Reviews

Snoopzilla ‘7 Days Of Funk’ ALBUM REVIEW

Only a few people in the music industry are as chamaleontic as Calvin Broadus is. He’s gained fame with his rap as Snoop Dogg, he then became Snoop Lion when he decided to join Rastafarianism and devote himself to reggae….

Deltron 3030 LIVE @ Scala 12.12.2013

13 years’s ago Deltron 3030, a hip hop supergroup  consisting of rapper Del the Funky Homosapien, producer Dan the Automator, and turntablist Kid Koala, released their self-tilted concept album and one of the best hip hop album of the 2000’s….

Peace LIVE @ Birmingham 02 Academy 13.12.13

There’s something special about seeing Peace live but there’s something even more special about seeing Peace live in Birmingham. With a near sell-out crowd, Peace came home to the O2 Academy in Birmingham for the last date of their UK…

Two Door Cinema Club LIVE @ London 02 13.12.13

On Friday 13th December 2012, Two Door Cinema Club played their biggest show to date. I felt like a proud mother to watch them evolve from touring with the NME Awards around local venues, to the breath taking 20,000 capacity…

Tracks Of The Week 13.12.13

Aussie singer-songwriter, Courtney Barnett, delivers infectious garage-rock with an edge. Although I’ve only recently discovered her, 2013 saw the release of Barnett’s second EP, and most recent single ‘History Eraser’ has received much international critical acclaim. She also has her…

Arthur Beatrice LIVE @ Cargo – 11th December 2013

There’s a lot to be said for a band that purposely evades the hype they attracted from their critically acclaimed debut single ‘Midland’. Choosing creative perfection over press adoration, Arthur Beatrice retreated to their studio to further hone their production…

Mode Moderne ‘Occult Delight’ ALBUM REVIEW

The great indie-gothic revival has never really taken off, despite Joy Division’s continued influence underlying on the output of many bands (and even more Topman T-shirts). While the heavy baritone/bass mix could be heard on debuts – White Lies as…

Primal Scream LIVE @ Brixton Academy 11.12.13

On a bitterly cold Wednesday evening, Brixton Academy was the venue for Primal Scream to strut their stuff. They’re a band older than myself and could probably be forgiven for resting on the laurels somewhat. Based on the strength of…