is complex, mature and marks a turning point in Ceremony's impressive musical career
Dripping with originality and authenticity that is not only evident in his style but in his gritty tunes and gripping stage presence.
Over-all this evening I experienced all the emotions you do when seeing a great band live; joy, excitement, melancholy and sadness.
Lead singer Jane Penny has the kind of soft sweet voice capable of making hearts flutter.
a Flyte show is an exploration of influences, a trip back in time and for that, it's a whole lot of fun.
Those who were previously seated on the balcony had gotten to their feet, arms in the air, singing those lyrics that made the song an instant classic
Dogs on the roof, bunch of cool bands and grilled meats. Three things that indicate all-dayer fun at the Brixton Windmill, this time around curated by zine and promo outfit It’s All Happening.
Converse take us on a London adventure involving Peace, Cold Specks, beer, burritos and tons of fun.
Their latest EP Stitches is everything you could want in a melodic pop punk record.
It’s easy to love Art is Hard, even more so when their birthday comes around and they put on a buttload of rad bands for a ludicrously cheap amount