part of Francobollo’s charm is their ability to scuff over the details and initiate you into their irresistible movement of not giving a shit. Consider me an honorary member.
Whilst there were moments of magic tonight, we know that it's just a promise of what's to come.
In their quest to merge their two spheres you feel like Howling are still finding the perfect match.
She has a lightness of touch (ahem) on record that fosters a feeling of intimacy: personal, confessional references wrapped up in comforting analog synths.
The Magic Gang are enjoying themselves every bit as much as – perhaps even more so than – the legions of devout followers they’ve already amassed
They relaxed into the groove and treated the crowd to some sonic meanderings that were truly impressive.
Their overdue return to London saw them celebrate the 10th anniversary of their legendary Pink album.
When P Money finally takes the stage, the mosh-pit explodes as he launches into ‘Panasonic’.
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Beatrice Dillon’s latest album explores her interest in control through machines, her show last week showed how this can be done with humanity.
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They earlier joked that they thought no-one would turn up to the show because of the storm. These guys were a hurricane in their own right.
If Radkey keep it up they could be the ones to re-invent a new breed of punk-rock noise or, better still, awaken a disorderly rabble of individuals
Pains hurtle through a set list that creaks gloriously under the weight of Days Of Abandon, sending us grinning into the night
Review of the Magic Gang at The Social by Natalie Archer
It’s a refreshing live act to see – one where you feel constantly connected even despite language barriers and the lack of “singalong” tracks.
But they’ll need to re-learn to walk together again before they can run on the Roundhouse stage.