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Live: THE KOOKS // Festival Hall, Melbourne

2018, a fresh new year full of ambitions and resolutions were all forgotten at Melbourne’s Festival Hall with The Kooks.  Australia’s own, The Belligerents opened the night and didn’t waste anytime pumping up the crowd with their cracking tunes aka In My Way and Science

Live: THE CRIBS // ULU, London

Returning to London for three nights of ‘Cribsmas’ The Cribs descended onto the ULU for an intimate series of shows. Warming up for their massive tour next year, celebrating their critically acclaimed third album Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever which will see the band play one

Live: DEMOB HAPPY // ULU, London

With their sophomore album set to hit the shelves next March, Demob Happy took to the road alongside The Cribs as they headed across the UK for the Leeds natives latest tour. Finishing off a difficult 18 months which almost saw the band splinter, Demob

Live: LANY // O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

The LA-based trio LANY end 2017 with a triumphant show in London. After a busy festival season and a whirlwind journey across the globe, LANY have made their way back to London. It’s been a few months since their self-titled album was released and they

Live: ROAM // The Dome, London

English pop-punk rockers embark on UK tour in support of their second record, Great Heights & Nosedives. After storming through Europe it was time for ROAM to spread their blasting madness across the UK. With their sophomore effort, Great Heights & Nosedives, released a few months

Live: I THE MIGHTY // The Garage, London

San Francisco’s outfit I The Mighty join Bayside on UK tour. With their new album Where The Mind Wants To Go / Where You Let It Go, released in October,  I The Mighty made a triumphant return to the UK. Blending progressive nature with melodic tone, they

Live: BENJAMIN CLEMENTINE // O2 Academy Brixton, London

Is it really possible to expect anything normal at a Benjamin Clementine show? The answer is always assured once sat live, facing the wonderfully strange man on stage. Benjamin Clementine is surrounded by dark ambient red and orange lighting decorated with various human mannequins, while