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Monthly Archives: October 2017

Live: WEEZER // SSE Arena, Wembley

Taking on London’s SSE Arena, Wembley Weezer bring us along on a hit parade through their discography. Writing a setlist when you’re Rivers Cuomo can’t be easy. With 11 albums under their belt and another one already rumoured for next year, the LA band has a

Live: HAPPYNESS // The Garage, London

It may have been four years since the trio, Happyness first graced our ears, however it seems like no time has passed as the three-piece appears on stage at The Garage in London. Their ambient rock music was complimented by the dark smokey lighting, which

Live // GABRIELLE APLIN, ULU Live, London

Gabrielle Aplin took to the stage at ULU Live last week, and treated the packed out room to her beautiful voice and gorgeous songs. Having been warmed up by support act Outlya – possibly the most upbeat band I’ve ever seen or heard – there’s

DON BROCO Release Brand New ‘T-Shirt Song’

The Bedford four-piece Don Broco announce an extensive UK tour 2018. Don Broco have shared massive new tune, T-Shirt Song, taken from their forthcoming third full-length, Technology, out in February. Building up anticipation ahead of the album release, T-Shirt Song is another arena-worthy anthem grounded on

Live // OTHERKIN, Camden Assembly, London

What an eventful year for Dublin grunge popers, Otherkin. After their owing festival appearances at Reading & Leeds, the quartet set out on a massive three month UK / European tour, which we caught the packed out London date of. It’s been a while since

Live // PLACEBO, O2 Academy Brixton, London

Placebo embark on UK leg to celebrate 20 years together as a band. Having spent October on the road playing shows around the UK, Placebo brought the grand finale to London’s O2 Brixton for triumphant two nights. As I get to experience the last of

ALL POINTS EAST Announce LCD Soundsystem, Lorde, Björk and More

In it’s second round of announcements London’s newest festival All Points East added 18 new names to the line-up. Heading the announcement are New York indie royalty LCD Soundsytem, alongside Iceland’s brilliant Björk. They will headline the Friday and Sunday respectively of All Points East’s inaugural

Album Review // WEEZER ‘Pacific Daydream’

Embracing change and knowing their best side – Pacific Daydream is the 2017 incarnation of Weezer. Though it’s the biggest departure from the grunge-oriented soundscape Weezer are initially known for, Pacific Daydream carries out their classical elements in a brand new wrapping. Opening with Mexican