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Monthly Archives: February 2020


Album Review // SOCCER MOMMY ‘color theory’

Soccer Mommy’s new album, color theory is the refinement of her emotional catharsis where mental awareness and family trauma coincide in a world filled with suffering and stained tenderness. The new project is following her highly-admired 2018 album, Clean, where Sophie Allison, aka Soccer Mommy,

Cage The Elephant - Alexandra Palace London - GIG GOER 2020

Live: CAGE THE ELEPHANT // Alexandra Palace, London

Untamed and unleashed, Cage the Elephant had us under their spell with an explosive performance at Alexandra Palace. Over 10 years since their platinum-certified self-titled debut album, indie rock sextet Cage The Elephant returned to London to close their UK tour before heading off to

MOBS 2020

Band Of The Week // MOBS

Hitting all the nostalgic feels in their newest album Cinema Paradiso, Melbourne quartet MOBS show off their creative flair and love for all things 80s. Melbourne quartet MOBS are here to whisk you off your feet back into ages past, and more specifically the bygone

MOBS Cinema Paradiso 2020

Album Review // MOBS ‘Cinema Paradiso’

With their 11-track debut album, Cinema Paradiso, MOBS have encapsulated everything that the 80s were – colourful, energetic, and unapologetically fun. Listening to Cinema Paradiso evokes nostalgia for a time when their core audience was not even alive, yet somehow still resonates with cheerful lyrics and

Palaye Royale - O2 SBE London - GIG GOER 2020

Live: PALAYE ROYALE // O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

Full of bite and power, Palaye Royale stormed into O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire with a rock-blasting performance. Sporting their signature rock ‘n’ roll glam and snazzy attire, Palaye Royale have become masters of theatrics. Accompanied by the Soldiers of the Royal Council (their dedicated fan

The Murder Capital - Electric Ballroom London - GIG GOER 2020

Live: THE MURDER CAPITAL // Electric Ballroom, London

Punk will never die when there are bands like The Murder Capital keeping it alive and breathing. Those in attendance at the Electric Ballroom on Friday night were in for a rollercoaster of emotions from the Dublin five-piece, The Murder Capital. Dressed in crisp, albeit