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Live // NICK MULVEY, O2 SBE, London

Nick Mulvey embarks on UK headline tour in support of his sophomore album, Wake Up Now. The humble Shepherds Bush Empire; no mean feat for a two-time Mercury nominee, right? The modest smile plastered to Nick Mulvey’s face this evening says otherwise. You can tell from the way he carries himself that

HACKNEY WONDERLAND 2017

Spreading its marvels across three of Hackney’s most eminent venues, Hackney Wonderland makes a brave attempt to follow up their previous glories. Following up last year’s extravaganza you can’t help but notice the downscale of the event that previously stretched over two days and more

Live // CABBAGE, Norwich Arts Centre

Manchester based Cabbage took a trip down south to play at Norwich Arts Centre on Tuesday for one of the last legs of their ‘Healing Brexit Towns Experiment’ tour. Queen Zee and the Sasstones kicked off the night with their own brand of aggressive, fuzzy

Live // HIPPO CAMPUS, KOKO, London

The Minneapolis outfit Hippo Campus make a triumphant return to the UK. The clock shows 6 pm which means it’s at least three hours until the band’s set time, yet the queue to the venue goes way beyond and down the street. Hippo Campus‘ have

Live // THE AMAZONS, The Forum, London

The Amazons have come a long way over the past year, with extensive touring and the release of their self-titled debut album. Taking to stage at O2 Forum in Kentish Town, The Reading rockers waste not time as they unleash their power with Ultraviolet. The

Live // STANAJ, KOKO, London

Soulful pop singer and pianist Albert Stanaj joins Jessie J on her UK & EU tour. Well, that’s hell of a job to be opening for Jessie J. Last week I headed to Camden’s KOKO to check out a young New York-based musician, Stanaj. Highly

Live // THE DRUMS, O2 SBE, London

Jonny Pierce takes his fourth studio album Abysmal Thoughts on the road across the UK. It’s been three years since their last album, Encyclopedia, and seven since their self-titled debut. Now taking the band to next stage as more of a solo project, Pierce evokes the sense of

Live // NEW FOUND GLORY, The Forum, London

Pop punk heavyweights, New Found Glory embark on 20th anniversary UK tour. 20 Years of Pop Punk. Damn, that’s a long time. It is a Friday night as the hordes of pop punk lovers flood Kentish Town heading to the O2 Forum. The weekend is

Live // LOYLE CARNER, O2 Academy Brixton, London

South London rapper throws his biggest birthday party at O2 Brixton. Before Loyle Carner has even walked out onto stage at the O2 Academy Brixton, the crowd break into a chorus of ‘Happy Birthday’. Tonight, the rapper celebrates his 23rd birthday with a sold-out show at

Live // SUPERFOOD, The Garage, London

In the light of their recent sophomore, Bambino, Superfood have finally gotten the attention they deserve. As they headline The Garage it’s a true statement to their growth as a live band since returning earlier this year. As the band enters the stage to the