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The Stone Roses LIVE @ Finsbury Park

I must start by apologising to any Gigslutz readers who were expecting a quick review of The Stone Roses Finsbury Park gigs this weekend just gone. The reasons for the delay can solely be attributed to a mammoth Roses comedown….

Jagwar Ma “Howlin” – Album Review

As a proud Englishman, I have to say I am confused. Australian dance-rock outfit Jagwar Ma have delivered one of the best debut albums of 2013 and it has tripped some synapses, crossed wires in my brain and left me…

THE VIEW – Live @ The Borderline, W1

‘The View, The View, The View are on fire!’ shout hoards of fans as the Scottish indie-rockers take to the stage. And they are right – The View are hot tonight at The Borderline, putting on a roaring, energy-fuelled show….

Findlay / Miles Kane: LIVE @ Dingwalls, Camden

Within the confines of Dingwalls, Camden Town, the Motown and Northern Soul classics beneath the dimmed red lighting set the scene perfectly for what is to come and the shady intimate venue is ideal for two artists that do not…

Liz Lawrence LIVE @ The Windmill, Brixton

It’s Sunday night and I’m venturing to The Windmill in Brixton, a well known backstreet gig venue which is closely guarded by its rooftop patrolling dogs.  Don’t let this put you off, The Windmill is a great place.  It welcomes…

Jam Luckhurst interview with: CATTLE & CANE

Cattle & Cane are continuously moving onwards and upwards. From playing T In The Park, their single being nominated ‘single of the week’ by News Of The World and now with their debut album on the way, they are on…

Jam Luckhurst Interview With: JC VILLAFAN

Winner of the LA Music Critic Awards for Best EP of 2012 and then moving on to touring all over Europe including France, Belgium, Norway and Sweden, JC Villafan has become a huge success in the music world. With fan…

Latitude 2013 – Preview

A festival to top all festivals, Latitude is returning for the eighth year to satiate the cultural hungerings of the 35,000 lucky guests. The eclecticism of the fantastical event is its greatest attraction, offering a banquet of the finest artists…

Beady Eye – “BE” Album Review

The language of press releases is often unforgiving, sometimes deliberately obfuscating and always littered with well-worn phrases that never really signify anything of the sound you will hear when the music plays out of your speakers. If a record is…

Sweet Baboo – Live @ St Pancras Old Church

Tonight the St Pancras Old Church is handing out wine but this isn’t holy wine, it’s boxed and we’re here to see Sweet Baboo.  The crowd is a wonderful mixture of father and son duos, ageing music nerds and mid-30s…